Posts Tagged ‘Carcer City’

NEWS: Carcer City, SHVPES and more join Deadbolt Festival 2015 line-up!

A further handful of acts have just been confirmed to join the second ever Deadbolt Festival, which will kick off this August. The latest additions to the bill, which includes Carcer City, SHVPES and Create To Inspire, are all listed below alongside an updated festival poster:

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NEWS: Hacktivist, Monuments, Rolo Tomassi & more join UK Tech-Fest 2015!

A further 20 bands have just been confirmed to join this year’s UK Tech-Fest line-up, with the latest names to the bill including Hacktivist, Monuments, Rolo Tomassi, Nexilva, Carcer City, and a handful of others. You can find all of the latest additions listed below:

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NEWS: Don Broco, Hacktivist, The Qemists and more confirmed for Butserfest 2015!

Don Broco have been announced as headliners for alcohol-free festival Butserfest, which will take place this September. The Bedford rockers will be joined by Hacktivist, The One Hundred, Zoax and loads more for the one day Hampshire festival. Check out the first wave of bands and ticket info on the poster below:

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NEWS: Shields and Carcer City announce April/May UK tour!

UK metal hopefuls Shields and Carcer City have confirmed the dates of a 10 date jaunt on these shore this May/June. Check out where they will be playing below:

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LIVE: Fury Fest @ East Village Arts Club, Liverpool (10/05/2014)

Date: May 10th, 2014
Venue: East Village Arts Club, Liverpool
Website: None available


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After a reasonably successful debut last year, Liverpool’s Fury Fest has returned for its second year running, this time bringing a far more hefty line-up spread across two stages at its new home, the East Village Arts Club. With this year’s headliners consisting of transatlantic punk rockers I Am The Avalanche on one stage and British hopefuls Malevolence on the other, perhaps this is just the beginning of a future staple event on the rock festival circuit.

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NEWS: Nexilva and Carcer City announce September UK tour!

Techincal death metal newbies Nexilva and Liverpudlian metallers Carcer City have released the dates for a September UK tour, which you can check out below:

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INTERVIEW: WoLF (Patrick Pinion of Carcer City) (31/03/2014)

Liverpool, a place best known for scousers, The Beatles and Superlambananas. However, those who are keen on an appetite for heavy music may well be aware of the city’s rising metalcore monsters, Carcer City, who nowadays are often spoke of on the same level as some of their genre contemporaries Bury Tomorrow, Heart Of A Coward and Bleed From Within, to name but a few.

One of the genre’s biggest contenders, Bring Me The Horizon, regularly reimagine their work with a remix facelift, delivering the goods to an audience who want to get some electonica, ambience, chill out and, in some cases, dubstep injections into their ears.

With this idea in mind, WoLF is the new side-project of Patrick (or Paddy) Pinion, who has spoke with us exclusively about the unveiling of this project. We spoke with the man himself about what we can expect from WoLF, influences behind the project, how it came to be, and also what’s in the pipeline for his main musical outlet, Carcer City:

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VIDEO: Carcer City – Perceptions (ft. Aaron Matts of Betraying The Martyrs) (Lyric)

Metal newcomers Carcer City have released the lyric video for their new single ‘Perceptions’, which featuring Betraying The Martyrs frontman Aaron Matts. Give it a watch below:

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NEWS: UK Tech-Fest confirms first wave of acts for 2014, including The Ocean, Glass Cloud and The Eyes Of A Traitor!

The UK’s premier technical metal festival Tech-Fest has confirmed a host of acts in it’s first announcement for 2014. The festival will take place July 10th-14th at Newark Showground and you can check out all the band’s confirmed below:

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NEWS: UK Tech-Fest 2014 confirm three all-dayers in Manchester, Bristol and London!

UK Tech-Fest, Europe’s first ever progressive and technical metal outdoor festival, is set to return again this year. Ahead of the festival weekend, the organisers have confirmed three all-dayers across the UK, hitting Manchester, Bristol and London. You can find more details for each all-dayer below, including line-ups and dates:

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