A gorgeous new song from Trade Wind preludes their second record, ‘Certain Freedoms’.
Venom Prison drop ‘Uterine Industrialisation’; a criticism against those who try to control women’s reproductive rights.
It’s honestly just great to have Alexisonfire back in action again.
Here the acts from Download Festival Australia 2019 that we’re most pumped to catch.
Totally Unicorn smother you with a blanket of emotional darkness on ‘I’ll Be Fine Now’.
The Beijing-based hardcore punk crew release amusing new music video for ‘WO85’.
Blood Command, back in kick-ass action.
2019 is going to be the year of Year Of The Knife.
The Brave try out some new things with ‘Technicolor’.
In the wake of 2018’s ‘Wrung Out’ LP, Lume now gift us with two B-side tracks.
“Trust your gut, don’t over think everything, reference your favourite mixes if you’re stuck, and you’re not too cool for templa...
Periphery are on a war-path with ‘Blood Eagle’.
Ask and you shall receive the new Ocean Grove.
Gideon show-off a wonderfully dark & heavy new layer with ‘No Love/No One’.
Rest in power, Tim Landers.
Get utterly shameful and groovy with Osaka Punch’s latest, ‘Hall Of Shame’.
Windwaker are all geared and fired up with their massive new single, ‘The Sitch’.
Statues guitarist, Scott Kay, strikes a different chord & mood with new Absent Hearts song, ‘The Town’.
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes continue their honest & sonic evolution with ‘Crowbar’.
SeeYouSpaceCowboy are a band you need to watch in 2019.
‘Deep Ends Of Shallow Lives’ will no doubt be a short & savage hardcore assault from the No Haven camp.