Date: April 21st, 2013
Venue: Rock City / The Rescue Rooms / Stealth / The Forum, Nottingham
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Growing and expanding to be able to now accomodate two dates in two separate cities, Hit The Deck Festival has certainley come a long ways since its humble beginnings a few short years back in 2011. Taking place across new second home Bristol and original location Nottingham, we decided to take part yet again this year and headed to Nottingham to catch what will yet again be a great day for rock and alternative music.
Tags: Army Of Freshmen, Attack Attack! (US), Attention Thieves, Black Dogs, Bleed From Within, Bossk, Devil Sold His Soul, Dingus Khan, Don Broco, Empress, Evarose, Fearless Vampire Killers, Feed The Rhino, First Blood, Fort Hope, Hit The Deck Festival, Hundredth, Landscapes, Mallory Knox, Max Raptor, NeverShoutNever, Pure Love, Rolo Tomassi, Silent Screams, Sinners Highway, Skies In Motion, Sonic Boom Six, Stick To Your Guns, Summerlin, We Are The In Crowd, We Are The Ocean, Whirr
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Sheffield’s Rolo Tomassi have just released a music video for their track, ‘Howl’, ready to amp people up for their UK headline tour this May. You can watch the video below:
British mathcore unit Rolo Tomassi are set to embark on a run of UK headline dates this May. The band are set to hit the road with support from fellow hardcore rockers, Bastions. Dates and venues of the tour can be found below:
Bristol’s newest weekend festival ArcTanGent have just announced their first wave of bands that will form the line-up for this year. The line-up currently includes Rolo Tomassi, Brontide, 65daysofstatic and more. You can view the festival poster, the current line-up thus far and further information regarding the festival weekend below:
Tags: 65daysofstatic, Among Brothers, ArcTanGent Festival, Axes, Brontide, Castrovalva, Johnny Foreigner, Maybe She Will, Rolo Tomassi, Tall Ships, That Fucking Tank, The Physics House Band, This Town Needs Guns, Three Trapped Tigers, Yndi Halda
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Along with our own top 10 albums of 2012 here at DEAD PRESS!, we also decided to see what our friends and other people in the industry thought were the top hot pickings of the year. We asked a range of people in bands, some people from labels and publicists too.
See what they all thought below from the 40+ we asked, including members from bands such as Strike Anywhere, Asking Alexandria, Decade, Marmozets, The Stereo State and more (listed alphabetically by band/organisation):
Tags: A World Defined, Akarusa Yami, Anavae, Asking Alexandria, Bridge Nine Records, Coastline, Code Orange Kids, Crown Jewel Defence, Cypher16, Decade, Defeater, Destructor Records, Eager Teeth, Echoes, Ex Friends, Fat Goth, Fights And Fires, Flights, Glass City Vice, Heartsounds, Heights, HildaMay, Lay Siege, Light You Up, Lizzard, Magoa, Marmozets, Martyr Defiled, MC Lars, Next Stop Atlanta, Our Final Hour, Our People Versus Yours, Plow United, Press To Meco, Pulled Apart By Horses, Rolo Tomassi, Run Forever, Sophomore, Strike Anywhere, The Afterparty, The Blackout, The Murder Barn, The Stereo State, Violet, Zebrahead
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Sheffield’s Rolo Tomassi have always been a band that isn’t easy to digest for everyone. Though their blending of sounds, styles and dramatic changes of such throughout their catalogue is certainley talented and hard to come by, it’s also perhaps too much too fast for some to handle. Now on their third studio full-length and their first via their own label, Destination Moon’, it seems ‘Astraea’ is a step in the right direction for a more pallatable balance.
Date: October 27th, 2012
Venue: The Deaf Institute, Manchester
Support: Goodtime Boys / Oathbreaker
It goes without saying that Rolo Tomassi are far from an easily accessible band. Their amalgamation of different sounds, genres, time signatures and general disfigurment of musical conventions really shouldn’t work together, yet somehow it really does. We’re now just over a week from the band’s third full-length ‘Astraea’ hits public ears, and it seems interest is far from lost at Manchester’s The Deaf Institute.
Sheffield mathcore outfit Rolo Tomassi have just released a brand new music video for their song, ‘Ex Luna Scientia’. You can watch it in full via the embed below:
There’s not many festivals out there who are situated near the grounds of a wild animal park (or, simply a zoo), let alone also supply a full weekend worth of some of the most talented punk, rock and hardcore bands that are around today. With a small and intimate festival site to boot, Hevy is easily one of the best independent weekend music festivals the UK has to offer. We went along to catch all the bands, the animals and the partying they had to offer:
Tags: Andrew W.K., Brutality Will Prevail, Bury Tomorrow, Crocus, Feed The Rhino, Glassjaw, Hevy Festival, Martyr Defiled, Municipal Waste, Norma Jean, Pianos Become The Teeth, Rolo Tomassi, Seahaven, The Long Haul, Vales
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Sheffield choatic outfit Rolo Tomassi have confirmed news regarding the release of their third full-length record, titled ‘Astraea’. The album is set for a November 5th 2012 release through the band’s own label, Destination Moon Records and the full tracklist can be seen below:
Sheffield rabble Rolo Tomassi have just confirmed a full headline UK tour later this year, support acts are still yet to be announced. All dates of the tour can be found below: