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1) Wounds (also going by Wound) is Bartosz Szturgiewicz from Poland, creating ambient music, also the co-owner of Terranean Recordings. Debut album 'Winter Ambient Works' released in 2010.

2) A post-punk/hardcore band from Dublin, Ireland.

2010 began with a bang for Wounds, as they supported the likes of Gallows & Cancer Bats to name but a few. Shortly after Wounds' first UK tour came the release of their lauded debut EP 'Dead Read more on

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Vans Warped Tour UK @ London Alexandra Palace – 16-17 November 2013

November 27th, 2013

After he returned from his weekend at the UK’s version of Warped Tour, Gavin Lloyd requested special dispensation to write a 1400-word missive on his experience at Ally Pally with a few thousand other grebos. If you’re an emo, feel free to call this longform journalism. If you’re not… go and read a real website.

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As a teenager I spent many summers flicking through music magazines in awe of the Warped Tour. It was always a dream of mine to head over to the States and take in this travelling punk rock circus in person. Alas, I never actually got to go and I watched as the Warped Tour evolved into something of a mismatched monster. While they’d still invite the likes of The Bouncing Souls along out of what I guess is a sense of respect, things were different. The internet gave birth to ‘crunkcore’ bands being booked and getting stalls in the merch village. Still, it’s not all bad, Katy Perry played one year. With that in mind, I welcomed the fact that Warped now comes to the UK’s shores and headed along to Alexandra Palace to check it out, obviously disappointed Katy Perry wasn’t present.

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EP: Wounds – Dead Dead Fucking Dead

April 9th, 2010

Dead Dead Fucking Dead EP
29 March 2010

by Andy Parker

Dublin-based Wounds have whipped up a bit of a media storm of late. Currently being touted by some magazine fuckwits as ‘art-hardcore’ – presumably a combination of art house and hardcore punk (oh how do you do it!? I wish I could be as imaginative as you) – I prefer to think of them as exactly what they are – a bloody raging post-punk outfit reminiscent of Scratch Acid, Big Black and Drive Like Jehu, with a bit of the good bits from The Horrors chucked in for good measure.

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