A full set of photos from Twin Atlantic‘s incredible show at the Alhambra, Dunfermline is up now. Check ’em out!
A lovely wee gallery of photos from We Are the In Crowd‘s stellar set at the QMU, Glasgow is up for for your viewing pleasure.
Most bands, by now, have realised that the best way to get their crowd warmed up and excited for their show isn’t a mind-blowing support band, it’s a killer intro. Over the past few years I’ve witnessed the Jaws theme, Straight Outta Compton and, in a fantastically inappropriate situation, some Whitney Houston. Tonight at the KOKO though, Twin Atlantic take the biscuit. Read more…
Yorkshire quartet Summerlin have released the first video from their debut album You Can’t Burn Out If You’re Not On Fire, which was released on Monday both in stores and online.
If you like what you hear you can catch them at their headlining shows across the country at the end of this month:
21.04 – Rock City, Nottingham
22.04 – Camden Barfly, London
24.04 – Leopard, Doncaster
28.04 – Satans Hollow, Manchester
29.04 – Stairway Club, Glasgow
Fresh off the You Me At Six UK tour, CtrlAltRock favourites Mayday Parade have just released their video for ‘Stay’. Check it out!
One must ask many questions when faced with seeing Black Veil Brides live. First, why? Read more…
Welsh rockers Funeral For A Friend have been announced for Slam Dunk Festival, with Matt saying “This years’s Slam Dunk is gonna be full on. We’re beyond excited for this, we’ve been itching to play since our last shows at the end of 2011 so be prepared for some in your face FFAF action!”
Charlie Simpson has been announced as headliner for the Acoustic Stage, along with Into It Over It, Shane Henderson of former pop-punk act Valencia, and Rob Lynch. This will of course be supplemented with additional surprise acoustic performances from bands on the other stages.
Headliner for the Dance Stage will be a DJ set from the mighty Hadouken, with more acts to be announced over the coming weeks.
If you haven’t snapped up your tickets yet we advise you do it soon! More information on ticket options and prices, as well as the full line up for North/South, Scotland and Wales as well as Slam Dunk on Tour can be found here .
The irony that Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows (D.R.U.G.S.) come out on stage at Brixton Academy to Skrillex – or something in that vein, isn’t it tricky to distinguish dubstep? – isn’t lost on this crowd, but then, this is the band who released a faux sex tape to promote a new song. Read more…