“…a pop rock monster....barbed with youthful aggression. If there's a god it'll sell like hotcakes.”
“…Young Brighton lot Telegraphs know a thing or two about melody. Then they give it a spiky edge a la Biffy Clyro and, presto, a quality work of angular rock goodness.”
“…a great big burning ball of fire straight at your record collection…. this is a ballsy twos-up of an EP that can only lead to bigger and better things.” Read more on Last.fm
Telegraphs on Thrash Hits
August 1st, 2009
After making our first ever splash page at Download Festival 2009, we thought we’d do another with the inaugural Sonisphere Festival 2009. We’re here at Knebworth for two days and we’re going to be interviewing, photographing and generally just looking at bands all weekend. We’ll make stuff too. Come and look at it all.
July 1st, 2009
Are we really half way through 2009 already? Apparently so. Feeling confused about the six months just gone, and the six left to go? Thrash Hits is here to guide you – well, through the next four weeks, at least.
For those of you lucky enought to live alongside Thrash Hits in London town, tonight sees the launch of Someone’s Yelling Fire, a new punk/hardcore/metal/screamo/emo night at the recently-reopened Highbury Garage. Get there early enough and you’ll be able to catch live sets from The Xcerts, Save Your Breath and Flood of Red. Get their later, and you get to see Thrash Hits staffers collapse at the bar following an excess of beers. Double trouble! And just a fiver to boot.
May 14th, 2009
Judging by their touring plans, Brighton’s Telegraphs have been clearly been doing the right things in front of the right people of late. We had a chat with delectable bassist, Hattie Williams about exactly what they’ve been up to.
From: Brighton, UK
Sounds like: Billy Talent, Biffy Clyro, The Automatic
Thrash Hits verdict: After working incredibly hard over the past couple of years, this Brighton mob have come along in leaps and bounds. Now, with some great tours ahead of them, theirs might be a name you start hearing a lot more of.