Following their support slot on the Enter Shikari arena tour in November last year, Astroid Boys headed out onto their headline tour with multiple sold-out shows and their penultimate date at Nottingham’s Rescue Rooms certainly didn’t disappoint. Advertisements
Scottish rock band The Fratellis, known for their Top 10 success with songs like ‘Chelsea Dagger’ (and its memorable melody), have finally released their fifth album titled In Your Own Sweet Time.
On March 9, New Politics brought their Lost In Translation Tour to Ace of Spades in Sacramento, California.
Coming right off a headline slot on the Key Club Stage back in May 2017 at Slam Dunk Festival, Tonight Alive announced they were off to set off onto the next album for the rest of the year.
Where can I start with the Finnish death/sludge metallers Black Royal? Well, how about, “fucking awesome”?
Spector seemed to all but disappear in recent years, singer Fred Macpherson would pop up in various places and his tweets remained amusing but Spector had seemingly been pushed to the background. That was they released ‘Untitled In D’ in December of last year and revealed it was the first single off upcoming EP Ex-Directory.
On March 3 I went to see Movements for the first time.
Bahamas played the Teragram Ballroom in Los Angeles with support from The Weather Station.
Horizon Ablaze released their new album The Weight of a Thousand Suns last week through Leviathan, leaving behind for the most part the dark, graven, blackened death metal box they were put in with the previous album Dodsverk, and ventured out into the progressive black metal wilderness stretching into the fiery horizon, following bands of the ilk of fellow Norwegians, Enslaved […]
Psychedelic indie heroes MGMT have come back with a bang. After their first album, the band released two poorly received LPs but it’s definitely safe to say that fun-filled Little Dark Age has won their fans back over.
Walk The Moon played the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles with support from Company of Thieves.
Saint Motel played The Wiltern in Los Angeles with support from KOLARS.
While British music fans often lament over the fact that the U.S. seems to get the best tours, you have to admit that our beloved Slam Dunk Festival makes up for it tenfold.
I made my way to North London having not been to The Dome before, however, as soon as I left Tufnell Park Station knew I was in the right place, with artwork and band names you couldn’t read nor pronounce on t-shirts as well as proudly displayed inverted crucifixes.
K.Flay brought her new tour to Los Angeles, with support from Sir Sly.
They did it! Melbourne psych-rockers King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard really wrote, recorded and released five (amazing) albums in one year!