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Therapy? announce EU and UK TOUR celebrating the bands legacy!


Not many bands make it thirty years without a bumpy road but Therapy? are still standing; showing no signs of slowing down. The band who released their fifteenth album ‘Cleave’ in September 2018 are now gearing up to celebrate the bands heritage. Speaking on the event, vocalist Andy Cairns comments: …

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Poly-Math unveil their new single, ‘Sensors In Everything’!

Brighton-based prog rock band Poly-Math are pleased to announce their return with a brand new EP scheduled for release in 2020. As a teaser of what fans can expect from new material, the band have unveiled epic lead single ‘Sensors In Everything’. ‘Sensors In Everything’ is the band’s first release …

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All Wrong talk about their new single, “Fever Dream”!

All Wrong showcase the most perfected and improved version of the formation’s creative capacity through the brand new single “Fever Dream”! The latter is indeed available to stream below for those who have missed it! Embracing musical influences outside any specific immediate genre, this single supplies interesting grooves and developments …

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Hawthorne Heights announce a new release for November!

Hawthorne Heights

Hawthorne Heights have announced they will be releasing a collection of B-Sides and Rarities titled “Lost Frequencies” due out November 8th via Pure Noise Records. In addition to their announcement, the band has also released a brand new single and music video for “Hard To Breathe”. “I grew up in …

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Calgary’s Woodhawk announce new album for November!


Calgary’s Woodhawk are at it again with a new album being released in November! With it comes their first single “Weightless Light”, available to stream below for those who might have missed it! “On previous efforts, we wrote from a science fiction standpoint. It’s where we all were at, at …

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