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Comeback Kid announces November 2019 European & UK Tour with Sick Of It All

Currently on the road in the UK - set to play Oxford tonight, followed by a show in Manchester tomorrow plus a set at 2000trees (11th July) - Canada’s finest hardcore punks Comeback Kid have announced that they will be returning to the UK and Europe again this November, with Sick Of It All and Cancer Bats!

Nyt Liv releases new music video for “Aske Og Blod”

Copenhagen, Denmark-based melodic hardcore outfit Nyt Liv presents a new video for their anthem “Aske Og Blod”, which is found on their “Ensomhedens Kolde Kald” debut LP, released on May 3rd through Indisciplinarian.

On the same day, the band played a forceful show at Spot festival in Aarhus, which the English leading metal magazine Metal Hammer called “A blistering set” filled with “ferocious energy”.

Rise Of The Northstar set to perform at Rockmaraton 2019

Vocalist Victor “Vithia” Leroy formed Rise Of The Northstar (ROTN) in 2008. He drew inspiration from bands like Rage Against The Machine and Slayer, as well as rap music and Japanese anime. More than 10 years later, the self-dubbed “biggest crossover band in Europe” is promoting a new full-length album as they’re set to play at Rockmaraton 2019.

Nyt Liv release music video for new single “Fortidens Tæsk”

This past Friday, the Copenhagen, Denmark based melodic hardcore band Nyt Liv (“New Life” in Danish) released the second single “Fortidens Tæsk” (“Batterings of the Past”) from their debut album “Ensomhedens Kolde Kald” (“The Cold Call of Solitude”) set for a release via Indisciplinarian this coming Friday May 3rd.

Today, the band unleashes a brand new, simple, raw and expressive music video for the track created by guitarist Martin Goltermann.

Alpha Wolf to release new EP “Fault” on April 19th 2019

Fault in and of itself is a blameless word; it’s the weight we decide to put into the direction it’s thrown that defines who we are. Melbourne’s Alpha Wolf have spent the past few years growing, learning, understanding, and accepting, and through that growth has come realisation.

Guitarist Sabian Lynch explains: