Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes Announce New Album ‘End Of Suffering’ 

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes Announce New Album ‘End Of Suffering’ 

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes announce their return this week with their third album End Of Suffering. It is due for release on the 3rd May 2019 on International Death Cult. Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes recorded their latest album over six months during last summer’s heat wave.  Coupled with that heat of summer and their hot, sweaty punk-roots feel, in short has become synonymous with a Frank Carter album. Therefore, having industry heavy hitters…

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Buzzcocks Lead Singer, Pete Shelley, Dies At 63

Buzzcocks Lead Singer, Pete Shelley, Dies At 63

Pete Shelley, 63, co-founder and lead singer of the 70s seminal punk band Buzzcocks, dies at 63 of a suspected heart attack. Buzzcocks issued a statement yesterday saying that Shelley died on Thursday in Estonia where he was living. “It’s with great sadness that we confirm the death of Pete Shelley, one of the UK’s most influential and prolific songwriters and co-founder of the seminal original punk band Buzzcocks,” the band announced. “Pete’s music has…

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Preacher Release Huge New Single ‘Forty’

Preacher Release Huge New Single ‘Forty’

Brighton based alternative rockers, Preacher, have just released their huge new single ‘Forty’, a track packed with the requisite punk rock grit and aggression that is sure to strike a chord with fans of the band and new listeners alike. Looking for something with a bit more muscle, this track should do the trick. Preacher, formed in Brighton, draw their influence from the likes of heavyweights and stalwarts such as Nirvana, Led Zeppelin and Death…

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Review: Creeper split onstage at Koko Show

Review: Creeper split onstage at Koko Show

Last Thursday we took a trip to see Southampton punk rockers, Creeper, at their headline show at Koko, London. Supported by Delaire, The Liar and Puppy, Creeper put on an incredible performance. Frontman, Will Gould, had the audience eating out of the palm of his hand as the band played their way through their hits, including ‘Hiding With Boys’ and ‘Suzanne’, with their usual flamboyance and energy. However, proceedings took an unexpected twist when before…

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The Dizzy Kids release new single, ‘Criminal’

The Dizzy Kids release new single, ‘Criminal’

Australian indie-rockers The Dizzy Kids have just released their brand new single, ‘Criminal’, an up-tempo guitar driven anthem, lifted from their debut album ‘21’. The Dizzy Kids were formed by brothers Dizzy and Kid Hudson in the summer of 2018, brought together by their love of old school rock ‘n’ roll and indie music.  Which is plain when you listen to the track, it screams an homage to bands like Green Day and Blink 182. …

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The Dizzy Kids release new single, ‘Criminal’

The Dizzy Kids release new single, ‘Criminal’

Australian indie-rockers The Dizzy Kids have just released their brand new single, ‘Criminal’, an up-tempo guitar driven anthem, lifted from their debut album ‘21’. The Dizzy Kids were formed by brothers Dizzy and Kid Hudson in the summer of 2018, brought together by their love of old school rock ‘n’ roll and indie music.  Which is plain when you listen to the track, it screams an homage to bands like Green Day and Blink 182. …

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Paramore axe track ‘Misery Business’ following controversy

Paramore axe track ‘Misery Business’ following controversy

Punk-pop superstars Paramore have announced they will no longer perform their breakthrough track Misery Business at live shows. Over a decade after the song’s original release, Paramore revealed to a concert crowd in Nashville that the one-off show in their hometown would be the last for Miz Biz. The track has been a topic of controversy due to lyrics which may be considered ‘anti-feminist’, written by lead vocalist Hayley Williams when she was 17 years…

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