Onto Sunday we go, and the singer of opening band Crocus was so dismayed at his microphone stopping working that he settled for simply screaming at people. He was still louder than the rest of band. Scary.
Outcry Collective's debut album, Articles was released on 27th July 2010 via Visible Noise.
We have had the pleasure to play shows with some amazing bands; Meet Me In St Louis, Flood Of Red, From Autumn To Ashes, Maylene and the Sons of Disaster, A day to remember, The Computers, Young Guns, This City, Attack Vipers Read more on Last.fm
a r t i c l e s
27 July 2009
by Vincent Danger
A lot of people are going to give Outcry Collective a lot of shit for being late to the “Every Time I Die are great” party but with their debut album, a r t i c l e s, the Brits have shown there’s more to them than just Kentucky Fried Hardcore.
Not sure what you should be getting up to in the next four weeks when you’re not dodging outbreaks of Swine Flu? Thrash Hits has some recommendations.
Sweet Drunken Bank Holidays ahoy! That’s what we like best about May – two four-day weeks, and two three-day weekends. They’re the perfect excuse to do even less work and spend even more time eating, drinking, listening, watching, and shoving metal into every orifice we’ve got going. We’ve picked 3 albums, 3 tours, and 3 events to help you select when, where and how you choose to stuff yours.
Oh, to be young again. Drinking dangerous amounts of cider in fields, thinking that smoking was cool, and going seven shades of apeshit for any gig going – well, the few that would actually let us in when we were under 16. Which is why we’re quite pleased at the initial line-up announcements for the new London all-ages all-dayer, menacingly-titled Dark Days.
The latest signings to Visible Noise, the trailblazers of British heavy music, are Outcry Collective. Lonely-sounding frontman, Steve Sitkowski discusses torture techniques and threesomes. Not at the same time, obviously.
What was your highlight of 2008?
I’m just gonna go with the first thing that came into my head – just like Dan Ackroyd at the end of Ghostbusters. We played at The Old Blue Last this year and from what I remember, it was awesome. We’ve played London a lot but that one stuck out in my head. No technical difficulties, no fights, no dickheads… ahhh, bliss.
What’s the worst thing that happened to you in 2008?
That’s an easy one – losing a band member.