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Marmozets’ premiered brand new song last night! Listen back here

Posted on January 22, 2018

Marmozets‘ premiered ‘Start Again’ last night on the Radio 1 Rock Show with Dan P Carter as his ‘Rockest Record’. Have a listen back right here before it is released officially on Friday. 

Marmozets’ brand new album ‘Knowing What You Know Now’ is out this coming Friday. Pre-orders are available here.

Creeper set to support All Time Low on their UK arena tour!

Posted on January 17, 2018

It has been announced that Creeper will be main support to All Time Low on their upcoming UK arena tour in March!

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Turnstile ‘Time & Space’ album pre-orders now available!

Posted on January 12, 2018

Pre-orders for Turnstile’s forthcoming album ‘Time & Space’ are now available in the Roadrunner Records store. You can also pre-order on iTunes and Amazon too.

Defined by perpetual motion and dedicated to personal freedom, Turnstile requested in 2011 that we play by “New Rules”; in 2013 that we Step To Rhythm and “Keep It Moving”; in 2015 that we strive for Nonstop Feeling; and in 2016 that we “Come Back For More” with Move Thru Me.

Always more appeal than demand, more liberation than limitation, Turnstile extend their hand in 2018 with Time & Space.  Recorded with producer Will Yip at Studio 4 in Conshohocken, PA, Time & Space marks Turnstile’s Roadrunner Records debut and sees the band exploding the most outsized tropes of hardcore with tremendous heart. Comprised of Brendan Yates (Vocals), Franz Lyons (Bass/Vocals), Brady Ebert (Guitars), Pat McCrory (Guitars), and Daniel Fang (Drums), Turnstile’s brand of youth-minded, youth-driven hardcore punk is intent on breaking down barriers, sonically and ideologically. Continuously looking outward, Time & Space is the result of a band operating without boundaries, always growing, always in super-motion.

Born in Montgomery and Prince George’s, the two most important counties in the world bordering the most important city in the world (Washington, D.C.), with aide from Columbus, Ohio, Turnstile has gripped listeners and press around the globe with their, “…melodic riffs, bright-eyed spirit, and riotous sets…” as noted by The New Yorker. NPR revered Turnstile as, “…freewheeling and heavy…with shout-along choruses and grooves that do more than just open up the pit,” with The Washington Post adding, “…the unabashed funkiness of Turnstile feels so invigorating.” Noisey declared, “…(Turnstile) has positively exploded, moving from exciting prospect to one of the most talked about bands in hardcore,” while Stereogum asserted, “Right now, the biggest band in hardcore might be Turnstile… .” Thrasher Magazine wrote “These guys are powerful,” with GQ agreeing, “Turnstile is more than a good hardcore band—they’ve got a whole movement behind them.”

Xentrix back catalogue now available for streaming and download!

Posted on January 8, 2018

Stone cold classic cut from the Roadrunner crypts! Xentrix 1990 ‘Ghost Busters’ EP is now on Spotify and all other digital platforms as well as their albums Shattered Existence (1989), For Whose Advantage? (1990) and Kin (1992).

Turnstile announce new album ‘Time & Space’ and release new song ‘Generator’

Posted on December 15, 2017

Turnstile has announced details of their new LP TIME & SPACE, which will be released February 23rd on Roadrunner Records.  The band has also shared the new track, “Generator,” which is streaming now via NPR’s All Songs Considered blog.

Turnstile’s Brendan Yates tells NPR, “’Generator’ is about near-death experiences; out-of-body happenings that really open you up to see your true self without the noise of the world.”

Recorded with producer Will Yip at Studio 4 in Conshohocken, PA, TIME & SPACE marks Turnstile’s Roadrunner Records debut and follows their 2015 breakthrough, NONSTOP FEELING.  Earlier this year Turnstile shared TIME & SPACE’s lead track, “Real Thing,” along with an official music video directed by Mortis Studio (Adult Swim, Earl Sweatshirt). Pitchfork declared, “…the broad appeal of ‘Real Thing’ makes it clear Turnstile are not looking backwards.”  TIME & SPACE features additional vocals from Sheer Mag’s Tina Halladay on “Moon,” while Diplo offers added production to “Right To Be.” Pre-orders for TIME & SPACE will be available starting Friday, January 12th.

Comprised of Brendan Yates (Vocals), Franz Lyons (Bass/Vocals), Brady Ebert (Guitars), Pat McCrory (Guitars), and Daniel Fang (Drums), Turnstile has gripped listeners and press around the globe with their, “…melodic riffs, bright-eyed spirit, and riotous sets…” as noted by The New Yorker. NPR revered Turnstile as, “…freewheeling and heavy…with shout-along choruses and grooves that do more than just open up the pit,” with The Washington Post adding, “…the unabashed funkiness of Turnstile feels so invigorating.” Noisey declared, “…(Turnstile) has positively exploded, moving from exciting prospect to one of the most talked about bands in hardcore,” while Stereogum asserted, “Right now, the biggest band in hardcore might be Turnstile… .” Thrasher Magazine wrote “These guys are powerful,” with GQ agreeing, “Turnstile is more than a good hardcore band—they’ve got a whole movement behind them.”

