Posts Tagged ‘House Vs. Hurricane’

NEWS: Slam Dunk Festival adds 13 more bands to its 2013 line-up, including Cancer Bats and Bury Tomorrow!

Yet another wave of bands have now been confirmed to be performing at this year’s Slam Dunk Festival. The latest additions to the festival’s bill include Cancer Bats, Bury Tomorrow, Kids In Glass Houses, Tonight Alive and more. All new additions are listed below:

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ALBUM: House Vs. Hurricane – Crooked Teeth

Release Date: August 13th, 2012
Label: We Are Unified
Website: www.housevshurricane.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/housevshurricane
Twitter: www.twitter.com/hvhofficial

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After a shift in personnel and instrumentation, House Vs. Hurricane are back in the game with their sophomore release, ‘Crooked Teeth’. With songs that move from the down-and-dirty to shimmering highs, there’s plenty to sink your teeth into, with the battle between new frontman Dan Casey‘s growl and guitarist Ryan McLerie‘s polished vocals pushing the contrast in styles even further. Yet, it seems that with album number two, HvH may have bitten off more than they can chew.

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VIDEO: House Vs. Hurricane – Get Wasted

Australian heavy hitters House Vs. Hurricane have released a music video for their brand new single, ‘Get Wasted’, taken from their upcoming album. Check it out below:

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LIVE: Flood Of Red @ The Underground, Stoke-on-Trent (13/11/2010)

Date: November 13th, 2010
Venue: The Underground, Stoke-on-Trent
Support: Fallen Inquest, Heights, House Vs. Hurricane
Website: None available
MySpace: www.myspace.com/floodofred

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With a distinctive shift in sound between their EP and full-length, Glasgow’s Flood Of Red have to an extent got a split of fans; those enjoying the screamo post-hardcore work of the early days, and the more recent ambient alternative rock we know them for today. Their Flood Vs. Hurricane tour, alongside Australians House Vs. Hurricane, is their last stint across the UK before 2010 comes to a close.

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NEWS: House Vs. Hurricane to support Flood Of Red’s UK tour!

Australian post-hardcore group House Vs. Hurricane are going to be heading over to the UK very soon to support Flood Of Red through their UK headlining tour. Here’s where to catch them both:

NOVEMBER 04 – NORWICH, The Marquee
NOVEMBER 05 – READING, The Facebar
NOVEMBER 06 – BIRMINGHAM, Eddie’s
NOVEMBER 07 – LONDON, Underworld
NOVEMBER 08 – PORTSMOUTH, Drift In City
NOVEMBER 09 – LEICESTER, Sumo
NOVEMBER 10 – EDINBURGH, GRV
NOVEMBER 11 – ABERDEEN, Tunnells
NOVEMBER 12 – GLASGOW, Cathouse
NOVEMBER 13 – STOKE, The Underground
NOVEMBER 14 – DERBY, The Old Bell
NOVEMBER 15 – EXETER, The Cavern
NOVEMBER 16 – BRISTOL, The Croft
NOVEMBER 17 – HIGH WYCOMBE, Nag’s Head

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NEWS: Heights announce more UK tour dates!

Small Town Records latest signing Heights have announced yet more tour dates around the UK this year, keeping their reputation for relentlessly touring as strong as ever. Be sure to catch them where you can when you can, they’re hitting pretty much everywhere. Full tour dates are below:

02 September – MIDDLESBOROUGH, The Crown
03 September – COVENTRY, Rosie Malone’s
04 September – BIRMINGHAM, Subculture
05 September – NOTTINGHAM, The Central
06 September – NEWCASTLE, O2 Acadamy
07 September – HORNCASTLE, The Rogues
08 September – LONDON, O2 Academy
09 September – SOUTHAMPTON, The Unit
17 September – STOKE, The Underground
23 September – BRISTOL, The Croft
25 September – WORCESTER, Worcester Arts
Tour w/ The Boy Will Drown & The Bridal Procession
04 October – GLASGOW, The Classic Grand
05 October – ABERDEEN, Tunnells
06 October – GRIMSBY, Matrix
07 October – READING, The Face Bar
22 October – LONDON, The Underworld (w/Memphis May Fire)
Tour w/ Flood Of Red & House Vs. Hurricane
04 November – NORWICH, The Marquee
05 November – READING, The Face Bar
06 November – BIRMINGHAM, HMV Institute
07 November – LONDON, The Underworld
08 November – PORTSMOUTH, Drift In City
09 November – LEICESTER, Sumo
10 November – EDINBURGH, The GRV
11 November – ABERDEEN, Warehouse
12 November – GLASGOW, Cathouse
13 November – STOKE, The Underground
14 November – DERBY, The Old Bell
15 November – EXETER, The Cavern
16 November – BRISTOL, The Croft
17 November – HIGH WYCOMBE, Nag’s Head
29 November – CROYDON, Scream Lounge
04 December – LEICESTER, The Soundhouse
05 December – YORK, Stereo Bar

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ALBUM: House Vs. Hurricane – Perspectives

Release Date: March 5th, 2010
Label: Shock Records
Website: None available
MySpace: www.myspace.com/housevshurricane

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House Vs. Hurricane need you to buy this album. Forget pirating, borrowing and ripping from a friend’s CD or any other method that doesn’t involve your cold, hard cash ringing through the Austrailian six piece’s collective bank account. Mind you, they’re not after some inflated sales figures or a dollar sign confirmation that they’re not wasting their time, they just desperately need the pennies to at least rent the trial version for a new synth sound. For a band constantly placing their keys at centre stage, they’ve somehow forgotten to invest in anything other than what sounds like a flimsy, plastic keyboard the Early Learning Centre’s music section would be embarrassed to offer up for sale.

Claiming their music as “progressive post-hardcore” and “cinematic hardcore”, House Vs. Hurricane bumble out a sound that combines the worst parts of From Autumn To Ashes, Enter Shikari and Chiodos that is as exciting as it is representative of the prefixed sub-genre they claim to belong. There is nothing on offer here that isn’t shot through absolutely every other below-par “post-hardcore” band apart from an even blander sense of self-convinced satisfaction in their homogenised, cul-de-sac songs.

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