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You Me At Six, Doncaster Dome

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All killer and no filler, You Me at Six and Tonight Alive took the roof off the Dome tonight, in a show that was truly memorable. Tonight it was the turn of the Doncaster Dome to host the You Me at Six “Night People” tour. In a pop-punk spectacular we witnessed a combination of bands that made for an almost perfect night. Opening the show tonight were South West 3…

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Creeper, Birmingham O2 Institute

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With debut album ‘Eternity, in Your Arms’ gracing store shelves just days before tour started, Creeper worked their way around the UK to show that they are as powerful as ever. Working with ‘That’s Not Metal’ podcast to create a line-up full of exciting bands, Creeper bought Puppy, Energy, and Milk Teeth along for the ride. First up were heavy-metal 3-piece Puppy, and although a slower start to the evening,…

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Creeper Release ‘Misery’ Video

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After the release of their debut album ‘Eternity, In Your Arms’, Creeper unveil the video for ‘Misery’; the third and final music video to complete the trilogy. It’s no secret that the Southampton punks have been blowing up a storm lately, with the release of their debut album Eternity, In Your Arms that hit the shelves on the 24th March. But just days after the roaring reviews have come in,…

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New Music: Idles ‘Mother’

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IDLES met as a quintet at the death of the indie scene in Bristol and began making visceral and sometimes unlistenable post-punk to a growing crowd. They began with their own club night Batcave and practicing religiously until they felt they had found their sound and their live show; with that in check they have now completed their first album and are savaged in hunger to play their music. They…

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Hardcore Punk Band ‘FUCKED UP’ Drop Eighth Installment

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Long-running Canadian hardcore punk unit FUCKED UP will drop the eighth installment of their “Zodiac Series” with Year Of The Snake next month via Tankcrimes. Fusing all the prime tenets of rock, punk, metal, and psychedia into a comprehensive and imposing opus of unyielding enormity, FUCKED UP is sonically and conceptually devouring in ways few bands can emulate. Following the releases of 2006’s Year Of The Dog, 2008’s Year Of…

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Cabbage, The Blind Tiger, Bolton

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Cabbage are on a roll it would seem and though my culinary expectations for such a bland dish would be fairly low my anticipation at finally getting to catch up with the afore named five piece Manchester band at The Blind Tiger in Bolton is quite the opposite . Currently riding on a wave of press and fan adoration I only have their photos and videos to base my anticipation…

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Action Time Vision: A Story of UK Independent Punk 76 – 79

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Autumn 2016 marks for the fortieth anniversary of the British musical revolution that was Punk Rock, fanfared by the release of ‘Anarchy In The UK’ by the Sex Pistols and ‘New Rose’ by The Damned. Marking this monumental birthday, ACTION TIME VISION is the first-ever box set to document the independent punk scene, which was born with Punk and thrived outside of the major label framework. • With 111 tracks,…

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NEW MUSIC: Blink 182 – California

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BLINK-182, the punk pop favourites of a generation, are back with their highly anticipated seventh studio album, CALIFORNIA, set for release on 1 July 2016 on BMG. The band have premiered their brand new single, BORED TO DEATH, and revealed details of their massive North American summer tour. The tour kicks off in July in San Diego and runs through until early October, taking the band to almost 50 cities…

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JFK Jr. – Lygten Station, Copenhagen, Apr.16

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Surprising road-worthy hard Rock’n’Roll from a humble band JFK Jr. is a quartet from Copenhagen, and if you like Pixies, Foo Fighters and similar bands, you’re gonna like these guys. Soundwise we’re in early Foo Fighters territory. The first band of the night, JFK Jr., got the fire going in this small Copenhagen venue. Audience turnup was sparse, unfortunately, as this was still early in the night, but seemingly unaffected by…

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