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Thrash Hits Megamix DJs support November Coming Fire, Throats + Tropics this Friday at London Old Blue Last

November 17th, 2010

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Yeah, that’s right. November Coming Fire are playing in London on Friday night. Obviously, you knew that but we thought we’d tell you again anyway. Better news is that Throats and Tropics are supporting. Even ‘better’ news is that Thrash Hits Megamix is DJing before, inbetween and after the bands.

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Future Hits 177: EXES + first listen to Reptilian

July 18th, 2014

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From: London, UK
URLs: Facebook // Bandcamp

Our verdict: This is a rock band! Formed from the ashes of Tropics – a band we were quite partial to – they have become slightly odder in their melodies and there seem to be more melodies on what evidence we’ve heard so far, which we are very much down with. The great news is that there’s still a lot of rocking to be done by Exes and so they’ve let us put their new song, ‘Reptilian’ up on this site. That’s bloody good. Here’s a wee interview with Jodie Cox too. Read, listen, enjoy.

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Albums of the Year 2012: Our Contributors (part 1)

December 11th, 2012

Thrash Hits Albums of 2012

After 12 months of bickering, debating, fighting and general disagreement, the Thrash Hits contributors have finally settled on their records of the year. Later this week we’ll be publishing Raz and Hugh’s lists, as well as the final, collaborative, everyone-from-Thrash-Hits mathematically-calculated Albums Of The Year list, but for the time being, here’s (part 1) of what our contributors thought were the best and the brightest of 2012.

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Narrows release ‘Absolute Betrayer’, the first taste of new music from their forthcoming second full-length, Painted

December 22nd, 2011

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Those transatlantic metal innovators, Narrows, have gone and slipped out a preview for their forthcoming second full-length album, while we were busy throwing up Christmas decorations and generally being merry. ‘Absolute Betrayer’ showcases practically  everything we love about this band, whipped into three-minute package of technicolour goodness – and you can check it out after the jump.

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