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TWIN ATLANTIC: Cardiff finally gets its turn with the Scottish rockers (Tramshed, 24/08)

After having to postpone their 2020 Cardiff show (along with the rest of the tour) merely few hours before its start, Scottish rockers in Twin Atlantic are back! With their newest album Bang On The Gong, Twin Atlantic brought an incredible energy to the welsh capital. There was no doubt that the whole crowd had a great time from start to finish – beginning with Bloxx, London natives who have been supporting Twin Atlantic on the second part of their tour. And they surely made the crowd ready for the headliners. First mosh pits of 2021 and hits like ‘Barcelona’, ‘Crash Land’ or ‘Novocaine’ rocked Cardiff’s legendary venue to its core.

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All photos by Kris Kimlickova


Written by Kris Kimlickova


Seether – Wasteland

Legendary South African hard rock act Seether have just released a music video for “Wasteland”, the latest single off of their album Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum.

The song, which is in 6/8 rather than rock’s standard 4/4, offers an energetic, yet haunting picture – and the video matches perfectly.

Overall the engineering is quite good, but if you’re listening on a smart speaker or other mono device, be warned: you’re missing the rhythm guitars due to artficial widening tricks. Listen on headphones or a true stereo system to get the full picture!

Find Seether on: their website | Instagram


Wake up to some Caffeine, courtesy of Sunset Gore

Canadian hard rock act Sunset Gore have dropped a music video for their latest pair of singles, “Obsidian” and “Caffeine”. Musicians will know the feeling that creating or performing a great song brings – and that’s exactly what “Caffeine” is about, according to the band.

For fans of early 2000s hard rock along the line of Chevelle, Janus, or Deftones, Sunset Gore will be right up your alley. Explore the freedom that the band’s songs aim to share by taking a listen now!

Find Sunset Gore on: Facebook | Instagram


Townsend is held “Prisoner” due to his killer new track!

Nashville artist Townsend drops some real topics on us with his new track “Prisoner.” The song is a vocalization of songwriter John Townsend’s anxiety and entrapment inside his own head.

Despite it being on the less-heavy side of what I would post about, the track carries a lot of weight in content. Primarily acoustic guitar focused, with incorporated elements of electronic and rock music, the song has a nice mix of feeling. The combination of acoustic and distorted electric guitar is a difficult balance to achieve smoothly, and this song does it! The drums are also a nice touch moving from a less to more involved progression from the slower to higher intensity sections. The song really picks up on the latter half with some nice electric guitar tone.

Give a listen to Townsend’s new track and feel the acoustic and electric blend!

Find Townsend on: Facebook | Instagram | Soundcloud

Short News

BRING ME THE HORIZON heading on their only UK shows of 2021

Bring Me The Horizon are back! Heading across the UK on their arena tour this September, bringing along some very special guests in You Me At Six and Nova Twins, you certainly don’t wanna miss out! Get your tickets here, while they last.

BRIT and Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum-selling quintet Bring Me The Horizon is one of the most electrifying and successful rock bands to emerge from the UK. The group released their gold-certified sixth studio album, amo, in 2019, which debuted at Number 1 in 17 markets and garnered the band their second Grammy nomination for ‘Best Rock Album’ after the LP’s first single, “MANTRA,” earned them a nod for ‘Best Rock Song’ in 2018. The Sheffield 5-piece also received their first BRIT Award nomination for ‘Best Group’ this year. Bring Me The Horizon has sold over 4 million albums globally to date, played sold-out shows in over 40 countries, including two sold out nights at London’s O2