Marmozets unleash ‘Major System Error’

Posted on December 11, 2017

Last night Dan P. Carter premiered Marmozet’s brand new song Major System Error as his ‘Rockest Record’. Check out the video that released today and get a free download of the track plus ‘Play’ and ‘Habits’ when you pre-order their forthcoming album ‘Knowing What You Know Now‘ which is out on January 26.

Marmozet’s hit the road again at the start of 2018 too! Tickets are on sale now.

FEBRUARY
02 Cardiff, The Tramshed
03 Southampton, Engine Rooms
04 Brighton, Concorde 2
06 Cambridge, Junction
07 London, Student Central, ULU
08 Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
09 Newcastle, Riverside
11 Sheffield, Leadmill
12 Edinburgh, Liquid Room

Creeper ‘Christmas’ EP is out now!

Posted on December 8, 2017

Creeper’s ‘Christmas’ EP featuring their cover of Elvis Presley ‘Blue Christmas’, The Pogues ‘Fairytale Of New York’ and their own song ‘Same Time Next Year?’ is out now.

You can listen on Spotify and download on iTunes.

Stone Sour announce exclusive UK shows for June!

Posted on December 6, 2017

After blazing a trail across UK venues this month, STONE SOUR are excited to announce they’ll be returning to these shores for three additional UK dates in 2018 in support of the band’s Top 5 album, ‘Hydrograd’.  These will be the band’s ONLY UK dates next year.

Frontman Corey Taylor tells us “We’re excited to return to the UK for a second time in support of ‘Hydrograd’.  These are STONE SOUR’s only UK dates in 2018 and we’re happy to include two cities we didn’t play in December.  STONE SOUR are building towards our future, so come out in June and have a fucking good time with us!”

Dates line up as follows:

Sun 17th Jun – MANCHESTER O2 Apollo
Mon 18th Jun – LONDON Roundhouse
Tue 19th Jun – NOTTINGHAM Rock City

Tickets are on pre-sale from 10am today, Wednesday 6th December and on general sale from 10am Friday 8th December.  Pick up your tickets from all usual agents and online at www.livenation.co.uk/artist/stone-sour-tickets.

Brand new Creeper and Corey Taylor on the Radio Rock Show: Listen back!

Posted on December 5, 2017

Listen back to Corey Taylor’s Music Ruined My Life and Creeper‘s brand new song ‘Same Time Next Year?’ right here! 

Creeper Share Their Take On ‘Fairytale Of New York’

Posted on December 1, 2017

 

2017 has been a phenomenally successful year for Southampton sextet CREEPER. Their debut album ‘Eternity, In Your Arms’ received a rapturous critical reception across the board when it was released earlier this year. The album fired straight into the Top 20, and in the process elevated these black-clad outsiders into a mainstream proposition with the potential for an even bigger future.

 

CREEPER had previously earned Best British Newcomer at the Kerrang! Awards, Best New Band at the Metal Hammer Golden God Awards, and Best British Newcomer in the Rock Sound readers’ poll.

 

Now CREEPER put the finishing touches on the year by sharing their take on The Pogues’ Christmas classic ‘Fairytale of New York’. It’s a faithful adaptation which adds some raw CREEPER energy to the original, as Will Gould and Hannah Greenwood add some of their own flourishes to their reprisal of Shane MacGowan and Kirstie MacColl’s duet.

 

‘Fairytale of New York’ will feature on the band’s new ‘Christmas’ EP which will be released on December 8th. It will also feature brand new original song ‘Same Time Next Year?’ which contrasts the dark romance of Gould’s festive-themed lyrics with a towering holler-along hook. The EP closes with a stripped-back version of ‘Blue Christmas’, the enduring seasonal favourite that was made famous by Elvis Presley.

 

Of the ‘Christmas’ EP Gould comments, Ever since we were kids ‘Fairytale of New York’ has always been our favourite Christmas song. Shane MacGowan and Kirsty MacColl trading insults in the lyrics and the overall sad tone of the song always appealed to us – we’ve wanted to cover it for some time. Alongside this we covered ‘Blue Christmas’ and our own original Christmas song too. The three songs form something of a miserable Christmas EP. We are really pleased by how it all came out and hope our fans will be too. “

 

This weekend sees CREEPER embark upon the ‘Theatre of Fear’ tour which will take their theatrical presentation to a whole new live level. The dates are:

 

DECEMBER

3rd – Glasgow, O2 ABC

4th – Birmingham, O2 Institute

5th – Bristol, Trinity (SOLD OUT)

7th – London, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire

9th – Manchester, Albert Hall

10th – Southampton, Guildhall

 

All shows are now close to selling out. Any remaining tickets are available from livenation.co.uk and ticketmaster.co.uk. Support comes from Can’t Swim, Microwave and Nervus.

 

The commitment of the CREEPER cult fanbase can be further demonstrated with yesterday’s release of the book ‘Whatever Happened To James Scythe?’ which was published by 404 Ink. Billed as ‘A report for the Ombudsmen of the Preternatural’, the book reopens the case of the mysterious disappearance of the private investigator who has become a central part of the CREEPER  journey so far.

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