Slam Dunk Festival 2022 approaches at less than two months away, taking place over June Bank Holiday Weekend, Slam Dunk Festival has revealed stage splits for its tremendous lineup. Headliners Neck Deep, Alexisonfire, Sum 41 and Dropkick Murphys and countless more bands. See the splits below.
Alexisonfire are back with their first new studio album in thirteen years as they have announced the release of Otherness, due out June 24th, 2022 via Dine Alone Records. They have dropped the first single “Sweet Dreams Of Otherness” streaming at all DSPs, with pre-orders live at the link below later today. The album was produced by AOF and mixed by punk stalwart Jonah Falco (Fucked Up, Career Suicide). The video for the track, directed by actor/director Jay Baruchel (Almost Famous, Knocked Up, The Goon) later today. The band is celebrating 20 years since their debut album in 2022 with some exclusive appearances. Stream “Sweet Dreams Of Otherness” now!
Alice In Chains saw their stellar 1990 debut album Facelift turned 30 today, August 21st. The band themselves will be honoring the outing with a thirty-day look back at the album which will eventually culminate in a deluxe 30th-anniversary edition deluxe box set for the record. The band commented:Continue reading
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Alexisonfire has returned with first new music in ten years with a brand new 7″ single ‘Complicit’! The track is straight fire and sees the band at the full strength of their power. Complicit is available is a standard black seven-inch vinyl with a limited pressing of a translucent red variant randomly inserted throughout stock quantities. That power was also on display last week at Terminal 5 with Angel Du$t, as part of a series of shows worldwide to promote the track. Make sure to catch their remaining shows in Los Angeles, Toronto and Ottowa with support from bands like Drug Chuch and the Dirty Nil. Continue reading
As previously reported, Alexisonfire is returning with their first new music in ten years, a new 7″ single. Listen to ‘Complicit’ now!Continue reading
It’s not every day you get to put (sic) next to a band’s name, but Wardehns (sic) is just that group of troubadours. Spelling twattery aside, this Wisconsin trio’s self-released debut album, Now Cometh The Foul is a thing of beauty; its angry Sludge much akin to High On Fire via Entombed via, err, Alexisonfire, but in a good way.Continue reading
The term metalcore has come to mean different things to different people, effectively stretching to three circles of the subgenre Venn diagram. There’s the source meaning, a direct mix of hardcore and metal that spawned in the mid-to-late nineties from innovators such as Earth Crisis, Integrity et al, the post-Killswitch Engage US (and Scandinavian) variant, that nowadays seems to manifest in a multitude of watered down Atreyu doppelgangers, and finally there’s the thicker, more tech metal-tinged UK strand. And it is predominantly in this third circle of hell that we find Nottingham (UK)’s The Five Hundred with their debut full-length Bleed Red (Longbranch).Continue reading
One of the biggest heavy music festivals in the world takes place starting today at Download Festival UK 2018 lifts off! With headliners like Ozzy Osbourne, Guns N Roses, and Avenged Sevenfold, one might be hard-pressed to find a better top of the bill in 2018. Ghost Cult brings you the day by day can’t miss bands in our preview below! Continue reading
Download Festival 2018 has made another major announcement, adding 21 bands and WWE NXT Live! Wrestling to the line-up. Added to the bill are Avatar, Andrew W.K., Bad Religion, CKY, Nothing More, Black Foxxes, Hell Is For Heroes and many more. WWE will bring an immersive NXT show starring Aleister Black, Adam Cole, Velveteen Dream, Ricochet, Nikki Cross, Shayna Baszler, Kairi Sane, The Undisputed Era and more. Continue reading