Hard rockers Last Known Addiction are here with their new album “One Left Standing”. With more than a hint of blues and plenty of attitude to boot, the quartet are certainly making sure they’re noticed!
‘Deep Fried Love’ and its B-Side ‘Drink Ya Self Out Of It’ is the new single from mature punk rockers Limozine.
Welsh metal band Triaxis have had a monster couple of years, with appearances at Bloodstock Open Air and Hammerfest; we caught up with the guys for a quick chat after their Hammerfest set...
Finally it’s here! “Din’t Hear No Bell” is the debut album from Gloucestershire’s top metal band, Hellbound.
Old school metal at its very best, the Pantera influences are unmistakeable – the big, gritty vocals (particularly impressive on ‘The Element’) and galloping rhythms are there, but far from being yet another regurgitation of a classic sound, Hellbound is an evolution - a brand new beast, if you will.
“Smile If You Wanna Get High” is the new single from Tom Moriarty’s debut album, “Fire In The Doll’s House”. Featuring 2 entirely contrasting tracks, ‘Smile If You Wanna Get High’ and ‘Every Trick In The Book’, this is the perfect soundtrack for those lazy summer days that lie ahead of us.
“Exit” is the new EP from Bad Sign. Influenced by the likes of Biffy Clyro and Led Zeppelin, the band’s music crosses many musical borders: there are unmistakeable grungy hard rock vibes, a dash of indie and a hint of blues, yet it maintains that commercial edge that will appeal to a mass audience.
Cardiff was buzzing with the arrival of New York post hardcore band Glassjaw. If you know anything about this band, you will know catching them live is a rare and special occasion.
German post-rockers Long Distance Calling are back with their third full-length album, “Long Distance Calling”, which was released in the UK on 14th March 2011.
To celebrate the release of “True Confessions: Singles = A’s + B’s”, The Undertones have released an instructional video teaching your average music fan “how to pogo” alongside their classic single “Teenage Kicks”
Welsh rockers The RKives’ EP “Visions of a Paralyzed Network” provides the perfect introduction to the guys’ urban sound. With raw instrumental sections, infectious choruses and the astonishing ability of the vocalist to switch suddenly and savagely between rapping, singing and screaming, the band convincingly relay the aggression and attitude that lies behind their lyrics.