Music Videos 24/08/18

Heyyyyyy. Sorry there wasn’t a post last week. I was in a massive work overdrive for my final hand in! Yes I did say final so hopefully, everything’s going to be back to normal ASAP!

We’re going to kick things off with a little bit of With Confidence and their video for “Moving Boxes”. This is coming off their newest record, Love And Loathing which was one of my favourite releases of 2018 thus far.


Now, Woes are one of my favourite new bands at the moment where they just instantly grabbed my attention. I’ve seen them twice so far this year and will see them when they support State Champs in the coming months which I can’t wait for! For now though, things are getting aesthetically pleasing in their brand new single for ‘Over it’.


Now for a little bit of Yorkshire Pop-Punk. And that’s something you don’t hear about often. Check out their latest offering in Can’t Say I’ll Miss You.


Moving on, Blackpool based band Boston Manor are gearing up for their new record release in ‘Welcome To The Neighbourhood’ which is set to be released via Pure Noise Records on September 7th. for now though, here’s their latest release in the form of ‘Bad Machine’.


For the next video we’re off to the South Coast. Up and Comers Acres have shared a new video for their amazing track, ‘Medicine’ where the writing of the lyrics for this was a cathartic process for vocalist Ben Lumber.


With Reading and Leeds Festival this weekend, Harrogate hardcore outfit Blood Youth shared the beginning of the latest chapter with their brand new song ‘Starve’. It’s their first material released since last year’s debut record ‘Beyond Repair’ and the first since introducing Matt Hollison into the fold as their full-time bassist. Check out Starve below.


Now as a solo act, William Ryan Key has been pursuing a solo career which is paying off well with the release of his debut EP, ‘Thirteen’. Taken from footage on the road, he has compiled them into the following video for ‘Old Company’.


Recently, Post-Harcore New Yorkers Glassjaw wrapped my a main stage slot at this year’s ArcTanGent festival and to top things off, they have dropped a video which comes from their acclaimed record, ‘Material Control’. Check out ‘My Conscience Weighs A Ton’ below.


And another band that are gearing up for a new record release is Pop-Punker’s WSTR. Identity Crisis is being released on the 31st of August but we’ve been given another look at what’s to offer with the video for ‘Crisis’.


We’ll go Post-Hardcore for the last video on this list. With Hands Like Houses, they’ve gone down a much more rock direction with the track for ‘Monster’. It’s the second single to come from their upcoming fourth record, ‘-Anon’ and is accompanied by a retro horror film feel.

And that’s it for this weeks music video list. I do apologise that there was a gap in last week’s countdown but hopefully it’ll be back to normal from next week.


Bring Me the Horizon Detail Their New Record

Fresh off the release of their latest single, ‘Mantra’, Bring Me the Horizon have announced the details of their upcoming record and announced some UK dates toward the end of 2018.

First off, the record is called ‘Amo’ which is set to be one of 2019’s first best records of the year. It will be released on January 11th 2019.

Here’s what it looks like.


The first single off the record is called ‘Mantra’ and if you haven’t heard it yet, have a listen to the track below.

And the band have announced a few shows for November! Here’s where they’re playing.

November 2018.

23rd – Birmingham Arena

24th – Leeds First Direct Arena

25th – Glasgow SSE Hydro

27th – Cardiff Motorpoint Arena

29th – London Alexandra Palace

30th – London Alexandra Palace


Marilyn Manson Forced To Cancel His Set In Houston After Collapsing On Stage

Over the weekend in Houston, Texas Marilyn Manson collapsed on stage during his shos.

He was forced to cut his set short after performing only songs, due to illness which caused him to collapse on stage during his performance of ‘Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This).

The Houston Press reported that he was suffering from food poisoning and that Mandons’s tour manager escorted all photographers from the photo pit just before the show started due to Manson feeling unwell and now wanting to have his photo taken.

Tonight Alive Announce 10 Year Anniversary Tour

Tonight Alive fans can be excited! They’re coming back to the UK for a run of very special shows in November.

Hitting up the UK for 11 shows, Tonight Alive will be playing two nights in London and Manchester with the first being a “Fully Plugged Performance” show and the second being a special unplugged “10 Year Anniversary Acoustic Performance”.

