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Album: CB6 – Succession

August 12th, 2013

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CB6
Succession
Self-Released
05 August 2013

by Gavin Lloyd

Hardcore eh? There’s no denying that the genre’s rise in popularity over the past few years has been astronomical. When I was younger, hardcore meant nothing more than Steve Blackman and Crash Holly twatting each other around the head with steel chairs. But now I know hardcore means a lot more to certain pockets of the alternative community – so much so in fact that it’s more than just a genre, but a way of life. I recently decided to start my own hardcore band and seeing as you can never have enough bands to plagiarise…err…I mean inspire you, I decided to give the CB6‘s new album Succession a spin.

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Sunday Slaylist: Ghostfest 2013

June 30th, 2013

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We’re not at Ghostfest 2013. It started yesterday. It’s happening even more today. We were going to go and write a massive sarcastic article about the m0shbros and m0shwags and all that, but then then car we were going to hustle up there failed its MOT and the floor we were going to crash on got flooded by a broken washing machine, and we’re too cheap to buy a train ticket and book a hotel room.

It’s not going to stop us enjoying the line-up this weekend though, even if it’s just through our Sunday Spotify Slaylist.

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Future Hits 024: Evita

May 4th, 2009

Heavy music on these fair isles is as strong as it’s ever been. That’s why we’ve caught up with Bristol’s freshest charges, Evita. We had a chat to guitarist, Daniel Cranney about naming a metal band after a film with Madonna in it.

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From: Bristol, UK
Sounds like: As I Lay Dying, Black Dahlia Murder, other heavy metalcore bands
Website: www.MySpace.com/EvitaBand

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2008 into 2009: The Arusha Accord

December 17th, 2008

Another young British band from the Basick records stable is The Arusha Accord. Hailing from Reading, Paul Green is vocalist for the Home Counties metallers.

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What was your highlight of 2008?
Releasing Nightmares Of The Ocean, the feature in Kerrang!, Ghostfest… there’s been a lot of really amazing things happen. We’ve also met some awesome bands this year, who have made life a lot more comfortable for us and we’ve made a lot of new friends. I guess that’s my highlight of 2008.

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