Arson @ Penthouse Studio

Penthouse Studio has release a live performance video from the Belgian Hardcore band Arson.


The Memoirs – Means To An End

The Memoirs are a rock band from Nottingham and have a new EP called Means To An End. Listening to this song brings back good memories of Pearl Jam and Soundgarden. 

Daemon Grey – King Of Sin

If you enjoy metal then you will get a kick out of Daemon Grey‘s new single “King Of Sin”.  Like what you hear? They will be performing on July 17th at Warped Tour in Toronto located on the Lemmon Stage; if you have the opportunity, I would suggest you check them out!

Fresh – Daytime

British punks Fresh have dropped a music video featuring dogs, a Segway, and more, for their song “Daytime”. The video comes in advance of their UK/EU tour. Check out the song and tour dates below.

24th June – Manchester, Gullivers*

25th June – Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham*

26th June – House Show, Southampton*

27th June – Hope & Ruin, Brighton*

* with Great Wight

7th July – Water into Beer, London (Acoustic)

11th July – FTF Fest, Southampton (Acoustic)

14th July – Lexington, London with Don’t Worry

25th August – Rock the Baita Festival, Italy

1st September – BSM’s Big Day Out, London

3rd September – Rough Trade, Nottingham with Camp Cope & Caves

4th September – The Dome, London with Camp Cope & Caves

Suburban Samurai – Short But Not Short Enough

Burlington, VT, pop punk act Suburban Samurai released a new EP, Short But Not Short Enough, on June 6th. The EP follows their self-titled full length debut (2016) and a standalone single, “Six Month Winter” (2017). With a variety of sounds, SBNSE seems to take influence from Rise Against, Iron Maiden, Reel Big Fish, and Four Year Strong – those last three in the same song, no less.

Listen to the EP below, and check out earlier releases on SubSam’s Bandcamp page!


Wheel – Please

Finnish rockers Wheel have released their newest single, “Please”, from their EP The Divide. Heavy influences from bands like Tool and Chevelle are present in the song, which was released both as a 6:20 album version and a 3:59 radio version.

Which version do you prefer? Let us know in the comments!

Sir Reg – FOOL (Fight of our Lives)

Swedesh Celtic-punk band Sir Reg have released “FOOL – Fight of our Lives”, the first single from their fifth album, The Underdogs. The song brings heavy comparisons to The Mighty Regis’ song “Paddy Don’t Live in Hollywood”, with only a minor variation in the main riff of the song.

For comparison, here is “Paddy Don’t Live in Hollywood”.