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Holding Absence announces rescheduled European Headline Dates for February & March 2021

Fast-rising Welsh post-rock quartet Holding Absence have announced the rescheduled European dates for their tour with Static Dress and Wargasm.

The four-piece will take to the road in February 2021. Tickets are on sale now. Check out the dates below!
 
European Tour Dates 2021:
February 18th Antwerp, BE - Kavka
February 19th Paris, FR - L’International 
February 20th Cologne, DE - MTC
February 21st Hamburg, DE - Headcrash

Sharptooth to release new studio album “Transitional Forms” on July 10th 2020

Hardcore/Metalcore band Sharptooth is ready to shake up 2020 with their forthcoming album, “Transitional Forms”. The record is set to be released on July 10th, 2020, via Pure Noise Records. 

Pre-orders are available here, alongside a brand new music video for first single, “Say Nothing (In the Absence of Content)”. Watch the video below.
 

Strike Anywhere to release new studio album “Nightmares of the West” on July 17th 2020

Punk veterans Strike Anywhere have signed to Pure Noise Records and announced the band’s first new music since 2009. “Nightmares of the West” will be released on July 17th, 2020. The band also released the brand new song “Dress the Wounds”. Listen to the new track below.
 

Stinky to release new studio album “Of Lost Things” on June 12th 2020

The French quintet Stinky – whose metallic hardcore “makes you feel like you can headbutt through a brick wall”, according to Midlands Metalheads Radio – have unveiled a music video for the second preview track for their forthcoming third album (and M-Theory Audio debut), “Of Lost Things”.

Check out the brand new and intense video for “Strangers with Familiar Faces”, below. Stream the new single here.

Ash Return to release debut album “The Sharp Blade of Integrity” on May 1st 2020

Ash Return have set to their debut album “The Sharp Blade of Integrity”, on May 1st, 2020.

After the sudden end of HC legend Miozän, it become obvious very quickly for 4/5 of the band members: giving up was not an option, but to continue under the same name wasn’t even up for debate. Although the main influence was to remain in the classic hardcore style of the late 80s, the new sound would be combined with classic metal influences à la Iron Maiden for example.

Loathe release official video for new single “Two Way Mirror”

Forward-thinking experimental metallers Loathe are set to release their long-awaited sophomore album “I Let It In and It Took Everything” on February 7th, 2020, via SharpTone Records.

Today the band release a new single from the album, titled “Two Way Mirror”. The track is accompanied by an official video featuring the five piece and can be viewed below.

Heart To Heart signs with InVogue Records and releases music video for new single “Insufferable”

California based Heart To Heart have signed with InVogue Records. The band will be releasing a new single this month along with an EP in the coming months.

Check out the music video for the first single, “Insufferable”, below. You can pre-save the new single here.

Quiet is nice. Quiet is comfortable. But quiet is dangerous, too - because quiet is the perfect disguise for a revolution.

Loathe announces February 2020 UK Headlining Tour

Loathe, who last week announced their long-awaited sophomore album “I Let It In and It Took Everything” (February 7th, via SharpTone Records), are pleased to reveal a nine date UK headline tour for February 2020, to celebrate the record’s release.

Accompanying Loathe on the road will be God Complex, Phoxjaw (ex. Glasgow + Newcastle) and The Well Runs Red (Glasgow + Newcastle only).