MARISA AND THE MOTHS stream new single

MARISA AND THE MOTHS stream new single


MARISA AND THE MOTHS have released their new single, 'Slave', taken from their debut full-length record, Marisa And The Moths (self-titled), due 15th November.

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'Slave' continues MARISA AND THE MOTHS' hard-hitting introduction, a band who bring to mind the best hard rock and grunge bands of the 90s. Triple guitar duties are shared between frontwoman and vocalist Marisa Rodriguez, Chris Merton, and Sophie Lloyd. Sophie in her own right is a well-regarded guitarist, with over 230,000 YouTube subscribers, 50,000 Facebook fans and 127,000 Instagram followers.

For fans of Halestorm, Foo Fighters, Audioslave, MARISA AND THE MOTHS deliver a deeply personal sound, detailing Marisa’s struggles with anxiety and everyday sexism amongst other themes. The music is the perfect vehicle for Marisa’s voice, soulful and powerful, as well as Sophie's eye-popping guitar skills.

UNEVEN STRUCTURE release new single 'Everyman' with music video shot at Euroblast Festival

UNEVEN STRUCTURE release new single 'Everyman' with music video shot at Euroblast Festival


French progressive metal pioneers UNEVEN STRUCTURE have released their final pre-release single 'Everyman' from the upcoming album Paragon, with a video recorded live this September at Euroblast Festival in Germany.

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Paragon, the new full-length and successor of 2017's La Partition, is set to be released on 18th October 2019 as exclusive bundles, limited double vinyl, CD Digipack and digital via Long Branch Records.

Paragon is available for pre-order here:

Paragon crystallises an age of newfound maturity for UNEVEN STRUCTURE, a vision clearer than ever, showcasing a need to expose their genuine inner self. With rock solid foundations and a strongly curated team of devoted partners surrounding them, UNEVEN STRUCTURE's forthcoming opus is set to break boundaries and overcome any obstacles that might be thrown along the way, to bring this music to anyone that needs it in their lives.

Hailing from France, one of the biggest emerging markets and breeding stock for bands within the Metal and Progressive Rock scene, UNEVEN STRUCTURE formed in May 2008 from the willing of Benoit Friedrich and Igor Omodei to finally bring the technically enhanced and progressive music they had been working on for themselves, alive. The sound they were aiming to create was a one of a kind merger of groovy polyrhythmic guitar riffs with huge slick of ambient guitar leads, which with no doubt they accomplished.

In December 2009 they released their first EP with the help from singer Daniel Ädel (Vildhjarta). The EP has obtained great feedback through thousands of downloads through the span of a few days, already allowing the band’s name to spread on the internet in January 2010. Later that year, vocalist Matthieu Romarin joined the band, enriching their sound with his unique, both clean and heavy singing.

The band made their first live performances in Europe in 2010 and released the first album Februus in October 2011 via Basick Records, the British label leading the avant-garde and experimental metal market. After releasing Februus, acclaimed by press and audience unanimously, saluting the creativity and technicality, the band made multiple tours and festival appearances through Europe and Russia with Tech Metal and Prog Rock pioneers such as Protest The Hero, Textures, Animals as Leaders and Tesseract. In 2013 the French metallers released a re-recorded version of their debut EP 8, as a gift to their early fans for being supportive and believing in the project. From then the band continued to tour in multiple countries all across Europe from Portugal to Russia. Accounting more than 100 shows since the release of their first album and some highlight gigs performing at Brutal Assault, Euroblast Festival and a full European tour with Protest The Hero.

From 2013 onward, UNEVEN STRUCTURE worked on the follower ofFebruus. This next step, a full concept album called La Partition, released on April 21st 2017 under the guidance of their new label, Long Branch Records. WithinLa Partitionyou can hear and feel the progress the band made sinceFebruus, their sound now being even more complex and perfectly arranged, catchy and experimental. A perfect combination of the hardness of metal with the elaborate techniques of prog and the atmospheric sounds of ambient.

Following this new chapter, UNEVEN STRUCTURE came back touring Europe, playing over 70 shows in 2017 supporting Textures, Twelve Foot Ninja, as a headliner and making several festival appearances such as Resurrection Festival. But instead of pushing the heavy touring schedule any further, they decided to use such a dense amount of learnt lessons and gained wisdom to clear the table, getting right back into the studio to write their newest album, soberly named Paragon, scheduled to be introduced to the world on 18th October 2019, under Long Branch Records. This album crystallises an age of newfound maturity, a vision  clearer than ever, and the need for Uneven Structure to expose its genuine inner self. With rock solid foundations and an iron handedly curated team of devoted partners surrounding the entity, this upcoming opus is set to break the boundaries and overcome any obstacles that might be thrown on the way, only to be brought to everyone that needs this music in their lives.

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CONJURER release video for 'Thankless'

CONJURER release video for 'Thankless'

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CONJURER have released their new video for 'Thankless', taken from their globally acclaimed debut LP Mire (March, 2018, Holy Roar Records).

Watch 'Thankless' here:

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The band comment: "This video was captured over summer 2019 and a multitude of shows and festivals we were a part of. Thank you for the continued support."

Shot by Joe Guppy / JG Visuals, the new video demonstrates the impressively busy year CONJURER have had, marking their rise as one of the UK's exciting new metal bands. Two tours of North America, with Rivers of Nihil and then Revocation and Voivod, bookended CONJURER's Download Festival debut and triumphant collaborative Curse These Metal Hands release with Pijn.

Watch CONJURER on tour this month with support from Earth Moves, LLNN (select dates) and Armed for Apocalypse.


19.10 Haarlem, NL - Patronaat (tickets)
21.10 Paris, FR - La Cantine De Belleville (event)
22.10 Aarau, SW - Kiff (tickets)
23.10 Liege, BE - La Zone (tickets)

24.10 Nottingham, UK - Beta (tickets)
25.10 Manchester, UK - The Star & Garter (tickets) SOLD OUT
26.10 Glasgow, UK - The Attic (tickets) SOLD OUT
27.10 Leeds, UK - The Key Club (tickets)
28.10 Bristol, UK - Crofters Rights (tickets) SOLD OUT
29.10 London, UK - Boston Music Rooms* (tickets)
30.10 Birmingham, UK - The Flapper* (tickets) SOLD OUT

*with LLNN

CONJURER have also announced their split covers EP with PALM READER, due for release 13th December via Holy Roar Records.

Boasting four tracks with two covers each, both bands pay tribute to the acts that have influenced and inspired them: CONJURER cover Mastodon and Slipknot, while PALM READER cover Rage Against The Machine and Thrice.

Full tracklisting:

1. Conjurer - Blood and Thunder (Mastodon)
2. Conjurer - Vermillion (Slipknot)
3. Palm Reader - Tire Me (Rage Against The Machine)
4. Palm Reader - Circles (Thrice)

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RISING INSANE release video for new single 'Last Fragments'

RISING INSANE release video for new single 'Last Fragments'

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RISING INSANE have released a video for their latest single 'Last Fragments'. The track is the second from their forthcoming album Porcelain, which is due for release on 1st November via Long Branch Records.

Check out the video for 'Last Fragments' here:

'Last Fragments', and the album Porcelain, are about vocalist Aaron Steineker dealing with grief. After losing his sister to cancer in the summer of 2018, Steineker and his family had to learn to live with their loss, holding onto memories and those close to them.

RISING INSANE deliver a mixture of brutality and fragile sensibility, and the result is an authentic song that Steineker hopes will help others dealing with loss.

Porcelain is available to pre-order in various formats here:

RISING INSANE deliver music in a dualistic manner: post-hardcore inspired rage is coupled with melancholic overtones, creating a sound that is irresistible to fans of melodic and aggressive modern metal.

A band with hardworking DIY roots, RISING INSANE released debut album Nation in June 2017 which quickly earned them shows with the likes of The Devil Wears Prada, For Today, Stray from the Path and more. The DIY struggle further inspired the band and fuelled their determination, which paid off with them earning a German and Austrian tour with Annisokay at the end of 2018 and a slot at Impericon Festival 2019.

Strengthened by the energy of this ride, they produced and recorded their second album, Porcelain, set for a November 2019 release Via Long Branch Records. Still inspired by self initiative and DIY work ethic, with Porcelain comes the most honest, inspiring and haunting music RISING INSANE have ever written.


Aaron Steineker - Vocals
Ulf Hedenkamp - Bass
Sven Polizuk - Guitar
Florian Köchy - Guitar
Robert Kühling - Drums


POLYPHIA announce European headline tour

POLYPHIA announce European headline tour

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Instrumental masters POLYPHIA have announced an extensive UK / European tour, kicking off 9th February 2020.

Touring in support of new album New Levels New Devils and also latest single 'Look But Don’t Touch', catch them on the following dates:

09/2 - The Belfast Empire Music Hall, Belfast, United Kingdom
11/2 - Gorilla, Manchester, United Kingdom
12/2 - Saint Luke's, Glasgow, United Kingdom
13/2 - The Mill, Digbeth, Birmingham, United Kingdom
14/2 - Trinity Centre, Bristol, United Kingdom
15/2 - O2 Academy Islington, London, United Kingdom
17/2 - GEBÄUDE 9, Köln, Germany
18/2 - Alter Schlachthof, Wiesbaden, Germany
19/2 - Muffatwerk, München, Germany
20/2 - Naumanns (Felsenkeller Leipzig), Leipzig-thekla, Germany
21/2 - Cassiopeia, Berlin, Germany
22/2 - Bahnhof Pauli (Klubhaus St. Pauli), Hamburg-nord, Germany
25/2 - Trix Bar, Antwerpen, Belgium

Check out 'Look But Don’t Touch', featuring LA-based singer Lewis Grant, here:

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New Levels New Devils reached #27 in the UK Progressive Music Chart and landed hard on the US Billboard charts, hitting #1 on Independent Albums, #2 on Current Alternative, #3 on Vinyl, #4 on Current Rock, #6 on Digital and #61 on the Top 200. The band also achieved 27 million streams on Spotify in 2018.

The record features guests from all over the map including singer-songwriter Cuco, guitarists Ichika, Mateus Asato, Jason Richardson, Erick Hansel and Mario Camarena from Chon, and Yvette Young from Covet. New Levels New Devils also marked a shift into uncharted territory where the band further blurred the lines of genre by partnering with Y2K (Killy, Yung Bans) and Judge (Migos & Marshmello, Young Thug) to help produce the majority of the tracks. Since the album release, POLYPHIA have been playing sold out shows across the US, Asia, and the UK as well as their first shows in India. The start of the new year also brought the announcement of signature Ibanez guitars for both Tim Henson and Scott LePage, solidifying their places as modern guitar gods.


Öxxö Xööx announce album details and release single/video via Blood Music

Öxxö Xööx announce album details and release single/video via Blood Music

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Öxxö Xööx, the unique French avant-garde/ experimental doom metal unit, return with another dizzying masterwork in the labyrinthine, Ÿ, which will be released on 29th November via Blood Music.

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Öxxö Xööx have also shared the first new track and video from the record. First premiered via Metal Sucks, listen and watch 'Lëïth Säë' here:

Featuring the songwriting, instrumentation and vocals of the titular Öxxö Xööx (Laurent Lunoir, ex-Whourkr), the operatic treasure Rïcïnn [Laure Le Prunenec of Corpo-Mente and Igorrr], and live drummer Isarnos (Thomas Jacquelin), Ÿ also sees guest synth guitar processing by cyber metal star Master Boot Record.

Ÿ opens with the solemn dirge of what sounds like a funeral. Dripping with beauty and melancholic doom, it gives way to bell-like organs before plodding drums build to a gothic assault. The album continues to shift rapidly from gorgeous, haunting laments to utter desperation and unhinged mania as the 78 minute journey spirals deeper and deeper into the maze of its own machinations and enigmas.

Laurent comments, "Ÿ is a very symbolic album. There are several meanings regarding its name: First of all, the umlauts symbolise the duality of our material universe. Ÿ is a two-headed "I", having two directions. It's the symbol of the choice between the path of light and the path of darkness, between vice and virtue. By its tree-like shape, it reflects human growth, whose branches rise to heavens. Ÿ symbolises the three-dimensional space (the orthonormal coordinate system x, y, z). It also depicts the corner of a cube (symbol of the earth, the stability, the hardness of the material world). "Y" can also depict the bifid tongue of the snake; the crossroad; the "Y" generation; the simplified shape of the female internal genital tract, as well as the Y chromosome in the male; the Christ (Y) on the cross (T).”

The brainchild of Laurent Lunoir, Öxxö Xööx acts as a personal artistic project outside of Igorrr where he can realise his dreams entirely unrestricted. In doing so, he attempts to raise his “being”; a kind of inner "holy war" to find what religions call "God" (and which he refers to as “Light”) in a personal way, without adhering to any religious practice. This expresses what he feels toward the material reality in which we must live. To achieve this he enlisted the help of artists who share a similar creative outlook, those whom Laurent feels a “connection” to the Light, such as Rïcïnn (Laure Le Prunenec) and Isarnos (Thomas Jacquelin). The possibility remains open for other collaborations in the future which will allow the Öxxö Xööx universe to grow even further.

Ÿ comes out on 29th November via Blood Music and can be pre-ordered here.

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ITHACA announce tour supporting Jamie Lenman

ITHACA announce tour supporting Jamie Lenman

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The UK's most ferocious metallic hardcore newcomers, ITHACA, have announced their support tour with UK rock icon Jamie Lenman.

The tour supports ITHACA's lauded debut LP The Language of Injury (1st February, Holy Roar Records) and follows shows with Anaal Nathrakh, Bleeding Through, and at Boomtown Fair and ArcTanGent festival.

ITHACA will support on the following dates:

18/11 Brighton Patterns
19/11 Norwich Waterfront
20/11 Gloucester Guildhall
24/11 Edinburgh Caves
25/11 Newcastle Cluny
26/11 Manchester Deaf Institute

ITHACA's acclaimed debut full-length The Language of Injury received support from Pitchfork, BBC R1, Metal Hammer, Kerrang!, Revolver, Decibel magazines and more, fast becoming the most exciting new band in UK heavy music in 2019.

Champions of diversity, equal representation, anti-fascism and anti-sexism, ITHACA are providing a vital new voice in hardcore, a voice heard at Boomtown Fair and ArcTanGent festivals this summer, and which decimated their sold-out album release show at London's The Old Blue Last.

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Formed out of a mutual love of metallic hardcore but despair at its lack of ambition, ITHACA draw influence from everything from Southern doom to 90's math rock, as well as the untethered savagery of early Poison The Well and melodious battery of Oathbreaker.

The result is crushing grooves and shrieking guitar squalls that give way to haunting melodic passages and desolate reprieves. The debut album will be the band's most ambitious and emotionally raw material to date, following from their 2015 Trespassers EP (COF Records/Soaked in Torment).

ITHACA have previously toured with Employed to Serve, Venom Prison, and Renounced.

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PRINCE DADDY & THE HYENA release single/video ahead of UK/Euro tour with Oso Oso

PRINCE DADDY & THE HYENA release single/video ahead of UK/Euro tour with Oso Oso

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PRINCE DADDY & THE HYENA have released new single / video 'Fuckin' A' ahead of their upcoming tour with Oso Oso. The track is taken from their new album Cosmic Thrill Seekers, out now via Big Scary Monsters.

Premiered via Kerrang!, check it out here:

Vocalist Kory Gregory told Kerrang! “Our good friend Joey Tobin compiled a bunch of footage for us during our time in their neck of the woods in this past lil’ tour we did. A lot of it is either us having fun at Disney, riding coasters, eating turkey legs and shit, or it’s us playing at a skate shop we love called Programme with a bunch of close friends and confetti everywhere. The song is kind of about like ‘seeing in color’ again after a dark period of your life. So it sort of just made sense to put Joey’s colorful and somewhat optimistic footage alongside the song."

The band soon his our shores with US punk rockers Oso Oso, check them out on the following dates:

Oct 16 – Elsewhere, Margate, UK
Oct 17 – Green Door Store, Brighton, UK
Oct 18 – Deaf Institute, Manchester, UK
Oct 19 – The Key Club, Leeds, UK
Oct 20 – The Hug and Pint, Glasgow, UK
Oct 22 – Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham, UK
Oct 23 – The Bodega, Nottingham, UK
Oct 24 – Boston Music Room, London, UK SOLD OUT!
Oct 25 – Louisiana, Bristol, UK

Cosmic Thrill Seekers, the new record from Albany punk rock band PRINCE DADDY & THE HYENA, is many things. It is an odyssey of epic, The Monitor-esque proportions, a great, galloping sonic roadtrip across space and time and Albany, boomeranging around a horn of punk, pop, indie, garage rock, and orchestral, Queen-style arrangements and theatrics; it is an exploration of the fall-out after an acid trip, manic self-destruction, bottoming-out and recovering, and then slipping again; it is a candid, acute documentation of front person Kory Gregory’s cyclical mental health states as told through three acts and 14 songs/chapters; it is an existential presentation of eternal return theory, a victory via surrender to impermanence; and perhaps most of all, it is about Dorothy Gale and The Wizard Of Oz.

