After their run on Mayday Parade’s ‘A Lesson In Romantics 10th Anniversary’ tour and their UK tour in June, Knuckle Puck have announced they are back in the studio to finish their upcoming music. Continue reading “KNUCKLE PUCK ARE BACK IN THE STUDIO”
So as we learned from the announcement of M A N I A, Fall Out Boy love to tease us about new music.
Recently, there have been a few clues as to what their new single will be called and when it will be released. There have been a few clues as to the song title, with FOB tweeting ‘CHAMPION’ and lyric website Genius hinting at the new single name…
Continue reading “FALL OUT BOY’S NEW SINGLE RELEASED NEXT WEEK?”
Austin Carlile has been admitted to hospital and is due to undergo surgery after medical teams found two cysts on his spine.
He recently posted a series of pictures onto his Instagram story explaining the situation. Continue reading “AUSTIN CARLILE IS IN HOSPITAL”
As the festival reaches its final hours, the Key Club stage hosts its second to last band Set It Off. After being second on the Main Stage back in 2015, they may have downgraded stage size, but certainly upped in audience size.
Opening with single ‘Why Worry’, the entire audience was up and jumping shouting out the lyrics ‘Why? Please tell me why do we worry?’. Opening the show with their most well-known songs certainly hyped the audience, with people singing along to the summer anthem ‘Forever Stuck In Our Youth’ and anger filled ‘The Haunting’. Continue reading “GIG REVIEW – SET IT OFF – SLAM DUNK MIDLANDS 27/05/17”
After the huge success of Mayday Parade’s American ‘A Lesson In Romantics 10th Anniversary Tour’, they have already announced they will be bringing it to the UK from September 18th – September 30th. Continue reading “MAYDAY PARADE UNVEIL SUPPORTS FOR ‘A LESSON IN ROMANTICS’ 10TH ANNIVERSARY UK TOUR”
After making their UK debut this time last year on the Slam Dunk Breakout Stage, Waterparks have returned playing to a huge plethora of fans from all across the crowd. Continue reading “GIG REVIEW – WATERPARKS – SLAM DUNK MIDLANDS 27/05/17”
Like we’ve said before, performing on the breakout stage isn’t always easy. Opening up to possibly an entirely new audience can be daunting, but luckily American pop-punk band Makeout knew just how to do this.
Unfortunately, at first the crowd was nothing more than about 7 people sitting watching the stage. Of course, taking Continue reading “GIG REVIEW – MAKEOUT – SLAM DUNK MIDLANDS 27/05/17”