• Weymouth punk band Weatherstate have today shared a brand new music video for their latest single “Headstone”. It’s a contemplative punk track and marks the latest from Weatherstate’s forthcoming album “Never Better”, set to be released 11th February 2022 via Rude Records. “Probably the second softest song on the record, and not being as morbid as the name might suggest, [Read More]
  • Loathe have revealed a new collaboration version of their track “Is It Really You?”, with LA-based alt-rock band Teenage Wrist. Taken from their 2020 record “I Let It In And It Took Everything”, “Is It Really You?” has been identified as one of the pivotal moments in Loathe’s sonic evolution, in part due to its shoegaze laced atmosphere. This new [Read More]
  • Today, progressive post-hardcore outfit Vagrants shared their new single and video “Skin and Bone” out now on Rude Records/Equal Vision Records. Formed in 2017, Vagrants’ current line-up is composed of Jose DelRio (guitars/vocals), Anastasia Hayes (Drums), and Bryce Ballinger (guitar). “Skin and Bone” is a continuation of the bands progressive sound – awash with intricate guitar and drum work supported [Read More]
  • Raw, heavy, aggressive, and at times genuinely creepy, Kent metallers Graphic Nature are one of the most energized and exciting new bands to emerge from the British metal scene in years. Taking their name from a track on Deftones – “Koi No Yokan” album, in 2019 Graphic Nature announced themselves with the single “Grit”, and immediately began carving a name [Read More]
  • Stand Atlantic have announced their new album F.E.A.R. will be out May 6, 2022 via Hopeless Records. To celebrate, the band released a new song and premiered their new music video, “pity party ft. Royal & The Serpent” on Facebook and YouTube. Featuring alternative pop artist, Royal & The Serpent, “pity party” is an epic collaboration between two rising stars [Read More]

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Moodring release brand new single/video for “Disintegrate”

January 20, 2022

Moodring have kicked off their 2022 in style by unveiling a brand new single – the soaring mini-epic, Disintegrate. Almost one year to the day since the Florida quartet revealed themselves to the world with debut single “Show Me The Real You“, “Disintegrate” marks the first new Moodring music recorded since their signing to UNFD, and showcases an ascendance to the next plane of their songcraft. Shimmering guitars swirl, shift and pulse around lead vocalist Hunter Young’s ethereal yet impassioned melodies, building to a climax that will raise every hair of anyone with a heartbeat. “The sound of Moodring derives from an eclectic mix of genres, but it’s when we can contrast these differences within one song that we really thrive, and I think this track is a key example of that” says Hunter; “On the surface the song is this beautiful, epic “gazer”, but lyrically it delves into much heavier subjects, such as the hopelessness one can feel when everything you pursue seems constantly out of your grasp, and the nihilistic tendencies that I [Read More]

New Music

Weatherstate release music video for “Headstone”

January 20, 2022

Weymouth punk band Weatherstate have today shared a brand new music video for their latest single “Headstone”. It’s a contemplative punk track and marks the latest from Weatherstate’s forthcoming album “Never Better”, set to be released 11th February 2022 via Rude Records. “Probably the second softest song on the record, and not being as morbid as the name might suggest, ‘Headstone’ is about trying to make something out of ourselves in the time we have here”, the band share. “It’s okay to go through periods of life unhappy and that’s what makes the good bits all the better. ‘Catch me I don’t want to come down’ specifically relates to friends being around when you need a safety net, and how important it is to have the support network that can get you through those monotonous times. We’re only around here for so long, and that’s the way it is, we shouldn’t beat ourselves up too much, and it’s completely okay to sometimes just roll with the punches”. Weatherstate have risen to the challenges that COVID [Read More]

New Music

Vagrants share new single and video for “Skin And Bone”

January 17, 2022

Today, progressive post-hardcore outfit Vagrants shared their new single and video “Skin and Bone” out now on Rude Records/Equal Vision Records. Formed in 2017, Vagrants’ current line-up is composed of Jose DelRio (guitars/vocals), Anastasia Hayes (Drums), and Bryce Ballinger (guitar). “Skin and Bone” is a continuation of the bands progressive sound – awash with intricate guitar and drum work supported by modern electronic elements. The tracks vocals are equal parts soaring and powerful, conveying the dark message of the song with a melodic sensibility that is undeniably catchy. The official music video is comprised of caustic live shots of the band and a compelling cinematic narrative that adds emotional weight to the visual. On the theme of their new single, guitarist and vocalist Jose DelRio has this to say: “Our new track “Skin and Bone” embodies a feeling that almost everyone has experienced at some point – Does any of this matter? Albeit nihilistic, it is a very human emotion. This song served as a way for me to express that at the lowest point [Read More]

