Post hardcore newcomers A World Defined have released the video for their new track ‘Brothers’, taken from the upcoming EP ‘In Absence’ out March 24th. Check out the video below:
Metalcore upstarts Miss May I have released a studio update video for their upcoming new full length ‘Rise Of The Lion’, which is set to drop later this year via Rise Records. Check it out below:
The Dear Hunter and Anthony Green’s forthcoming March UK co-headline tour has unfortunately been cancelled due to serious illness in Anthony Greens family. You can read his statement below explaining the situation.
Hardcore unit Feed The Rhino have announced dates for a May 2014 headline tour. The tour will see support from The Howling and Zoax. Check out the dates below.
Anyone who has any knowledge into the post-hardcore/metalcore scene of today will know that Issues and their self-titled debut album has obtained enough hype to easily be one of the most anticipated debut records that we will see all year. Following the critical success of the band’s ‘Black Diamonds’ EP back in 2012 and their ‘Hooligans’ single last year, the band’s unconventional blend of pop and R&B into the genre, along with frontmen Tyler Carter and Michael Bohn‘s former band Woe, Is Me eventually sinking ship, the hope for something spectacular from the Atlanta based outfit only swelled.
There are very few musicians and bands that come to mind when you think of Southampton, other than R&B superstar of yore Craig David. Thanks to the likes of Takedown Festival there’s definitely a desire for it in the Hampshire based city, and with budding up-and-comers Forever Can Wait certainly look to make a name for themselves with their new EP, ‘Beauty & Grace’.
Post hardcore unit A Skylit Drive have unveiled the video for their track ‘Crazy’, taken from the album ‘Rise’ out now via Tragic Hero Records. Check it out below.
Post-hardcore outfit Chiodos have released a stream of their new song ‘Why The Munsters Matter’, taken from the upcoming album ‘Devil’ out April 1st via Razor & Tie. Check out the track below.
Death metal legends Autopsy have released details of their upcoming new record ‘Tourniquets, Hacksaws & Graves’, which is set to drop April 21st via Peaceville Records. Check out the artwork below.
So, Manhattan Coast have emerged from the Welsh Valleys, equipped with a couple of tunes in their clutches and an eye on the mainstream. There’s sugary sweet song writing, fake American accents and a vapid manufactured air enveloping the sound of their latest EP, ‘This One’s For You’. Should be huge then.
After crawling in followers since their first single, ‘Sewn To The Sail & Unknown’, F.O.E.S. (which is short for Fall Of Every Sparrow) have arrived with their debut release, ‘Orphir’; an under-exaggerated take on post-hardcore with a curious underlining of mystery and sentiment. This record reeks of intrigue and a laid back attitude that forms such a nonchalant front that it unfortunately fails to live up to the potential that’s generated within the five tracks.
Essex rockers Villains are currently streaming their forthcoming self-titled debut record ahead of its release next week on the Jägermeister website. You can find the streaming link and album artwork below: