Posts Tagged ‘Lifetight’


“Where are all of the future festival headliners?”, everyone always asks. Well, we’ve highlighted a range of new bands in rock, punk, metal, hardcore, indie, and more for a definitive list of who to keep your eye on in 2018. With hundreds of shows and festivals planned around record releases, this year is already looking hot for new talent, and, although it’ll take a lot to rival the heights that 2017 got to, we here at DEAD PRESS! are confident 2018 has the potential.

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VIDEO: Lifetight – Dreams

Last month, fresh faced hardcore outfit Lifetight, featuring former members of Lock & Key, No Honour, and Idols Of Apathy, dropped their debut EP, ‘Self-Tightled’, and now they’ve released a video for the second single from the record, ‘Dreams’.

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NEWS: Holding Absence and more join Holloween 2017 line-up!

Along with maintaining and building upon their reputation as one the UK’s most hard-working DIY metalcore acts, Our Hollow, Our Home will also be curating and headlining their own all-dayer in October, aptly titled Holloween, which will be held at their own hometown of Southampton.

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NEWS: Lifetight announce debut EP, ‘Self-Tightled’!

Following their introduction into the world back in July with the premiere of their lead single, ‘Energy’, fresh-faced hardcore outfit Lifetight have now announced the details surrounding their debut 4-track EP, ‘Self-Tightled’.

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NEWS: 19 more bands & day splits confirmed for Deadbolt Festival 2017!

Despite a year out of the game in 2016 to re-cooperate, Deadbolt Festival clearly want to come back in a big way for 2017, and have announced a further 19 bands to join the ever-expanding bill of the two-day event, which kicks off at the end of next month.

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VIDEO: Lifetight – Energy

Formed from the ashes of fallen hardcore bands scattered about the Midlands of the UK, newcomers Lifetight have come swinging in fast and hard for their inauguration into the scene with debut single, ‘Energy’.

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