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Fusion metal pioneers Dub War have released a new single titled “War Inna Babylon”, the second track to be taken from their first album of all-new material in over 25 years, ‘Westgate Under Fire’. The rousing ragga-punk cover of the Max Romeo and the Upsetters’ classic “War Inna Babylon”, features guest vocals from the legendary Ranking …

Lancaster rockers Massive Wagons are thrilled to announce the release of their third single House Of Noise on 19th June 2020. The song is the title-track of their highly anticipated new album, set for release on 17th July 2020 via Earache. Front-man Barry Mills comments: “Absolutely the very last track written for the album, we wrote …

Ex-Heck members vocalist/guitarist Matt Reynolds and drummer Tom Marsh have moved on to a new project, a muscular beast of a duo by the name of Haggard Cat. They’ve signed to legendary rock label Earache Records and will release their debut album ‘Challenger’ on April 20th. From it, the band have revealed the new video …

British rock and roll is in safe hands judging by the new track from The Temperance Movement. Called caught in the Middle, it’s taken from the bands forthcoming album ‘A Deeper Cut’, out February 16th, 2018. Of the album, guitarist Paul Sayer says “This is my favourite record we’ve made so far and I’m more …

Nottingham alt-rockers Kagoule return with a new single, Glue, ahead of their debut album Urth, which drops on August 21st via Earache records. Singer/guitarist Cai Burns says of Glue, “[it]….popped into existence on New Year’s Day of 2014. The frame of the song was sat as a garage band file called ‘so damn stuck’ and …

It’s not fair to say legendary thrash metallers Lawnmower Deth are back, because technically they reformed in 2008, after three and a half albums worth of injecting humour into the genre, and continuing in the tradition of unlikely covers, taking on the likes of Kim Wilde, Squeeze, The Osmonds and Fleetwood Mac between 1987 and …

It should be no surprise that Atlanta, Georgia rockers Blackberry Smoke are out on the road, on average they spend most of their time touring, on average playing in excess of 200 dates per year. That hard work is reaping its rewards with their debut UK album ‘The Wippoorwill’ gaining plaudits just about everywhere and …

I once read a review of some music that claimed that it was ‘a crass monster, a hideously writhing wounded dragon, which refuses to expire, and though bleeding in the Finale, furiously beats about with its tail erect.’ It illustrates two things, it shows that not everybody understands or likes new music, but also it …