Why not watch our interviews from the day too?
We caught up with Bury Tomorrow, The Defiled and Lower Than Atlantis for a few quick festival questions as they played Hit The Deck. Check out the video and, while you’re at it, see how CtrlAltRock spent their day at HTD!
Only in its second year, Hit The Deck has managed to grapple its way to the very top of the UK day festival scene. Helped by a constantly stellar line up and its home in arguably the UK’s best music venue, how long it will take before Hit The Deck ‘does-a-Slam-Dunk’ and expands all over the country can only be a matter of time. Read more…
Photos of The Used at their sold-out show at King Tuts, Glasgow are now up in the galleries section. Enjoy!
Check out our photo gallery of Bedford quartet Don Broco supporting The Used at King Tuts.
As the festival draws ever closer, another wave of bands has been announced for Slam Dunk Festival. Playing only their 3rd show since being joined by new frontman Wade MacNeil, Gallows will be appearing in what is sure to be a fantastic performance. Other bands announce include Capdown, Random Hand, Sharks, Hildamay, Straight Lines, Misser, Acoda, Our Time Down Here and an acoustic set from Attack Attack / Dopamine frontman Neil Starr.
If that isn’t enough to excite you, the lovely people at Slam Dunk have made a ‘Dunkumentary’ recap of last year’s festival to get you going. You can check it out here. Who are you most excited to see at the festival this year?
If you’ve ever wondered what it would sound like if The Summer Set covered ’99 Problems by Jay-Z then wonder no longer, we’ve got the video that’ll give you the answer.
Canterbury, one of the most beloved UK bands are set to release their second album ‘Heavy In The Day’ through Sweet Lime Records on July 9th. The album is available for presale now here and will be celebrating its release with an intimate launch show at Camden Barfly on July 19th. Tickets will be available at this link on 25th April and are bound to go quick, so don’t miss out!
Say Anything have released the music video for Say Anything, due for release on May 21st. You can catch them on tour around the UK with Slam Dunk Festival, and those lucky few who reside in London can also checkout their headline show at XOYO on May 24th.
A collection of photographs of Arizona’s finest, The Summer Set, at QMU, Glasgow is up now!