British hardcore outfit Your Demise have announced today that they have decided to split up. A special video announcement of the band confirming this and their reasons why can be viewed below:
Southampton’s Takedown Festival have now announced that British hardcore outfit Your Demise have just joined this year’s line-up. You can view the line-up poster and full list of bands, including the new additions, just below:
Date: February 19th, 2013
Venue: NQ Live, Manchester
Support: Fact / Counterparts / Heights
With their popularity constantly increasing at a steady rate for the past few years, it appears that Your Demise are very much the most widely popular hardcore band in Britain today. If the constant features and poster spreads in magazines don’t back that claim up, maybe the huge tour bus outside the NQ Live venue in Manchester on their latest UK tour will. However, looking to back to their roots with smaller shows and recent EP, ‘Cold Chillin’, we went to see if they have, as many claim, “sold out”.
After their most recent full-length release ‘The Golden Age’, which both confused and divided fans equally, ‘Cold Chillin’ is an opportunity to set the record straight for Your Demise. With a new label behind them, the band had a clean slate to make what they wish with this release. Evidently, the band decided to make it a solid 11 minutes of hostile hardcore, the music of which we all recognise Your Demise by.
With their new ‘Cold Chillin’ EP opening pre-orders earlier today, Your Demise have also treated their fans to a video to accompany the first track of the EP, ‘Karma’. You can stream and watch the full video below:
Following their recent departure from long-time label partners Visible Noise, British hardcore outfit Your Demise have decided to take a look back at their roots for their far more independent forthcoming EP release, ‘Cold Chillin’. In a 4-track blast which aims to be a little more rough around the edges than their previous outing, ‘The Golden Age’, guitarist Stu Paice gave us a track-by-track overview of the release and what to expect:
British hardcore outfit Your Demise have announced details regarding the release of their forthcoming new EP, their first independent effort since parting with Visible Noise. The EP, titled ‘Cold Chillin’, is slated for February 7th 2013 release date. The artwork, tracklist and pre-order links can be found below:
British hardcore outfit Your Demise have just released a video for their brand new single, ‘Push Me Under’. Watch it in full below:
British hardcore boys Your Demise have just announced a headline UK tour for February, with support coming from Counterparts and Fact throughout. All dates of the tour can be found below:
Date: October 13th, 2012
Venue: HMV Ritz, Manchester
Support: Marmozets / Your Demise / We Are The In Crowd
Website: None available
With their UK return of the Warped Tour in London next month, you would think that Vans have enough on their plate in terms of providing shows to the UK for the year. Still, they shove in an awesome line-up for their ever so popular Vans “Off The Wall” tour which, if anything, is a warm up to the main course at Alexandra Palace in November.
Ghostfest is Leeds’ annual celebration of the very best and most exciting bands that the hardcore and metal scene has to offer today. Now in its seventh year, the festival has come from humble beginnings to one of the most anticipated events on the UK festival circuit. Bunking up to an extra third stage for this year’s festivities, and therefore a shed load of bands, we headed there to catch on some music intensity. Here’s some shots of some bands we caught doing what they do best:
Featuring: Ingested / Heart Of A Coward / Silent Screams / Heights / Bleed From Within / Comeback Kid / Carcer City / The Black Dahlia Murder / POLAR. / Empires Fade / Demoraliser / TRC / All Shall Perish / Bury Tomorrow / Your Demise / Emmure
Tags: All Shall Perish, Bleed From Within, Bury Tomorrow, Carcer City, Comeback Kid, Demoraliser, Emmure, Empires Fade, Ghostfest, Heart Of A Coward, Heights, Ingested, POLAR., Silent Screams, The Black Dahlia Murder, TRC, Your Demise
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Ghostfest is Leeds’ annual celebration of the very best and most exciting bands that the hardcore and metal scene has to offer today. Now in its seventh year, the festival has come from humble beginnings to one of the most anticipated events on the UK festival circuit. Bunking up to an extra third stage for this year’s festivities, and therefore a shed load of bands, we headed there to catch on some music intensity.