Video Exclusive: Eye The Bomb’s new single Debt Roulette

When we first met Blackpool rap-rockers Eye The Bomb we were instantly intrigued by their self-description: “Hip-Hop Punk-Funk-Fuckery Rock-Riffed up to Buggery.” Try saying that after a few jars of ale. Thankfully, the rap-rockers are not just about fancy tongue-twisters though. Garth ‘GGGarth’ Richardson, who produced Rage Against The Machine’s self-titled debut album as well as working with…

Single Review: Silverstein – Ghosts

When I first discovered rock and metal music back in the early 2000s, my musical education was shaped by bands like Taking Back Sunday, Hawthorne Heights and Silverstein, who crossed the fine line between punk, emo and rock. Canadian rockers Silverstein have always a band that you struggle to pin a genre to, leaping between fast-paced emo, heavy…

Chasing Cadence release Watching The World video

Chasing Cadence, one of our favourite up-and-coming British bands, have released a new video for Watching The World, which is taken from the band’s recent Destroy Something Beautiful EP. The video follows a similar premise as that of previous video for Everyone Relax – with gunmen hunting down. There’s clearly an ongoing narrative along the gun theme,…

Video Review: Chasing Cadence – Everyone Relax

If you’ve not heard of Chasing Cadence before, then we’d like to introduce you to a very special up and coming British band. They’re fast, they’re frantic, they’re brutal but they’re also brilliant, melodic and, in Jack Harris, they have a singer whose voice makes the hairs on your arms stand up. The video for…

Video Review: Coheed & Cambria – Bridge & Tunnel (demo)

If you’re a long-time fan of Coheed & Cambria – from back in the days of In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth and Good Apollo I’m Burning et al – then you’d be forgiven for not recognising their new video release Bridge & Tunnel as a C&C track. The wonderful rocky guitar riffs and driving drums on tracks like…