A day after releasing that they are back in the studio to record album no.2, Our Hollow Our Home have now announced an 8 date UK tour!

Bringing along High Rise (22nd March – 25th March) and Invisions, this tour is set to be pretty big. So make sure to check out the dates below!

And if you need a little refresher of what Our Hollow Our Home sounds like, listen to ‘Pride: Of Might And Mane’ below!



Italian metalcore quintet Forbidden Seasons have announced that their debut album ‘Promise’ will be released on 16th March 2018!

The album follows on from their debut EP ‘Paramnesia’, in 2017 with vocalist Mark Seasons stating: ‘Promise’ refers to all the promises made by people that are never fulfilled because of their selfishness.”

Their first single ‘Thank You For The Venom’ is described by Mark as ‘one of our favorite songs, and it reflects the overall sound of the album, so we thought it was great to launch with it.


Make sure to check out the tracklisting below!


1. Atlantis

2. Thank You For The Venom

3. Keys and Locks

4. Gravity Fall

5. Wormhole

6. The Human

7. Sorrow Won’t End

8. I’ve Seen The End In Your Eyes 9. The Rejected

10. Promise


Paramore have shown a reinvention of themselves over the last year with the release of their 5th studio album ‘After Laughter’. Coming back to the UK on Tour Three, we went to check out how Paramore are living up to their new style.

For the supports, Mewithoutyou, the lasting impression they should have left sadly lacked. It appeared that for most of the set the drummer had more stage presence than the rest of the band themselves. While lead vocalist Aaron Weiss had some energy during some aspects of their set, the overall lack of energy and stage presence from the majority of the band sadly did bring their set down.

As expected, Paramore shot the start of their show through the roof with their hit single ‘Hard Times’, interestingly creating a crossover of Blondie’s ‘Heart Of Glass’ at the same time showing their impeccable ability to bring something new to their songs at any given time. Even pre-After Laughter tracks were given a little revamp with ‘Ignorance’ being sung partially through a black and white striped megaphone which actually made the song sound more authentic than originally.

Of course, one thing is clear through the newly inspired Paramore, they certainly love ‘After Laughter’ and rightly they should. Even mellower tracks such as ‘Forgivness’ and ‘Fake Happy’ were filled with a sense of ecstatic happiness, a sign they truly enjoyed their performance. Little surprises such as the live debut of ‘Pool’, singing older songs to other band members in ‘Hate To See Your Heart Break’ and a very cute dance from Hayley and drummer Zac Farro to Halfnoise’s (Zac Farro) ‘French Class’.

Another impressive factor of the show wasn’t just the groovy style of older hits such as ‘Ain’t It Fun’ and ‘Grow Up’, but also the stylistic approach to the visual aspects of the show. While some may see the band as having a more basic setup, their colourful lighting rig and big side screens helped amplify the resonating colourful vibe the band brought. Interestingly, through the newer tracks such as ‘Caught In The Middle’, the live filmed screens took an 80’s stylistic twist with colourful effects and filters to add a subtle stylistic choice to their show.

Yet not only have the band grown musically, but mentally over the years. While their new album ‘After Laughter’ shows a musical transformation, before the bands most popular track ‘Misery Business’, front woman Hayley Williams gave an apologetic notion, explaining that they aren’t the same band they were in 2007. Despite their less positive attitude to the track, the band took full advantage of its popularity, picking two fans to join them onstage to help finish the angst filled belter.

Even so, it seems that there are things in Paramore shows that do go unplanned. Be it Mewithoutyou’s vocalist Aaron giving a rather random massage to Taylor York in No Friend to Hayley Falling over Taylor during ‘Misery Business’, leading Taylor to go on an energetic fuelled frenzy around the stage after losing his place in the track.

Paramore may have grown up over the years, but the same energetic stance in their music still shines through, if not even further at this point.

Gig rating: 5/5


This weeks Track Of The Week goes to Currents with their new video for ‘Delusion’!

Coming off their most recent record ‘The Place I Feel Safest’, ‘Delusion’ is a energy packed track of definitive metalcore with its own style. A track not to be missed. Make sure to check it out below!


With the announcement that Pierce The Veil were no longer supporting All Time Low, fans were left questioning who would take the support slot?

Aside from bringing their So Wrong Its Right Tour set to their UK tour alongside their regular set, All Time Low have now announced British horror punk band Creeper will be joining them.

Make sure to check out the dates below!


Divenire’s fourth single ‘Origami’ is set to drop on January 19th and with a trio of previous singles to live up to, does ‘Origami’ fit alongside all the other tracks produced?

The clear answer is yes. ‘Origami’ from its onset is a strong track that encompasses Divenire’s indie style while still differing in its own ways from their other songs. Within all of Divenire’s singles, there is a distinct tone to vocalist Dom Morgan that helps make all of Divenire’s tracks stand out a little more from everything else. ‘Origami’ brings this out. The build up to the bridge is interesting in this track. Instead of a slow build or the same layered track as heard before, instead, the track falls into a lower singled out guitar pattern, slowly filling up the quick transformation into an echoic, filling ending with both the vocals and backing spreading out in an even more atmospheric way than before.

Divenire are no strangers to making stand-out singles, from their first single ‘Caravan’ to most recent ‘Quaint Romance’, there is never a dull note and ‘Origami’ is no exception. All that’s next is to find out what great track the band are ready to produce next You can pre-order the single now!

Rating: 9.5/10


Northlane have released a slightly unusual new cover of Fat Boy Slim’s hit ‘Eat Sleep Rave Repeat’

The track is definitely not what you may expect Northlane to cover, but is a brutal and heavy as you’d expect from them. Make sure to listen to it below!