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NEWS: The Amity Affliction drummer Ryan Burt steps down for remainder of UK/European tour!

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Whilst currently amidst a headline tour across the UK and Europe to close off their year, The Amity Affliction have confirmed that drummer Ryan Burst has had to exit the run for the remainder of the run and return home to focus on his current state of mental health.

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VIDEO: The Amity Affliction – All Fucked Up

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Australian post-hardcore quintet The Amity Affliction have unleashed a rather heart wrenching and cinematic video to accompany their track ‘All Fucked Up’, taken from their latest full-length effort, ‘This Could Be Heartbreak’.

You can stream and watch the video for ‘All Fucked Up’ below:

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ALBUM: The Amity Affliction – This Could Be Heartbreak

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Release Date: August 12th 2016
Label: Roadrunner Records
Website: www.theamityaffliction.net
Facebook: www.facebook.com/theamityafflictionofficial
Twitter: www.twitter.com/amityaffliction

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The difficult thing about reviewing modern mainstream metalcore bands is that it’s not really good journalism to write “same as all the rest” and bugger off down to the pub. So, here is a critical analysis of ‘This Could Be Heartbreak’, the fifth album from Australian cringe-core pedlars The Amity Affliction, that should just about be long enough to satisfy the DEAD PRESS! editor’s minimum word count.

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NEWS: Joy Opposites confirm debut album, ‘Swim’, out August 10th 2016!

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Newcomers Joy Opposites, featuring former members of FACT and The Amity Affliction, have just confirmed details surrounding the band’s debut full-length effort. Their album, titled ‘Swim’, is set for release on August 10th 2016.

You can check out the album artwork, full track listing, and a stream of single ‘In My Bones’ below:

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AUDIO: The Amity Affliction – This Could Be Heartbreak

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Aussie metalcore mob The Amity Affliction have released a stream of their new song ‘This Could Be Heartbreak’.

Premiered on Daniel P Carter’s Radio 1 Rock Show, it is the title track lifted from the bands upcoming new LP, set for release on August 12th via Roadrunner Records. Check it out below:

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NEWS: The Amity Affliction line up headline UK shows for December 2016!

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Aussie metalcore outfit The Amity Affliction have confirmed the dates of a forthcoming headline UK tour for December.

Support will come from fellow countrymen Northlane, alongside both Stray From The Path and Wage War, and you can find all the shows detailed below:

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NEWS: The Amity Affliction confirm UK tour for December 2016!

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Follow a successful set at Download Festival over the weekend, Australian outfit The Amity Affliction have announced they’ll be returning to the UK again to finish off their year this December where they’ll be promoting their upcoming LP, ‘This Could Be Heartbreak’.

You can find all dates of the tour along with ticket information detailed below:

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VIDEO: The Amity Affliction – I Bring The Weather With Me

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Aussie metalcore troupe The Amity Affliction have premiered the video to accompany their brand new single ‘I Bring The Weather With Me’.

The song is the first taste of their forthcoming album ‘This Could Be Heartbreak’, which drops August 12th via Roadrunner Records. Check out the video below:

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NEWS: The King Blues, Shikari Sound System, Moose Blood & more added to Slam Dunk 2016!

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Slam Dunk Festival has confirmed eight more bands for its ever growing 2016 line-up, already featuring headliners Panic! At The Disco and the likes of Of Mice & Men, New Found Glory and Mallory Knox. Check out the new additions below:

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NEWS: Download Festival confirms more acts for 2016, including Neck Deep, Billy Talent, Killswitch Engage, & Architects

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Legendary rock weekender Download Festival have confirmed more names for their 2016 line-up, joining the likes of previously announced act such as Rammstein, Iron Maiden and Black Sabbath. You can see the new additions below:

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