Lock & Key - Peaceless [REVIEW]

Lock & Key – Peaceless [REVIEW]

Bringing the strong modern hardcore flavours to a new level are Lock & Key with their new album ‘Peaceless’ adding more depth as well as destruction to the UK. After their release of their EP ‘The Divide’, people were waiting to hear what will come from these guys in the future, but no longer do […]

REVIVAL RUN DOWN: Lock & Key + Griever @ Lennons, Southampton 11/03/2016

REVIVAL RUN DOWN: Lock & Key + Griever @ Lennons, Southampton 11/03/2016

A hectic night of heavy hardcore and metalcore will erupt from the fabled Lennons Nightclub and Music venue tomorrow night in support of Birmingham mob LOCK & KEY with support from Bournemouth based GRIEVER. Local acts in the form of NEBRASKA and OLD BOY will be tearing the venue apart with their eloquent metalcore riffs and breakdowns. Opening the show will […]

HECK - Instructions [REVIEW]

HECK – Instructions [REVIEW]

It’s been a pretty mental ride for a band called HECK, in recent months they have seen a huge overhaul in change of branding after their previous alias as Baby Godzilla was forcibly swapped. Under the new guise of HECK the band have debuted with Instructions, taking on the same hellish direction as its predecessor. […]

City and Colour @ Brighton Dome, 18.02.16 [REVIEW]

City and Colour @ Brighton Dome, 18.02.16 [REVIEW]

On the first UK date of his European tour in Brighton, City and Colour’s melodic acoustic sound paired with the haunting beauty of Dallas Green’s voice left the audience captivated. The show opened with the track ‘Woman’ from their 2015 album, ‘If I Should Go Before You’ then leading straight into ‘Northern Blues’, Dallas’ voice […]

Thy Art Is Murder - HOLY WAR [Review]

Thy Art Is Murder – HOLY WAR [Review]

  Even before any sniffle of music was released, Thy Art Is Murder were making ructions with Holy War. Controversially, the ‘true’ album artwork (limited to a few vinyl) was of a child with a huge amount of explosives strapped over her body, which in itself was obviously very shocking and extreme. The band later […]

Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! - Get Lost, Find Yourself [Review]

Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! – Get Lost, Find Yourself [Review]

It’s been a while since the French 5-piece Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! released new music. Hailing from the capital city of Paris, these edgy bunch of dudes blend together a sweet mixture of synthy pop punk with a metalcore edge, stylised as ‘Easycore’. After two semi-successful releases, and being deemed not ‘cool’ enough by the […]