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Dublin-based Scathed have premiered the second single “Compromise Me” from their forthcoming EP “Where Truth Occurs”, due for release on October 11th 2019 (full release details below). Vocalist Ainsley Kavanagh explained to us what the song is about: “The lyrics for Compromise Me are about your boss, your parents, your teacher, anyone takes out their […]
America was so excited to have them come over, then they left my picture out. I had a contract with them as the sixth-member for the album……, breach of contract. So, by leaving my name– my face out, Rudolf was able to fabricate an appearance over there as if nobody is missing.
The album showcases the band’s musical and lyrical growth and is destined to become an instant classic in the band’s impressive catalog.
Favourites such as ‘Baby Loves You’, ‘Fly High Michelle’ and ‘New Thing’ were laid at our feet with superb style and picked up with fervour from the rockers at the Underworld to do with what they wished, which is my case was dancing like a blissful loony!
This will be a bad ass tour. We’ve been talking about touring with The Wildhearts since the early 2000s. Finally it happens! If you don’t like loud guitars, great songs, amazing riffs and High energy Rock N’ Roll music
‘Advice’ showcases the widest range of styles and dynamics yet from Hawk Eyes. The band’s aim was to create an album where every track has its own identity, yet it works as a whole.
The band mixes stoner rock influences with punk and new wave sounds to make their own brand of crossover rock.
Dublin-based Pedophile Priests have premiered the much-awaited first single “Przeminęła” from their forthcoming sophomore album entitled “Cancer”, due for release on November 8th 2019 (full release details below). The title of the first single “Przeminęła” roughly translates from Polish to English as “Passed”, and the lyrics, which are also in Polish, deal with the challenges […]
Since making the last record, Mercury Rising have made some changes, recruiting Stephen Ellis (ex Kaine), re-sculpting their sound and sharing song writing duties