The Faim vs the afterLIVE Grab Bag

Australia’s The Faim might be the new kids on the block but they’re already turning more than a few notable heads. We caught up with them in Brighton ahead of their support slot with Lower Than Atlantis for a showdown with the Grab Bag…   The FAIM ARE BACK IN THE UK THIS SUMMER. GET TICKETS HERE.  

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Cove – Cellar, Oxford – LIVE REVIEW

Two years of obstinate hard work finally amounted to the release of Cove’s Sophomore record, A Conscious Motion, earlier this year. Armed with their new release the Kent hardcore-outfit embarked on their very first UK headline tour to show everyone just what they’re made of. First up at Oxford’s The Cellar, Manchester’s Parting Gift – who might just be the world’s most aesthetically loyal band. From skulking on to tonight’s stage with their backs to the audience, to a vocalist[…]

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Cove – Cellar, Oxford – GALLERY

Two years of obstinate hard work finally amounted to the release of Cove’s Sophomore record, A Conscious Motion, earlier this year. Armed with their new release the Kent hardcore-outfit embarked on their very first UK headline tour to show everyone just what they’re made of. See our full review here!

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Of Mice & Men – O2 Academy, Bristol – LIVE REVIEW

For years Of Mice & Men have fought a tough battle just to write and play music. Now armed with a new album and the future theirs for their taking, they took off on a UK tour stopping at Bristol’s O2 Academy. Many will tell you that the New York Hardcore scene was a phenomenon exclusive to the 1980s and 90s. They’re wrong. Born out of Queens, New York, Sylar are carrying the torch for rap based metal and are[…]

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Mallory Knox – The Haunt, Brighton – LIVE REVIEW

Mallory Knox seemed to have a remarkable 2017. From releasing their latest album, Wired, in the Spring to headlining 2000 Trees Festival in the Summer, the Cambridge alt-rockers were making their mark on the British music scene. In February 2018 vocalist Mikey Chapman left the band. The news came as a shock to Mallory Knox’s fans but the band reassured them that they weren’t splitting up and that bassist Sam Douglas would step forward as front man. To calm any[…]

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Mallory Knox – The Haunt, Brighton – GALLERY

Mallory Knox seemed to have a remarkable 2017. From releasing their latest album, Wired, in the Spring to headlining 2000 Trees Festival in the Summer, the Cambridge alt-rockers were making their mark on the British music scene. In February 2018 vocalist Mikey Chapman left the band. The news came as a shock to Mallory Knox’s fans but the band reassured them that they weren’t splitting up and that bassist Sam Douglas would step forward as front man. See our full[…]

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