With the announcement of All We Know Of Heaven All We Need Of Hell back in May, and the release of Heaven alongside, Pvris have posted that they ‘miserably request the pleasure of your company’ for the release of their new song ‘Whats Wrong’.
Hit Cambridgeshire rock band Mallory Knox have dropped out of Aerodrome Festival in the Czech Republic due to a car accident. While everyone is reported to be okay, it was stated the wouldn’t be able to make their set time today. (June 11th)
Oceans Ate Alaska have announced their second album ‘Hikari’, which is to be released on July 28th 2017! With the news of their sophomore album, they have also revealed their second single ‘Escapist’ from their upcoming album.
Upcoming band Dream State are a 5-piece post hardcore group from South Wales in the UK. With their most recent single ‘White Lies’ currently having over 1m views in two months, Dream State are ones to watch.
Dream State produced their first EP ‘Consequences’ in late 2015 consisting of 5 tracks of high quality music. Mixing both hardcore vocals alongside hard-hitting lyrics, Dream State have the
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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”
Fresh out of Cambridge in the UK are none other than hardcore rock band Bury The Light. After the release of their EP ‘Sunstroker’ they are quickly gaining popularity in the world of music. We had the chance to talk to Bury The Light about their recent EP, the process of recording and their best (and worst) moments of being a band. Continue reading “INTERVIEW – BURY THE LIGHT”
After making their Slam Dunk debut on the Breakout Stage last year, With Confidence have now moved up the ranks to play the Key Club stage, attracting a massive crowd.
Opening with their pop-punk anthem ‘Voldemort’ they instantly get the crowd moving and shouting out probably their best known lyrics ‘Despite the weather it gets better’. With the audience Continue reading “GIG REVIEW – WITH CONFIDENCE – SLAM DUNK MIDLANDS 27/05/17”