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Sunday Slaylist: Finch – What It Is To Burn

October 21st, 2012

Earlier this week in a statement made via Altpress, influentioal post-hardcore types Finch announced they would be reforming n order to perform the entire of their 2002 debut, What It Is To Burn, to mark the 10th anniversary of its release. They’re even bloody well getting their original drummer, Alex Pappas, back on drums, and he hasn’t played with them since 2004. Yep, it’s safe to say, this is going to be a pretty special occasion.

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The Thrash Hits Podcast 007: Hevy Festival 2012 Preview

July 25th, 2012

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This week’s podcast has Tom Doyle joinging Hugh back in the Thrash Hits studio, and this week they’re taking a long hard look at the line-up for Hevy Festival 2012. As the UK’s up-and-coming hardcore, punk and rock festival prepares for its fourth year, we’re looking at the headliners, our top picks from lower down the bill, the unusual layout for this year’s festival, as well as baselessly speculating on the potential this young festival upstart has for the future. Oh, and mouthing off about a couple of bands. Y’know – the usual.

The Thrash Hits Podcast 007: Hevy Festival 2012 Preview

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Sunday Slaylist: Sonisphere 2012 – What Might’ve Been

April 1st, 2012

Queen Brian May Adam Lambert CANCELLED Thrash Hits

There’s not denying it – for UK rock fans, the cancellation of Sonisphere 2012 was the biggest news story this week. Unless something incredibly dramatic happens later this year, we’d put good money on it being one of – if not the – biggest news story of the entire year. It’s because it’s such a momentous news event that we’re dedicating this week’s Sunday Slaylist to the acts that were supposed to be performing at Knebworth this Summer…only with an extra little twist….

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Kvelertak, Crowbar, and Electric Wizard among the 11 new names announced by Sonisphere Festival for Knebworth

March 6th, 2012

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Sonisphere Festival have confirmed 11 new bands for their Knebworth bill this July. Heading up this new announcement are Kvelertak, Crowbar, and Electric Wizard, and along with the rest of the new additions to the line-up, brings the total number of bands announced for Sonsphere UK this Summer up to a total of 34.

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EP: Glassjaw – Our Colour Green (The Singles)

January 25th, 2011

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Our Color Green (The Singles)
Self-Released
01 January 2011

by Andy Parker

With hiatus-after-hiatus, mixed-up side projects, debilitating health issues and quite frankly two of the hugest egos on the planet, Glassjaw are finally gearing up for the eventual release of the ‘much awaited’ new album later in 2011. Before that though, Glassjaw (well, Daryl Palumbo, Justin Beck and 2 others) have decided to released this digital EP of non-album singles.

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Whatever Happened To Nu-Metal? It went to East London for a one-off clubnight tonight, that’s what

June 3rd, 2010

You remember last year, just after Limp Bizkit announced they were getting back together, when all the major metal media started fretting over the possibility of a nu-metal revival? They couldn’t decide whether to be delighted or appalled, and they all endured a week of psychological constipation until metal fans shrugged, got on their the Summer, and everyone promptly forgot about “the nu-metal revivial”.

Well, everyone except a single London clubnight promoter, it seems….

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Glassjaw/Thursday/Converge supergroup record gets a release date

August 6th, 2008

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The powerviolence supergroup United Nations are releasing their eponymous debut album on 9 September 2008 through Eyeball Records.

Featuring Daryl Palumbo (pictured above in the ill-fated Tuned Magazine) of Glassjaw and Head Automatica, Geoff Rickly of Thursday and Ben Koller of Converge, United Nations are going to spit out some gnarly sounds.

This album is going to heavier and dirtier than your mother. And the track titles are bloody great. ‘The Shape of Punk That Never Came’? Amazing.

United Nations self-titled album tracklisting
‘The Spinning Heart of the Yo-Yo Lobby’
‘No Sympathy For A Sinking Ship’
‘Resolution #9’
‘Model UN’
‘The Shape of Punk That Never Came’
‘My Cold War’
‘Filmed In Front of A Live Studio Audience’
‘Revolutions In Graphic Design’
‘I Keep Living The Same Day’
‘Subliminal Testing’
‘Say Goodbye to General Figment of the USS Imagination’

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