Here is where the band are playing.

November 2018

8th – Glasgow Oran Mor

9th – Newcastle Northumbria Institute

10th – York Fibbers

12th – Birmingham Club Academy

13th – Manchester Club Academy

14th – Manchester Club Academy (Unplugged)

15th – Birmingham O2 Insitute (Unplugged)

17th – London O2 Academy Islington

18th – London Bush Hall (Unplugged)


Burn It Down Festival Complete 2018 Line Up

It’s not long until Torbay’s very own Burn It Down Festival is taking place and now the event’s organisers have confirmed the full lineup. It’s pretty awesome.

Here is the full lineup of fans.

Arcane Roots
Bar Fight
The Bottom Line
Carcer City
Dream State
Grove Street Families
Lotus Eater
Mallory Knox
Parting Gift
Press To MECO
Silent Screams
Stay Late
We Struck Gold
Wolf Culture
You Know The Drill
The Young Hearts

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Burn It Down Festival takes place on September 1st 2018 at several venues in Torbay, Devon.

Fronz (Attila) Fights With Security For “Hurting” Fans.

Attila is currently in the middle for their Rage Fest Tour across North America but Attila frontman Fronz is in the middle of things again.

In some fan-shot video footage that’s been posted, Fronz paces across the stage shouting into his microphone saying, “Fuck your shit. Fuck this shit. We’re never playing Vegas again. You lost this shit ’cause of your bullshit security motherfuckers.”

The frontman steps forward and punches one of the security staff in the back of the head and later throws a microphone stand into their direction, leading to the band’s headline set being cut short.

Here’s the footage.

Shortly after the show, Fronz took to Twitter to apologise to the fans and to reiterate that the security was hurting fans during their performance.

Then apparently the cops got involved!

But don’t worry, they band made it to California safe and sound with no police involvement has occurred since the situation at the time of writing.

And he ended up responding to a local LA news reporter of News 3 who reached out to him for an interview. Here was his response.

The security company hired by the venue for the evening was Contemporary Services Corporation and their Nevada Vice President Jay Purvis spoke with News 3 saying:  “They were all professional in performing their duties for our client, Hard Rock.”

Hard Rock have issued the following statement.

“The safety and security of our fans, staff and performers is our top priority. We are disappointed in the escalation of events at the Attila show last night. While we believe security acted in an appropriate way to protect the best interests of guests, we are reviewing the incident to ensure proper protocol was followed.”

Panic At The Disco Announce UK Tour

It’s time to bring Pray For The Wicked to come to the UK shores.

Panic! At The Disco have announced the dates for their UK tour, which is coming in March next year.

Here’s when those dates are.


24th – Glasgow SSE Hydro

25th – Cardiff Motorpoint Arena

26th – Birmingham Arena

28th – London The O2

30th – Manchester Arena

Pre Sale is open from Wednesday August 29th.

Nothing, Nowhere Not Appearing At Leeds & Reading Festivals

Following the mass cancellations of Nothing, Nowhere’s tour last month, there has been another cancellation as the frontman is seeking treatment for his mental health.

Nothing, Nowhere was scheduled to appear on The Pit stage but has pulled out of this weekend’s festivals as he continues his recovery.

This is what he posted.

My thoughts are with Joe as he continues his recovery.

Normandie Detail New Record,’White Flag’

Two years have passed since the release of their debut record,’Inguz’ but it’s time for the Sweedish Alternative Rock/Post-Hardcore group known as Normandie to deliver their follow up record.

Their new record is going to be called ‘White Flag’ and will be released via Easy Life Records on October 26th 2018.

You can check out the cover artwork and full track listing as well as a stream of the lead single ‘Ecstasy’ below.

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  1. Ecstasy
  2. White Flag
  3. Enough
  4. Dead
  5. (Don’t) Need You
  6. The Bell
  7. Moth
  8. Maniacs
  9. Summer
  10. Keep Fucking It Up
  11. Fever
  12. Heaven

You can pre-order the record from Amazon, Google Play, Itunes and the band’s Offical Webstore.