Thrash Hits

November 15th, 2009

Sunday Spotify Slaylist: Visible Noise

Visible Noise Sunday Spotify Slaylist Thrash Hits

There’s nothing we like better here at Thrash Hits than celebrating a British success story – and that’s exactly why we’ve dedicated this week’s Sunday Spotify Slaylist to Visible Noise. For the last decade, the leading indie label has been at the forefront of giving Brit-talent their first and second steps up the ladder.

There are three sides to this week’s Slaylist – firstly, we have Visible Noise’s big boys – Lostprophets and Bring Me The Horizon, as well as Bullet For My Valentine, to whom Visible Noise was licensed to put out some early EPs of. Then there’s the old skool – Kill II This, Labrat, and Kilkus, bands that had the dubious honour of helping shape the Thrash Hits editorial team’s teenage boozing. And finally there’s the new kids – The Plight, Outcry Collective, Your Demise, The Dead Formats….the guys coming up through the label’s ranks in 2009.

Spotify are still limiting new free users to their service, but since we’ve got an absolute shedload of invites anyone who hasn’t downloaded Spotify already can just send us an email and we’ll get you sorted quick-snap. Yes, we are that awesome.

Listen to our Sunday Spotify Slaylist: Visible Noise Special

After Lostprophets, Bring Me The Horizon are Visible Noise’s golden boys right now

We decided to keep our Slaylist to acts specifically attached to Visible Noise – that meant acts signed to its sister-label, Cacophonous, weren’t eligible for this week’s Slaylist. You think maybe we should give Cacophonous their own Slaylist? Let us know in a comment down below.