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2017/04/26

Bring Me The Horizon’s new album won’t be “super heavy”

Bring Me The Horizon‘s move to a stadium-friendly sound split their fanbase down the middle, and it seems the Sheffield quintet aren’t backing away from their new sound.

Keyboardist and producer Jordan Fish recently spoke about the band’s plans for their [...]

 
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2016/11/23

Jared Dines “It’s fun to write songs even if people can’t take me seriously.”

YouTube star Jared Dines is known equally for his quirky comedy and god-like guitar skills. He took a break from shredding to have a chat to SoundReview about his latest output, and believe me there is a lot to talk about.

Jared Dines on the path to The Dark and The Light

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2016/08/31

The Beautiful Monument interview: Lizi Blanco “This lineup was the best thing to happen to us”

Melbourne’s The Beautiful Monument are not your average pop-punk band. The four-piece gave the Australian scene a shot of attitude with their 2015 EP The Lost. The EP won them fans across the country with a powerhouse mix of pop-punk, hardcore and alternative rock. The band travelled [...]

 
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2016/08/24

Drown This City interview with Alex Reade – “I never planned to scream!”

Post-hardcore act Drown This City are putting themselves firmly on the map of Australian heavy music. They’ve been turning a lot of heads with a unique sound that mixes electronic and crushing riffs. The five-piece also have the song-writing chops to back it all up.

Frontwoman [...]

 
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2016/08/23

Label gives Architects’ sales directly to band after Tom Searle’s death

Following the death of Architects’ guitarist Tom Searle, the band’s Australian record label UNFD will give revenue from the band’s sales directly to the band for one month without taking any cut themselves.

Tom Searle passes at 28 years of age

 
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2016/08/12

The Amity Affliction: This Could Be Heartbreak Review – Band goes pop, still sad about life

The Amity Affliction’s This Could Be Heartbreak was released today, and the album continues the arc that the band started with 2012’s Chasing Ghosts. Amity has been moving closer to pop since that album, and This Could Be Heartbreak takes the band into even further into [...]

 
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2016/07/25

A Day to Remember show off melodic side on new Bullfight single

A Day to Remember debuted new single Bullfight on the BBC Rock Show with Daniel P Carter yesterday (stream it here). So far the singles from the album have been hard-hitters, but Bullfight showcases a more melodic side, similar to the rockers on 2013’s Common Courtesy. Frontman [...]

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