Blood Youth – Starve

I still remember getting that first Blood Youth record Beyond Repair for review and being blown away but at just how hard-hitting and melodic it was. Never did I think though that it would take them to where they currently are. We now find them about to release new record Starve (both Rude Records) and there is a lot of anticipation surrounding it. High profile tours and high energy live shows have only added to what was already a solid foundation. Continue reading

Blood Youth New Video For “Keep You Alive”, New Album In 2019

Modern hardcore metal Blood Youth have shared a new single and video from their brand new song ‘Keep You Alive’. The track comes off of their highly anticipated second album, Starve, which is due out on Rude Records on 22 February 2019. Watch the clip right now! Continue reading

Blood Youth – Beyond Repair

It won’t have gone unnoticed just how well British bands are faring in all genres of rock and metal at the moment. It seems at all levels we’re flourishing, and now throwing their Hardcore hats into the ring are Blood Youth. Hailing from Harrogate, Yorkshire, the band have garnered a lot of praise for high energy live shows and a much revered EP called Closure (Banquet). Continue reading

Devin Townsend, Max and Igor Cavalera, Orange Goblin, Sick Puppies Added To Download Festival 2017

Already featuring a massive lineup of bands, Download 2017 has added 20 more names to the roster with Devin Townsend Project, Code Orange, Max & Iggor Cavalera playing their ‘Return To Roots’ show, Sick Puppies, rapper Machine Gun Kelly, Sikth, Suicide Silence, Ty Bryant And the Shakedown, Krokodil and many more announced. Continue reading

Ghostfest (UK) Adds Heart Of A Coward & More To 10th Anniversary Line-up

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Despite already boasting a packed line up, topped by US Hardcore Heroes Hatebreed, alongside Emmure, Despised Icon, Angel Dust, Martyr Defiled and Venom Prison amongst others, Ghostfest 2015 has confirmed the addition of Heart of a Coward, Stray From The Path (both of whom are fresh from devastating sets at this years Download Festival, Malevolence and Blood Youth.

The festival, which takes place with the same line up on two different days, Saturday 5th September at Leeds University Union (site of Damnation Festival) and Sunday 6th September at Motion in Bristol (site of Temples Festival) is shaping up to be the best Ghostfest yet, as the boat is pushed out to celebrate their tenth anniversary.

 

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Download Festival announces King 810, In Flames, L7 + 20 more

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The full line up of the UK’s Premier Summer festival, Download Festival, is beginning to take shape with the addition of 23 more acts including Thrash Metal Kings Testament and legendary Brit Rockers Thunder.

The most high profile of today’s announcements, King 810 are confirmed a year after they had to cancel their spot on the bill due to the arrest of vocalist David Gunn.

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