New York hardcore legends Agnostic Front are pleased to announce a handful more tour dates, in celebration of their seminal debut album Victim In Pain’s 35th anniversary plus the release of their recent full-length documentary The Godfathers Of Hardcore.
The band are set to play one show in Dublin, and six UK shows this coming November. The full dates are listed below:
13th November – Dublin, The Voodoo Lounge 14th November – Belfast, The Palm House 15th November – Glasgow, Audio 16th November – Leeds, Temple Of Boom 17th November – Bristol, The Fleece 19th November – Birmingham, Mama Roux’s 20th November – London, The Underworld
jade imagine reveal debut LP and release single ‘Remote Control
jade imagine have announced news of their debut LP Basic Love, which is set for release August 2nd on Marathon Artists & Courtney Barnett’s label Milk! Records. Packed with catchy, fuzzy, art-rock sounds, their new single “Remote Control” is streaming online now, along with a video co-produced by Jade McInally and Lilli Waters.
Astrosaur announce new album Obscuroscope (Pelagic Records) for 27th September / Share new single ‘Poyekhali
Feeling Festive? So were Monotreme Records when they decided to commission their very first Christmas album!
They asked some of their favourite songwriters to create their own Christmassy covers or originals. The result is a truly heart-warming collection of songs including covers of age-old classics like ‘Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas’ (Jack Watts) and ‘Peace On Earth / Little Drummer Boy’ (The Favourite Bench); more modern classics like The Pretenders’ ‘2000 Miles’ (Stumbleine feat Elizabeth Heaton from Midas Fall), Thee More Shallows’ take on ‘Santa Baby’, and a slow-burning soulful rendition of Mud’s ‘Lonely This Christmas’ (Oliver Spalding); as well as some gorgeous originals by Reigns (‘Melchior’) and Jack Watts (‘That’s Christmas’).
Midas Fall vocalist Elizabeth Heaton’s Christmassy makeover of the Etta James classic ‘At Last’ is the latest track to be shared from the compilation. Elizabeth comments,
“At Last has been my "go to” karaoke song for years now, but I always wanted to put my own spin on it. So when it came to thinking of this years Christmas song (a yearly tradition for the band) this felt right. It truly embraces the nostalgic and warm feeling of Christmas for me”
Falmouth-based Hockeysmith, the musical alias of Annie Hockeysmith, has announced a new EP ‘Tears At My Age’, which is set for release Jan 25th via Ex-Local. The title-track, produced by Nis Bysted of Escho, is streaming online now.
Following the release of their new studio album Dissolution, through Kscope, The Pineapple Thief, one of the leading lights of Europe’s experimental rock domain, have released a new single “Uncovering Your Tracks”
Venom, the unholy trinity of Cronos, Rage and Dante, celebrate a massive 10 years together with new studio album, STORM THE GATES – a 13-track outing for blasphemers, fornicators and the forever cursed set for release via Spinefarm Records on December 14th 2018. Stream Bring out Your Dead above…