Worker Wore Slipknot Mask To A Play Area

Oh no. Thing’s didn’t go down well when a member of staff at a Kent adventure park wore a replica mask of Corey Taylor’s Slipknot Mask.

According to one parent, he, “He walked around the tables and then was accompanied by a rather graphic skeleton zombie character into the actual soft play area where the children were a lot of children were crying and visibly upset,” wrote parent Charlotte Nolan.

The worker was wearing a replica of Corey Taylor’s mask from the ‘All Hope Is Gone’ era.

The owner of the park did apologize and also called for the people to stop leaving his staff abusive comment online.

Here, it comes to a point where you can think; oh this is absurd, appalling for our children. Yes, this may be the case but all you ask is that the company would apologise to the parents and that it wouldn’t happen again. But leaving abusive comments toward staff is the exact same thing as say, trolling celebrities online. It just isn’t on because they’re victimising the staff, making them feel vulnerable and making them feel unsafe at their place of work. With hindsight, the parents should’ve expected that some of the workers would wear something scary because of the fact it’s Halloween. Trying to censor what people wear or curb their choices is victimising them for no reason. There’s no law saying that you can’t wear this but all there is for the matter is common sense. Especially since the park has previously warned parents if their staff will be dressed like monsters then it shouldn’t come as a surprise that workers would wear this.


Waterparks Post Studio Diary About Upcoming Album

Waterpark’s second record ‘Entertainment’ is a little way off from being released but that hasn’t stopped the band teasing it just a little bit.

The band have posted a studio diary about their time recording the record.

Check it out below.

Entertainment is to be released January 26th 2018.

If you haven’t had a chance to listen to their latest single, ‘Blonde’ or have been hiding under a rock, you can listen to it below.

Skindred Announce 2018 UK Tour

Fans have been speculating Skindreds upcoming album for a while now, which is expected to be announced soon. But in the meantime, metallers Skindred have announced a headline UK tour for April.

Here is where the band are playing.

April 2018

19th – Norwich – UEA

20th – Southampton – O2 Guildhall

21st – Nottingham – Rock City

22nd – Manchester – Rock City

24th – Glasgow O2 ABC

25th – Bristol O2 Academy

27th – Leeds O2 Academy

28th – London O2 Brixton Academy

29th – Birmingham O2 Institute

Support will be coming from the Pennsylvanian alternative band, CKY.

Here’s a glimpse of their music.

Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased from Live Nation and Skindred’s Official Website.

Marmozets Announce Rescheduled UK Tour Dates

The other day Yorkshire band Marmozets had to postpone their tour while going from date to as due to the illness of one of their member. Now the band has confirmed the rescheduled dates.

The dates affected were because their vocalist Beeca MacIntyre developed Bronchitis and a respiratory Infection.

The did state that: “Becca has developed bronchitis and a respiratory infection and while firstly that means you wouldn’t be getting the show you want, and we want, it also wouldn’t be right for her to perform and risk her voice long-term. We’re so bummed about this, and we hope that you understand we didn’t make the decision lightly.”

The rescheduled dates for their tour are:


1st – Portsmouth – Wedgewood Rooms

2nd – Norwich – Arts Centre

6th – Bristol – The Fleece

7th – Bournemouth – The Old Fire Station

9th – London – The Garage

Support for the dates will come from Queen Zee and The Sasstones.

Tickets for the original dates are valid for the rescheduled dates.




New Music Video’s 26/10/17

It’s that time of the week again! Time for another round of new music videos! That’s 10 of the best released in the last week and we’ll start in the form of Knuckle Punk!

Here’s what happened when they played a birthday party in their music video for Gone.








Next is the latest from Rise Records band Eighteen Visions. It’s off their latest record XVIII and it’s an absolute belter. Here’s Underneath My Gun.





Now, we’re hoping straight across to Hopeless Records newcomers Hold Close. They only get one chance for a first impression and they do not disappoint. Here’s Temper.





Now, we’ll go a little bit heavier. This band have just wrapped up a run of dates in Europe in support of their latest record, ‘Will To Power’ This is Sweedish heavy metal outfit Arch Enemy with their latest video in The Race.









Next, let’s move to Watford. This band consists of members of Gallows, Sikth and Nervus/Blackholemade and they’ve come together to form Gold Key. This is their video for their new track; Kerosene.







Another new band has come. We were Sharks just signed to Victory Records and revealed their debut record, ‘Lost Touch’, for February 23rd. This is their first single, Beyond Repair.










Getting further into this weeks list is The Black Hand. They’re from California and they’ve tapped Michael Cudlitz of The Walking Dead fame to their video. This is the video for the track, Where Are You Now.











Now, going a bit heavier is in the form of legends Trivium. This is a track off their new record, The Sing And the Sentence. It’s a video which has been a while coming but it’s released now. Here’s Thrown Into The Fire.



The penultimate track is a cover! They’ve revealed they scrapped an album this week but something else is on the way. For the moment though, this is New Years Day’s cover of Gangsta.





Now the last track of the week. I always want to end on something beautiful or spectacular.

Well, this week has been fortunate. A few days ago, Evanescence dropped a new video for their track ‘Imperfection’. It’s taken from their upcoming record ‘Synthesis’ which is set to drop November 10th. Check it out below.



And that’s it for the ten best music videos in the last week. Check back next week for another ten great music videos.


Pvris Announce EU Tour Support

People have been wondering who Pvris are taking with them on their journey throughout Europe next month.

Well, it’s been announced, in the form of Scottish band Vukovi!

Here’s what they sound like.

Here’s where they’ll be supporting Pvris.

Bullet For My Valentine Update Fans On New Record

NEW BFMV is coming!

That’s right the welsh giants of rock are on their way back to stardom as they posted this to their Instagram account.

Their last record was called Venom which was released in 2015.

The last piece of new music was their single titled ‘Don’t Need You’.

Every Time I Die’s Jordan Buckley Being Sued!

It’s a bad time for stage-diving at the moment!

This comes as it’s reported that Jordan Buckley of Every Time I Die is being sued for stagediving onto someone.

Detroit news outlet WXYZ wrote, “he allegedly lept from the stage directly onto {a crowd member’s} head”.

Although this is apparently coming as a surprise to the guitarist as he tweeted this:

More on this as we get it.

Area 11 Announce Christmas Show

Area 11 have announced they are playing a special one-off Christmas show at Boston Music Rooms in London on December 12th.

Support is coming from Anavae.

Vocalist Sparkles had this to say about the show.

“I think this is our only headline show this year! We had a load of fun playing festivals over the summer, but there’s something really special about headline shows, especially at Christmas. We did a big one last year in Bristol and I imagine this year’s show is going to be even more insane. We’ve been quiet for a few months as we’ve been hidden away in the studio working on our third record, and honestly I’m going a bit crazy writing all day, so this gig can’t come soon enough; and who knows, we might even sneak in a new song on the night too!”

Tickets go on sale October 27th at 10AM.