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NEWS: The Gaslight Anthem to reunite for 10th Anniversary of ‘The ’59 Sound’!

It’s looking like a reunion could be on the horizon for punk legends The Gaslight Anthem. Having been on indefinite hiatus since 2015, the band have now announced that they will be playing some shows to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their second album, ‘The ’59 Sound’.

The band will be playing New York’s Governors Ball Festival in June, alongside other big names including The Menzingers and Slaves, where they will be performing ‘The ’59 Sound in full. News came on the band’s Facebook page:

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NEWS: The Distillers tease their return for 2018!

Back in 2006, Los Angeles based punk rock outfit The Distillers announced that they were heading on an indefinite hiatus when both frontwoman Brody Dalle and lead guitarist Tony “Bradley” Bevilacqua, who at the time were the only two remaining members of the band went on to form and focus on their other project Spinnerette instead.

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NEWS: Issues part ways with vocalist, Michael Bohn!

Following several weeks of speculation surrounding vocalist Michael Bohn‘s position in the band, along with both Bohn and the remaining members avoiding directly asking the question when approached by fans online, Atlanta based R&Bcore outfit Issues have now confirmed that they have parted ways with the frontman.

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NEWS: Black Peaks confirmed to headline Macmillan Fest 2018!

Annual charity festival Macmillan Fest have just announced their first headliner in the form of prog rock/metal four piece, Black Peaks. With the Brighton boys reportedly having finished working on their sophomore album, the follow-up to 2016’s critically acclaimed ‘Statues’, you can bet that their set will definitely be composed of plenty of brand new tracks that we’re yet to feast our ears upon.

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VIDEO: TRC – Moaner

After a few years of downtime, it seems that London based hardcore lot TRC (which, if you didn’t know, stands for The Revolution Continues) are making a comeback for themselves, and have began their return by releasing a brand new song, titled ‘Moaner’.

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NEWS: All Time Low to perform ‘So Wrong, It’s Right’ on March 2018 UK tour!

Maryland based pop-punk/pop-rock favourites All Time Low have just announced that they’re going to be making their forthcoming headline UK tour extra special, where they’ll be performing their breakthrough 2007 full-length record ‘So Wrong, It’s Right’ in its entirety on each date.

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NEW ALBUMS OUT IN 2018!

Whether a band are releasing their first album or their tenth, 2018 will be packed full of major record drops that will form the backbone of the musical calendar. New talent and big comebacks will shape the alternative music scene this year, so we’ve picked out some of the albums that we can expect to see over the next 12 months.

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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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NEWS: 5 Seconds Of Summer confirm third album will drop in 2018!

Despite a lot of rumours and expectations of their third album to drop before the end of 2017, Australian pop-rock poster boys 5 Seconds Of Summer have now confirmed that their eagerly awaited follow-up to 2015’s ‘Sounds Good, Feels Good’ will definitely see a release in 2018.

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NEWS: Zoax decide to call it a day!

Despite all of the festive cheers and celebrations, British alternative rock favourites Zoax have regrettably announced that, following almost a full year of nearly complete silence and no live performances, they have decided to part ways and call it a day.

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