With Confidence release ‘Long Night’ music video

With Confidence are continuing to support their cheerful brand of pop punk, providing Long Night from their recent album Better Weather with a brand new music video.

The band are heading off on a huge UK/EU headline tour this week, and you can still get tickets for some of the dates so don’t sleep on it!

UK/EU Headlining Tour
Feb 24 – Underworld – London, United Kingdom
Feb 25 – Joiners – Southampton, United Kingdom
Feb 26 – Exchange – Bristol, United Kingdom
Feb 28 – The Key Club – Leeds, United Kingdom
Mar 01 – Sound Control – Manchester, United Kingdom
Mar 02 – King Tuts – Glasgow, United Kingdom
Mar 03 – Think Tank – Newcastle, United Kingdom
Mar 04 – Basement – Nottingham, United Kingdom
Mar 05 – Asylum – Birmingham, United Kingdom
Mar 06 – Epic – Norwich, United Kingdom
Mar 08 – MTC – Cologne, Germany
Mar 09 – Hafenklang – Hamburg, Germany
Mar 10 – Nachtleben – Frankfurt Am Main, Germany
Mar 11 – Musik + Frieden – Berlin, Germany
Mar 12 – Felsenkeller / Naumanns – Leipzig, Germany
Mar 13 – Arena – Vienna, Austria
Mar 14 – Legend Club – Milano, Italy
Mar 15 – Schuur – Lucerne, Switzerland
Mar 16 – L’Espace B – Paris, France
Mar 17 – Charlatan – Gent, Belgium
Mar 18 – Dynamo Basement – Eindhoven, Netherlands

The Iron Maidens announce UK Tour for October

Bringing the cover band to a whole new game, the all female tribute act The Iron Maidens are planning a UK tour this October. You can see all the dates below as well as listen to what they are like below!


Wed 25th                   Cardiff                       The Globe                              https://goo.gl/6TBMiB

Thur 26th                   Reading                    Sub 89                                    https://goo.gl/dkCZu1

Fri    27th                   Leamington Spa       Assembly                                https://goo.gl/CrjFG0

Sat   28th                   Sheffield                   Plug                                        https://goo.gl/pdrDwd

Sun  29th                   London                     O2 Islington Academy            https://goo.gl/z7ykPw


Deez Nuts + Comeback Kid & Guests – Live @ Mama Roux (13/2/17)

Birmingham was ready to feel the hardcore for many hours has the ‘You Are Part Of This Tour’ came careening through their town to show off many different styles and attributes that this extensive genre has.

Opening up the night all the way from Portugal, Reality Slap (7) opened the night off with a showcase of their latest record ‘Limitless’ which powered through the speakers with tracks like ‘Lone Wolf’ and ‘Haymaker’ giving the newer flavour of their sound. Being the opening band, it was hard for the crowd to get into the newer band on the bill, but they all watched in earnest and showed their appreciation with the band putting in a punchy set from beginning to end.

Up next were Quebec’s own Get The Shot (9) who were looking to make a massive statement that night with a pick up of the pace and the vocalist looking to show off his energy by bringing something fast paced with an added edge of mosh frenzy with tracks such as ‘Rotting Idols’ proving to be a crowd favourite as the dancing and two-stepping started to pick up a little bit more. With songs from both their albums showing a presence in their set, the band were looking to make an impact and by the end of their set, they made a few more fans in their arsenal.

Arguably the heaviest band on the bill, First Blood (9) have a new album out titled ‘Rules’ and the first part of their set was definitely getting you accustomed to their newer material. The crowd picked up the aggression in their set and some friends took some of the hits that the fans were there to offer, which only helped fuel the sound that the band had. Moving to older material with tracks such as ‘Suffocate’ and their closer ‘Preamble’ pleased some of the veteran fans of the band, but the entire venue was transfixed at the overall presentation this band had, not taking themselves too seriously, but when it came to their topics in hand, the lyrics were full of emotion and power which near enough everyone in the venue could probably relate to.

Following that was Australian rising stars in Hellions (8) who were the group that stuck out on the list like a sore thumb and after the full on effect that First Blood had, it was time to see what the change of pace would do. The band also utilises their newer material for 90% of their set with tracks like ‘Quality Of Life’ being a nice bouncy changeup for the entire night. Other track pleasers from the album such as ‘Lotus Eater’ as well as going back to their earlier material with the track ‘Hellions’, but upsettingly it felt just like they were an opening band again due to the lack of reaction and movement.

Up next came one of the most energetic, powerful and career spanning sets you will have ever gotten to witness. Comeback Kid (10) took Mama Roux to a different level with the biggest crowd of the night. Opening up with ‘G.M. Vincent & I’, the crowd got to stage diving, moshing of all varieties and singing along to many of their tracks spanning from ‘All In A Year’ to ‘Wasted Arrows’. The band show why they are one of the greatest at what they do without missing any beats during track transitions and are encapsulated by the generations of fans who are cheering and screaming along to the band. Closing with ‘Wake The Dead’, it brought their set and the night to its peak and further pushed them into the stratosphere and will definitely make things exciting when their new album hits.

Closing the night on another strong note, Deez Nuts (9) brought many types of vibes to the end of the night with the NYC hardcore flavourings running wild up and down the venue. Tracks like ‘Popular Demand’ got the entire first few rows dancing on the spot to the immense amounts of grooves that the band possessed. Again, the band spanned their career right back to their ‘Stay True’ record and the crowd were all over the low tones that were brought into the venue. The massive setlist brought newer songs from their upcoming record to get you excited for their new album that is being released in a few weeks before closing the night with ‘Your Mother Should’ve Swallowed You’ and the crowd getting their sing along to full power and bringing the night to its very enjoyable close.

Napalm Death announce UK/EU tour with Brujeria and Power Trip

If you like some aggressive grind core elements with some crossover thrash thrown in for good measure, Napalm Death have you covered with this upcoming UK/EU tour. With supports Brujeria and Power Trip, its time to get moshing!

Check out all the dates below as well as listen to Napalm Death too!

25.04. Copenhagen (Denmark) – Amager Bio
26.04. Gothenburg (Sweden) – Pustervik
27.04. Stockholm (Sweden) – Kraken STHLM
28.04. Flensburg (Germany) – Roxy
29.04. Magdeburg (Germany) – Factory
30.04. Haarlem (The Netherlands) – Patronaat
01.05. Köln (Germany) – Underground
02.05. Berlin (Germany) – SO36
04.05. Krakow (Poland) – Kwadrat Klub
05.05. Brno (Czech Republic) – Klub Fléda
06.05. Kassel (Germany) – K19
07.05. Saarbrücken (Germany) – Garage
09.05. Birmingham (UK) – O2 Institute
10.05. Glasgow (UK) – Classic Grand
11.05. Manchester (UK) – Rebellion
12.05. London (UK) – The Electric Ballroom

13.05. Paris (France) – Le Glazart
14.05. Antwerpen (Belgium) – Zappa
16.05. Six-Fours-Les-Plages (France) – Espace André Malraux
17.05. Geneva (Switzerland) – L’Usine
18.05. Bologna (Italy) – Zona Roveri
19.05. Karlsruhe (Germany) – NCO Club
20.05. München (Germany) – Backstage
21.05. Eindhoven (The Netherlands) – Effenaar