Posts Tagged ‘Neck Deep’

NEWS: Neck Deep, Taking Back Sunday, and Bayside cover ‘Dookie’ era Green Day!

Popular music streaming service Spotify have recently shared a documentary about punk rock trio Green Day and early formative years, aptly titled ‘Green Day: The Early Years’, and with that, a few of this generation’s current wave of bands influenced by their work have offered covers of songs from the band’s 1994 breakthrough LP, ‘Dookie’.

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NEWS: Neck Deep begin working on third album!

Welsh pop-punks Neck Deep never seem to stop, having not long been on the road supporting their peers A Day To Remember. Continuing with their non-stop work ethic, it appears the band are now back in the studio putting together what will be their third full-length record.

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GALLERY: A Day To Remember @ First Direct Arena, Leeds (28/01/2017)

A full review of the evening can be read here.

Photos taken by Emma Stone (@emmastonephoto)

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NEWS: Neck Deep, Citizen, and more join Slam Dunk Festival 2017!

A small handful of bands were confirmed to join Slam Dunk Festival just the other day as part of the Fearless Invasion tour, but now the organisers have confirmed yet another batch of acts to compose the 2017 edition of the bill.

The latest names to join the May Bank Holiday festivities include Neck Deep, Citizen, Memphis May Fire, Set It Off and more.

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LIVE: A Day To Remember @ First Direct Arena, Leeds (28/01/2017)

Date: January 28th 2017
Venue: First Direct Arena, Leeds
Support: Moose Blood / Neck Deep / New Found Glory
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Gallery: Here

Let’s be honest here, the past few years for A Day To Remember have admittedly not been all that easy, especially around the time surrounding their fifth record ‘Common Courtesy’, and the public lawsuit with Victory Records that accompanied that. Three years later, and it finally seems like the band are through the thick of it, out the other side on a world tour for their latest LP, ‘Bad Vibrations’.

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NEWS: Neck Deep & Moose Blood to support A Day To Remember on Jan 2017 UK tour!

Pop punk kings/breakdown specialists A Day To Remember have confirmed two very special names as support for their headline UK arena run in January next year.

Joining them will be both Neck Deep and Moose Blood, and you can find all the dates detailed below:

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AUDIO: Alternative Medicine – The Great Escape (feat. Ben Barlow)

Japanese pop-punk trio Alternative Medicine have just debuted a brand new song, titled ‘The Great Escape’, which features a guest vocal appearance from Neck Deep frontman, Ben Barlow. The track is set to appear on the band’s forthcoming record, ‘ALT MED’.

You can stream and listen to ‘The Great Escape’ via the embedded player below:

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NEWS: Winners of The APMAs 2016 confirmed!

Once again proving to be one of the most prestigious evenings of celebrating today’s rock talent all year around, the 2016 edition of The APMAs saw a string of winners, including Neck Deep, You Me At Six, Marilyn Manson, The Ghost Inside, Yellowcard, State Champs, and two awards going towards both Panic! At The Disco and Twenty One Pilots too.

You can see the full list of winners and their respective winning award categories below:

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VIDEO: Neck Deep – December

Welsh pop-punk band Neck Deep have premiered not one, but two new videos to accompany their track, ‘December’. One version features the full bank with Mark Hoppus (Blink-182), and the other an acoustic rendition featuring Chris Carrabba (Dashboard Confessional).

You can check out both versions of ‘December’ below:

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FEATURE: How bands and musicians reacted to the UK leaving the EU!

Yesterday (June 24th 2016), after hours and hours of voting across the country, and then those votes being counted up, the UK made the decision to leave the EU. For those who aren’t quite sure what that is, that’s the European Union – a selection of countries across Europe that work together in a huge number of ways, including economically, travel, and trade, if we’re going to be super brief about it.

The UK has been a part of the EU for over four decades, and following the poll results is the first country (or, set of countries as it includes England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland) to decide to leave the union after being a part of it. Of course, such a decision has split the opinions of many up and down the country, and as it affects the music industry, many musicians have also expressed their feelings on this historic decision.

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