Funeral Shakes Announce UK Dates

Following their debut record release, Funeral Shakes have announced some UK dates throughout the summer. Check out the full list below.



26th – Stafford Red Rum (W. Wilhelm Scream and Darko)



14th – Cheltenham 2000 Trees Festival

19th – London The Monarch (W. Strange Planes and The Good Good Things)



16th – Birmingham Subside (W. Frown Upon)

17th – Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach (W. Frown Upon)

18th – Cheltenham The Frog and Fiddle (W. Frown Upon)

19th – Bedford Esquires (W. Frown Upon)

31st – Hertford Wilkestock Festival


2000 Trees Festival Announces More Bands

If I was going to 2000 Trees I’d be sold on the lineup already but that isn’t the end of the announcements for it yet!

The festival has announced another 20 bands to the line-up.


Here is who’s been added.

Frightened Rabbit

Blood Red Shoes

And So I Watch You From Afar

My Vitrol

Black Honey

Queen Kwong


Blood Command


Funeral Shakes



Nova Twins

Bloody Knees


PD Liddle

No Violet





The Festival takes place at Upcote Farm, Cheltenham between 12th – 14th July.


Music Video’s 30/12/17

Okay, it’s time for the final Music Video countdown of the year! In two days 2017 will be no more and I wish my readers of Almost Anything Music a Happy New Year!

Now let’s get to the videos.

The first band on the agenda is the Sweedish act; Tribulation. ‘Lady Death’ is the second single off their new record ‘Down Below’, which will drop on the 26th January via Century Media. Here is the video.


Next is the latest single from Heavy hitters Five Finger Death Punch. It’s called ‘Gone Away’ which is off A Decade Of Destruction, a compilation record of their great hits.


Continuing the music is Dashboard Confessional, whose new record ‘Crooked Shadows’ is set for a release February 9th via Fueled By Ramen. This is their beautiful track, ‘We Fight’.



Let’s go to Watford for this next band. Punk. hooks. Big Hooks. If you’re into all of the above, then you need to check out Funeral Shakes new video; Lightning.


Feed The Rhino are keeping the audiences primed for their new release titled ‘The Silence’ which is still a few months away. If you want more of this band, then you need to watch Timewave Zero.


Now I know Christmas has just passed but Foo Fighters did a huge celebration live at SNL! They played Everlong and a few festive tracks. You have to see it to believe it.


Now Machine Gun Kelly is on a roll at the moment. He’s had a track with Bebe Rexha and X-Ambassadors which was on the Bright film, recently released on Netflix and he’s just dropped a fantastic video for his own track; Habits.


Next, we go to a group who’s been on the scene for a number of years now Feeder. They’ve been a little quiet recently but they have a best of compilation record out which is their best of. Here’s their video, Figure You Out.


Papa Roach has had their latest record ‘Crooked Teeth for over half a year now and they’re still going strong, especially with this new video for ‘Traumatic’.


Now for the final video of 2017, this has been out for a little while now but I think it needs to be shown because of the theatrical nature of the music video but it’s a fantastic video to end 2017 on. Here’s A Statue Of The King from Avatar.

Music Video’s 17/11/17

You know what it’s time for? That’s right another music video roundup! Ten of the best videos of the last week and we’ll kick things off of Watford based Group Funeral Shakes with Over You! Some Punk – Rock goodness will follow as the group will release their self titled record on February 16th via silent Cult Records.


Now this band have taken a little break but are now back within fighting force as London hardcore group Feed The Rhino have shared a new track titled ‘Heedless’. This is their first single which will feature on their upcoming record, ‘The Silence’.


Now this band are about to embark of a UK headlining tour, but they were about at the beggining of the month for Radio 1 Rocks (and yes, there’s one of these coming every week). This is Pvris and their cover of Everlong by Foo Fighters.


Next is the electronic hardcore group I See Stars. This track is titled ‘Everyone’s Safe In The Treehouse’. This video follows them on their tour of Asia and their time visiting towns and cities as well as their performances.


Now this is trippy. A warning of awesomeness must come with this intense new video for Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes video for Spray Paint Love.


Let’s go a little more indie accompanied by an amazing video. This is Bully with Feel The Same.


Now, after the release of their latest record, The Canyon, the Used have dropped a new video for ‘Rise Up Lights’. A warning of intensity is in effect now.


Next this pop punk band shared a track a few weeks ago which was perfection. Now here’s the video for Waterparks amazing track Blonde.


And for the pentulimate video we’re turning to Sheffield’s own, Rolo Tomassi. This track got it’s world premiere on Caniel P. Carter’s Rock Show on BBC Radio 1 the other week and now, here is Rituals in its glory.


And now for the final video of the week. This band dropped their latest record last week and now Evanescence have unveiled a video to accompany their track, Imperfection off their new record Synthesis.


And that’s it for this week’s ten of the best music videos of the last week. Don’t forget to check back next week for another round of ten of the best!