Metal

Graphic Nature announce “New Skin” EP

January 17, 2022

Raw, heavy, aggressive, and at times genuinely creepy, Kent metallers Graphic Nature are one of the most energized and exciting new bands to emerge from the British metal scene in years. Taking their name from a track on Deftones – “Koi No Yokan” album, in 2019 Graphic Nature announced themselves with the single “Grit”, and immediately began carving a name for themselves as a ferocious new force in British metal. With their new EP “new skin” – out Feb 25th, their first for new label Rude Records, they’re doubling down. Mixing moments of snarling nu-metal aggro and the scalding fury of Slipknot’s debut album with instrumental passages that at times recall the genius of Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor, Harvey says “this is where we’ve nailed the Graphic Nature sound”. Beefier in some places, angrier in others, and more sophisticated at times if you look closer, the result is an EP of songs that carry the spirit of nu-metal, sharpened and bulked-up for present-day, which lands with the confidence of a metal fist. Musically, Graphic [Read More]

New Music

Stand Atlantic announce new album “F.E.A.R.”

January 17, 2022

Stand Atlantic have announced their new album F.E.A.R. will be out May 6, 2022 via Hopeless Records. To celebrate, the band released a new song and premiered their new music video, “pity party ft. Royal & The Serpent” on Facebook and YouTube. Featuring alternative pop artist, Royal & The Serpent, “pity party” is an epic collaboration between two rising stars in the alternative rock world. “This song fully rocks. It was a 100% yes when I first heard it, singer, Royal & The Serpent shares, “ I loved getting to be a part of this one. Blast it loud, roll the windows down, and scream your face off for a certified good time”. On the meaning behind the song, Stand Atlantic singer, Bonnie Fraser, shares: “It seems everyday someone is inviting you to their ‘pity party’ – hoping you will enable or put a band-aid on them. Sometimes you gotta cut people like this out of your life as they will drag you down and it’s not until you let them go that you realize [Read More]

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New Music

Moodring release brand new single/video for “Disintegrate”

January 20, 2022

Moodring have kicked off their 2022 in style by unveiling a brand new single – the soaring mini-epic, Disintegrate. Almost one year to the day since the Florida quartet revealed themselves to the world with debut single “Show Me The Real You“, “Disintegrate” marks the first new Moodring music recorded since their signing to UNFD, and showcases an ascendance to the next plane of their songcraft. Shimmering guitars swirl, shift and pulse around lead vocalist Hunter Young’s ethereal yet impassioned melodies, building to a climax that will raise every hair of anyone with a heartbeat. “The sound of Moodring derives from an eclectic mix of genres, but it’s when we can contrast these differences within one song that we really thrive, and I think this track is a key example of that” says Hunter; “On the surface the song is this beautiful, epic “gazer”, but lyrically it delves into much heavier subjects, such as the hopelessness one can feel when everything you pursue seems constantly out of your grasp, and the nihilistic tendencies that I [Read More]

New Music

Weatherstate release music video for “Headstone”

January 20, 2022

Weymouth punk band Weatherstate have today shared a brand new music video for their latest single “Headstone”. It’s a contemplative punk track and marks the latest from Weatherstate’s forthcoming album “Never Better”, set to be released 11th February 2022 via Rude Records. “Probably the second softest song on the record, and not being as morbid as the name might suggest, ‘Headstone’ is about trying to make something out of ourselves in the time we have here”, the band share. “It’s okay to go through periods of life unhappy and that’s what makes the good bits all the better. ‘Catch me I don’t want to come down’ specifically relates to friends being around when you need a safety net, and how important it is to have the support network that can get you through those monotonous times. We’re only around here for so long, and that’s the way it is, we shouldn’t beat ourselves up too much, and it’s completely okay to sometimes just roll with the punches”. Weatherstate have risen to the challenges that COVID [Read More]

alt rock

Loathe share version of their track “Is It Really You?” with Teenage Wrist

January 20, 2022

Loathe have revealed a new collaboration version of their track “Is It Really You?”, with LA-based alt-rock band Teenage Wrist. Taken from their 2020 record “I Let It In And It Took Everything”, “Is It Really You?” has been identified as one of the pivotal moments in Loathe’s sonic evolution, in part due to its shoegaze laced atmosphere. This new version is a lustrous interpretation, embracing the track’s almost dream-pop aesthetic. Marshall Gallagher from Teenage Wrist stated: “We discovered ‘I Let It In and It Took Everything’ while we were tracking ‘Earth Is A Black Hole’, and it immediately became one of my favourite records of that year. Honestly, I only listened deep to a handful of records while we were making ours and that was one of them. So, it was pretty wild to get to dig through the actual tracks and do our own interpretation of ‘Is It Really You?’ – I was already such a big fan and that song in particular really hit me. It’s extra cool to know that we’re [Read More]