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LIVE: Marmozets @ ULU Student Central, London (07/02/2018)

Date: February 7th 2018
Venue: ULU Student Central, London
Support: Queen Zee
Website: www.marmozets.co.uk
Facebook: www.facebook.com/marmozets
Twitter: www.twitter.com/marmozets

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Headlining the ULU Student Central tonight are alt rock five piece, Marmozets. Remember Marmozets? They stormed the UK rock scene back in 2014 with an absolute stonker of a debut, became regulars on the UK festival circuit, racked up favourable press from just about every media outlet, and then… sort of disappeared.

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LIVE: Fathoms @ 229 The Venue, London (06/02/2018)

Date: February 6th 2018
Venue: 229 The Venue, London
Support: Reclaimer / MSRY / Lifetight
Website: www.fathoms.uk
Facebook: www.facebook.com/fathomsuk
Twitter: www.twitter.com/fathomsuk

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229 The Venue is quite an odd little venue. Tucked round the side of Great Portland Street station, it plays host to both a music venue and a theatre, and it’s located underneath the International Student House. It’s got a quirky charm about it, but it’s not really the type of venue you’d imagine a four strong line-up of hardcore bands playing. But you’d be wrong, as this is where Brighton bruisers Fathoms will be playing their final London show tonight, on the opening night of their farewell tour.

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LIVE: Jamie Lenman @ Academy 3, Manchester (03/02/2018)

Date: February 3rd 2018
Venue: Academy 3, Manchester
Support: Loa Loa / Gender Roles
Website: www.jamielenman.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/jamielenman
Twitter: www.twitter.com/jamielenman

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With uncertainty as to whether or not 2013’s bi-polar double album ‘Muscle Memory’ would be a one-off solo venture from Jamie Lenman, his fully-fledged return in last year’s full-length offering ‘Devolver’ saw him bust down the door back into the music industry, bolstered with a new found confidence, and dressed head-to-toe in a sheen white.

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LIVE: Möngöl Hörde @ Scala, London (28/01/2018)

Date: January 28th 2018
Venue: Scala, London
Support: Remote Viewing / Good Tiger
Website: www.mongolhorde.co.uk
Facebook: www.facebook.com/mongolhordemusic
Twitter: www.twitter.com/mongol_horde

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It’s a Sunday night, which for many Londoners means preparing to go back to work, a quiet evening in front of the TV, and an early night. Not so, however, for the many revellers lining up alongside Scala in Kings Cross for the long awaited return of hardcore band, Möngöl Hörde.

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LIVE: Motionless In White @ O2 Ritz, Manchester (27/01/2018)

Date: January 27th 2018
Venue: O2 Ritz, Manchester
Support: Ice Nine Kills / Cane Hill
Website: www.motionlessinwhite.net
Facebook: www.facebook.com/motionlessinwhite
Twitter: www.twitter.com/miwband

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It’s been two years since their last headline tour across the UK, and since then they’ve released their first major label record in ‘Graveyard Shift’ through the band’s dream label, Roadrunner Records. So, it goes without saying that the anticipation from the fans to finally see Scranton’s own Motionless In White back on UK shores is pretty high.

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LIVE: 36 Crazyfists @ Academy 3, Manchester (19/01/2018)

Date: January 19th 2018
Venue: Academy 3, Manchester
Support: Death Blooms / ’68 / All Hail The Yeti
Website: None available
Facebook: www.facebook.com/36crazyfists
Twitter: www.twitter.com/36cf

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Bursting through to the forefront in the early 00s with their first two records, ‘Bitterness The Star’ and ‘A Snow Capped Romance’, Alaska’s 36 Crazyfists narrowly missed being cooped into the nu-metal boom that was happening at the time, instead pushing forth with other metalcore contemporaries that were bursting through, such as Atreyu, Killswitch Engage, and Avenged Sevenfold.

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LIVE: Seaway @ Stereo, Glasgow (13/01/2018)

Date: January 13th 2018
Venue: Stereo, Glasgow
Support: Woes / Lizzy Farrall / Remind Me Of Home
Website: www.seawayband.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/seawayband
Twitter:www.twitter.com/seawayband

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Last year saw Canadian pop-punk favourites Seaway release their feel good summer LP ‘Vacation’, and most of their calendar since then has been filled with tour dates dotted all over the world. So, to start the New Year in the right way, the band have made their way across the Atlantic to embark on a headline tour across the UK, and we made a stop on the Glasgow date of the run.

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LIVE: Canvas @ Satan’s Hollow, Manchester (13/01/2018)

Date: January 13th 2018
Venue: Satan’s Hollow, Manchester
Support: Amongst Thieves / Citadels / Skywalker
Website: None available
Facebook: www.facebook.com/wearecanvasuk
Twitter: www.twitter.com/wearecanvasuk

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It’s just a couple of weeks into 2018, and already the tours are starting to come in thick and fast. Sadly, one of which comes with a bit of a pothole, as Essex’s Create To Inspire are forced to drop out of their co-headline UK tour alongside Canvas due to a family emergency. Still, the show much go on as they say, and Canvas are happy to lead the remainder of the dates as the sole headline act.

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LIVE: HIM @ Academy, Manchester (16/12/2017)

Date: December 16th 2017
Venue: Academy, Manchester
Support: Biters
Website: www.heartagram.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/theheartagram
Twitter: www.twitter.com/theheartagram

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Maintaining a band for over two decades is no mean feat, and it’s true that no matter how great (or even terrible) something may be, all things eventually come to an end. When Helsinki gothic rockers HIM announced back in March that 2017 would see them touring the world one final time before putting the band to an end, fans all over began to mourn, and dates began selling out thick and fast for them to say their goodbyes.

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LIVE: Normandie @ Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff (06/12/2017)

Date: December 6th 2017
Venue: Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
Support: William Ryan Key / Grumble Bee
Website: www.normandieofficial.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/normandieofficial
Twitter: www.twitter.com/wearenormandie

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It’s very rare that a supporting act is causing more excitement than a headliner, but that’s exactly what we have tonight. Despite Normandie‘s ever growing stature, there’s no doubt that tonight’s excitement all centres around the performance of William Ryan Key. This is the first time the ex-Yellowcard frontman is playing shows on this shore, and no-one knows what to expect.

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