After a few years of inactivity, Pierce The Veil are back, and reshaping their brand of post-hardcore into its most organic and intriguing form yet.
You Me At Six begin to get back on track with some more explosive alt-rock, even if the issues from their most recent endeavours still persist alongside it.
In this Review Round-Up, a selection of debuts yields some extremely promising work from M(h)aol and Regal Cheer, and something a bit more middling from Fencer.
Hamish Hawk’s newest album pairs a stunning sound with intriguing, literate writing for an especially sumptuous indie-pop experience.
As overblown, blistering and gory as ever, Sanguisugabogg’s newest album pulls out all the stops for an NSFW death metal delight.
Holding Absence arrived in Liverpool last week, accompanied by Void Of Vision and Mayback, and blew the roof off as always. Check out our full review right here
With a refreshed lineup and some even more visceral stripes of post-hardcore onboard, Dream State’s new taster EP points to them maybe becoming better than ever.
The Soundboard Stereo returns with some upgrades, as we talk films in The Banshees Of Inisherin, Black Adam and Aftersun, as well as the usual musical fare from Beyoncé, piri & tommy and Blondie.
Vibrancy and vigour colours XL LIFE’s debut full-length, making the hardcore riotousness sing even louder.
In this Review Round-Up, the return of Zebrahead is arguably the least impactful story, against an excellent debut from Holy Popes, and Flatspot Records’ compilation of new hardcore heavyweights.