Band Interview: Mallcops

Have you heard of NDE? No? How often does a Facebook group become a record label? Not very often. Non-Denominational Emo was started last year by Craig Lindholm to combat the toxicity of other similar Facebook groups which were plagued by genre battles and negativity. Now, the group, simple referred to as NDE, has transformed into […]

News: Muncie Girls and Sandlotkids announce split 7″

Indie-punks Muncie Girls have teamed up with shoegaze band Sandlotkids from Germany to release a four-song split 7″. The 7″, limited to 500 copies on vinyl, will be released on the 16th of October, and pre-orders are available now here, The release features a song by Muncie Girls taken from their forthcoming album, as well as a Ramones […]

Band Interview: Creeper

Creeper are getting to the point where they need no introduction. After signing to Roadrunner Records, playing a multitude of huge tours and massive festivals, the band have quickly gone from strength to strength after starting last year. They’re gearing up for the release of their new EP, The Callous Heart, which will be their debut […]

News: Drones to release “From Birth to Grave” 7″

Our friends in Drones have announced the release of a new 7″ single, From Birth to Grave, featuring a new song, and the previously unreleased “Burnt Stitches” as a b-side. Pre-order the single and exclusive t-shirt bundle by clicking here, The band are also playing a release show at the Camden Barfly in London on the 30th […]

Exclusive: Johnny Jet release video for “Shout”

Manchester’s Johnny Jet are premiering their first music video exclusively through Seeing Your Scene! On the song, the band says: Well this is our first single but the band’s been together for years, we’ve never really stuck to a genre or anything, but we’re all really into indie bangers and pop-punk, and recently we decided that […]

Live Review: Flogging Molly & Beans on Toast (Leeds, 12/08/15)

Flogging Molly kicked off their short UK run around their appearance at Boomtown with a show at Leeds University. Beans on Toast kicked things off with his “drunk folk” songs, immediately setting the tone for the evening as he had the entire crowd laughing, singing and occasionally making chicken noises. His song “I’m Going to […]

Live Review: Touché Amoré + supports (Nottingham, 10/08/15)

Touché Amoré earlier in the year announced a four-date tour of the UK to follow their appearance at Hevy Fest. Seemingly due to the exclusivity of their Hevy show, all of the shows announced were up past the Midlands, and we were lucky enough to catch them at Rescue Rooms in Nottingham. New Moon kicked things […]

Live Review: Hevy Fest 2015

Hevy Fest has had a well-known rough few years, but the lineup announcements this year seemed to show a new energy in the festival. Taking place at Port Lympne in Kent, the festival showcases some of the biggest bands in the heavier genres. Kicking things off for us on Friday afternoon was CHON who brought […]

News: Hevy Fest 2016 tickets on sale

After a successful year, Hevy Fest, the alternative music festival located at Kent’s Port Lympne, has announced it will be returning next year.  The festival will take play Thursday, August 11th to Saturday, August 13th, with lineup announcements coming “sooner than you may think.” Tickets are on sale now here. Weekend tickets are £79, or […]

Band Interview: A Wilhelm Scream

We sat down for a chat with A Wilhelm Scream’s Trevor Reilly (guitar/vocals) before their headline show in Nottingham. We spoke about their roots in New Bedford, the ten year anniversary of their classic album Ruiner and their plans for their next record.  How’s this tour going so far? Oh, it’s going awesome so far. […]