Posts Tagged ‘Loathe’

NEWS: Loathe detail UK tour for August/September 2017!

Conceptual and enigmatic up-and-comers Loathe have just announced that they’ll be heading out on the road throughout August and September for what will be their biggest UK headline tour since they dropped their debut ‘The Cold Sun’ earlier this year.

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TRACK-BY-TRACK: Loathe – The Cold Sun

Last year, enigmatic outfit Loathe were the first band to put out a release via the SharpTone Records imprint with the re-issue of their debut EP, ‘Prepare Consume Proceed’, which, over the coming months, managed to build an almost cult following for the band nice and early in their careers. Their blend of crushing metal verging at times into djent territory with the odd subtle sprinkling of electronics and some ambiguous dark concepts proved to be a winning formula.

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NEWS: Loathe confirm headline UK tour for August/September 2017!

Having dropped their debut full-length ‘The Cold Sun’ less than a couple of weeks ago, British heavy hitters Loathe have now announced dates of a headline tour across the UK later this year to celebrate its release, hitting up 13 different venues across August and September.

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INTERVIEW: Loathe (21/04/2017)

It was only a couple of years ago that British conceptually driven heavy hitters Loathe were just another small local band with one self-released EP to their name, but from the beginning their crux was their comfort to be shrouded in mass amounts of enigma, and that steadily started to build them a hefty fanbase. A few months later, the band secured a deal with SharpTone Records.

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ALBUM: Loathe – The Cold Sun

Release Date: April 14th 2017
Label: SharpTone Records


It’s strange how enigmatic things can leave us so curious to scratch and claw away until we get the full picture. Skulking and creeping out of a pretty dark crevice with a sight of utter blight, Loathe‘s mystery is the name of their game, and this lack of identity or an embodiment to cling onto is one of the main points that allows the heavy hitting newcomers to reel subjects into their atramentous world.

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NEWS: Hellfest confirm London warm-up show on May 11th 2017!

Hellfest, one of the biggest heavy metal festival in not only France but Europe, have confirmed details of a special UK warm-up show in London, ahead of the official festivities in Clisson in June.

The London warm-up show will showcase some up-and-coming names in the British metal scene, including Loathe, Death Remains, and Our Hollow, Our Home.

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VIDEO: Loathe – It’s Yours

Still as enigmatic as ever, even if they have ditched the mask, British up-and-comers Loathe have just unveiled a video for their new track ‘It’s Yours’, the band’s second choice of single to be lifted from their eagerly awaited debut full-length offering, ‘The Cold Sun’, which drops in just a few weeks.

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NEWS: Loathe detail debut album, ‘The Cold Sun’, out April 14th 2017!

Mysterious British heavy hitters Loathe have just confirmed details surrounding their debut full-length record, which follows-up their enigmatic ‘Prepare Consume Proceed’ EP. The album, titled ‘The Cold Sun’, is scheduled to see a release on April 14th 2017 via SharpTone Records.

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NEWS: Blood Youth confirm album release shows for April 2017!

To celebrate the release of their eagerly anticipated debut album ‘Beyond Repair’ which drops in a few weeks, Harrogate up-and-comers Blood Youth will be heading out for a small handful of release shows across the UK to bring the new material to their fans live for the first time.

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FEATURE: 35 Bands To Look Out For In 2017!

Whether a band are releasing their first album or their tenth, we’ve covered them in our definitive list of bands to keep your eye on in 2017. With hundreds of shows and festivals planned around record releases, this year is already looking hot for new talent and big comebacks alike and, although it will take a lot to rival the heights that 2016 got to, we here at DEAD PRESS! are quietly confident.

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