INTERVIEW: Lifetight (06/02/2018)

Hardcore can be a bit abrasive and hostile by nature, can’t it? Well, that’s not quite the case for Crooked Noise Records‘ up-and-comers (and one of our bands tipped to watch for throughout 2018), Lifetight.

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INTERVIEW: Dead! (30/01/2018)

It really does seem like Dead! have been touring the circuit forever now, but, believe it or not, the London four-piece have only just released their first full-length record. ‘The Golden Age Of Not Even Trying’ is full of hip shaking rock ‘n’ roll style pop rock tunes, and is sure to cause a stir around with a mainstream audience. No doubt you’ve seen Dead! around the place, but it’s time to see if they can really make it with their debut album.

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INTERVIEW: Jamie Lenman (03/02/2018)

Though not short of his established talent and gusto, with his previous and debut solo album ‘Muscle Memory’ back in 2013, British singer/songwriter and former Reuben frontman Jamie Lenman seemed to be somewhat testing the waters no only of his capabilities, but also in finding out how much of and how passionate of a fanbase for his musical output still remained after sitting it out for just over half a decade.

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INTERVIEW: Ice Nine Kills (27/01/2018)

It goes without saying that tales of horror, gore, and macabre go hand-in-hand with the heavy music community, and Boston’s Ice Nine Kills certainly have a flair and knack for it. They mainly draw inspiration and interpretations of popular films and novels, with the likes of Dracula and Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde all making impressions on their material.

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INTERVIEW: 36 Crazyfists (19/01/2018)

Maintaining something solidly for over two decades is no walk in the park, especially running and surviving as a band full-time. Alaska’s 36 Crazyfists have had their fare share of ups and downs throughout their thus far 23 year long career, but they’re still showing all of the newcomers how it’s done.

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INTERVIEW: Asking Alexandria (20/12/2017)

Metalcore titans Asking Alexandria haven’t been short of excitement over the last few years with the departure of singer Danny Worsnop, the arrival and departure of replacement of Denis Stoff, and then the drama that followed not long after which saw Stoff leave and Worsnop return into the frame. Asking Alexandria are back to where they were three years ago, and all traces of ‘The Black’ have been removed. The York band are back with their self-titled record that aims to catch up on lost time.

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INTERVIEW: I The Mighty (06/12/2017)

It’s been a damn good year for California’s I The Mighty. Alongside releasing their fourth full-length studio album, ‘Where The Mind Wants To Go / Where You Let It Go’, they’ve been spending a fair bit of time in the UK as well, with their first appearance at Download Festival, and a sold out show at London’s Barfly now under their belt.

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INTERVIEW: Sinsaenum (14/11/2017)

With a huge list of names from the world of heavy metal, Sinsaenum have quite the reputation to uphold with their EP ‘Ashes’ that features band creator and Dragonforce bassist Frédéric Leclercq, ex-Slipknot drummer Joey Jordison plus past and present members of Chimaira and Mayhem. The extreme metal project is angrier and darker than ever before and a chance to see some renowned and critically acclaimed musicians working together on the atmospheric yet ferocious band.

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INTERVIEW: Polaris (23/11/2017)

Having released their debut album ‘The Mortal Coil’ and also performed across the full length of this year’s Impericon Never Say Die! Tour this month, Syndey based metalcore outfit Polaris have been incredibly busy lately to say the very least.

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INTERVIEW: Emmure (06/11/2017)

You’d be hard pressed to name bands who’ve faced an almost complete exile of members and leaving just one member to rebuild and continue on successfully, but one that you can reel off is Emmure. Back at the end of 2015, vocalist Frankie Palmeri saw all of his now former bandmates step down, leaving him to pick up the pieces.

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