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“Marvellous urgency and intelligence – all layered fuzzy guitars, a pounding rhythm section, impassioned vocals and the unlikeliest hooks… To The Bones are sure to become a significant name in UK independent rock… Keep your eyes and ears open.”

- Rocksound Magazine

To The Bones are essential. Imagine the Pixies tackling Motorhead, all skewed pop melodies and agitated guitar work. Singer Rhys Bradley possesses the most glorious guttural growl since Kurt Cobain shredded his larynx for our listening delight. Read more on

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Future Hits 157: To The Bones

September 30th, 2013

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From: Bolton, UK
Lazy equation: (Future Of the Left – the sneer) x the ghost of grunge
URL: Website // Facebook // Twitter

Thrash Hits verdict: Sometimes you just need to drop all that polyrhythmic mathcore nonsense on its head and get back to basics. To The Bones are four people who make raucous, none-of-your-nonsense rock’n’fricking’roll music. If you could smell through the internet, we are sure they would smell of whatever the dirty plaid shirts of a dozen dirty grunge heads smell like. And we mean that in the best way possible. That’s why we dropped vocalist/guitarist Rhys G. Bradley a line to ask him all about To The Bones.

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To The Bones release new track, Emperor’s Ride

March 8th, 2013

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Bolton heavy rockers, To The Bones will release a new song, ‘Emperor’s Ride’ on 22 April 2013. It’s a good one if you like Motörhead or Nirvana. There are some downright filthy sounds coming out of this Soundcloud. Mixed by legendary knob-twiddler Dave Eringa, it’s definitely their finest work to date.

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The Great Escape 2011: see some good bands in Brighton this weekend

May 11th, 2011

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It’s time for The Great Escape 2011 so we’re off to Brighton for a few days to drink beer and get a dry face and fuzzy ears from watching bands while standing near to a large, salty body of water.

Because TGE is a big thing, there’s not very much metal going on so we thought we’d point out the token gigs of heaviness for you and list all the bands that we think are noteworthy PLUS when and where they’re playing.

There is nothing here that resembles a Turisas song.

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