There are three acts in Cosmic Thrill Seekers, each exploring a stage in Gregory’s mental health. “I remember watching the Wizard of Oz one time, and noticing some weird kind of parallels between the cyclical nature of my mental health and that movie,” he says. “My mental health rotates and jumps from one stage to the next, and then repeats itself.” The closing moments of Cosmic Thrill Seekers reflect this, as the outro to the last track, “The Wacky Misadventures of the Passenger,” morphs into the first muted notes of opener “I Lost My Life.”

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GIDEON reveal video for '2 CLOSE' featuring Drew York (Stray From The Path)

GIDEON reveal video for '2 CLOSE' featuring Drew York (Stray From The Path)

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In anticipation of their fifth full-length Out of Control, which is due for release on 11th October 2019 via Rude Records/Equal Vision Records, Alabama hardcore quartet GIDEON have revealed the video for '2 CLOSE'. The new single features Stray From The Path vocalist Drew York, with whom the band will be touring with later this year.

Check out the video for '2 CLOSE' here:

While '2 CLOSE' might just be GIDEON's grooviest and catchiest song on Out Of Control, it's still packed full of the insanely heavy riffs that the band has been churning out this year.

Pre-order Out Of Control here:

GIDEON will return to the UK and Europe later this year with Stray From The Path, The Devil Wears Prada and Loathe.


02/12/2019 - Birmingham, UK @ Asylum
03/12/2019 - Bristol, UK @ SWX (SOLD OUT)*
04/12/2019 - Glasgow, UK @ G2
05/12/2019- Manchester, UK @ Rebellion
06/12/2019 - London, UK @ Islington Academy
07/12/2019 - Southampton, UK @ The Loft (SOLD OUT)

08/12/2019 - Paris, FR @ La Maroquinerie
09/12/2019 - Lyon, FR @ Ninkasi Kao
10/12/2019 - Zürich, CH @ Dynamo
11/12/2019 - Eindhoven, NL @ Dynamo
12/12/2019 - Antwerp, BE @ Zappa
13/12/2019 - Köln, DE @ Club Volta
14/12/2019 - Herford, DE @ Krampus Fest
15/12/2019 - Karlsruhe, DE @ Knockdown Festival
16/12/2019 - München, DE @ Backstage
17/12/2019 - Budapest, HU @ Dürer Kert
18/12/2019 - Wien, AT @ Flex
19/12/2019 - Nürnberg, DE @ Z-Bau
20/12/2019 - Leipzig, DE @ Conne Island
21/12/2019 - Prague, CZ @ Meet Factory
22/12/2019 - Hamburg, DE @ Logo

*plus Knocked LooseMalevolenceJustice For The Damned & Renounced

From a very early age, most of us are moulded by the traditions of our upbringing. While there are undeniable benefits to tradition, often the fear of bucking against the expectations they create prevent us from pursuing our personal truth. Growing up in the deep south, the members of GIDEON spent years letting these mental fences dictate their creative direction. On their aptly titled fifth full-length album, Out of Control, the band is no longer allowing themselves to be put in a box, sonically or topically, to fit what is expected of them. Enhanced by its eclectic array of musical influences, including a heavy dose of 90s and 00s nu metal, clear inflections of outlaw country, and hip hop, Out of Control is a powerful statement of who the members of GIDEON really are and where they come from.  
The members of GIDEON - Daniel McWhorter (Vocals), Tyler Riley (Guitar), Jake Smelley (Drums) and Caleb DeRusha (Bass) - have encountered a myriad of cultures while touring the world in support of their music. These opportunities led to the realisation that open-mindedness and acceptance are important aspects of developing your own perspective. As a result, they’ve grown away from their roots as a 'Christian Metalcore' band and through their last three records this transition becomes apparent. On 2014’s Calloused the band offered glimpses into their internal struggle with being a 'Christian' band. By the release of Cold in 2017, they emerged more bitter and aggressive; defiant in the face of expectations. Finally, Out of Control finds the band breaking free of all previous restraints as they craft a diverse record unlike anything they’ve ever released. 
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