Falling In Reverse – Losing My Mind
The release of their latest single ‘Losing My Mind’ is Falling In Reverse‘s since releasing their album Coming Home last year. The track’s lyrics sees Ronnie Radke speak about staying true to himself: “I’m not ready to change / I’m doing my thing.”
Veins – Blood On My Hands
Alt-rockers Veins released their debut single ‘Ambi’ in 2017 to great reviews, and they quickly moved on to playing Camden Rocks Festival and being played on BBC Radio 1. Not slowing down on their fast rise, the band have now unveiled their new single ‘Blood On My Hands’.
Arms Like Anchors – Slaves
Italian metalcore band Arms Like Anchors have just released their new single ‘Slaves’, and along with it a killer music video. Hailing from Milan, the band have played alongside the likes of Of Mice & Men, Being As An Ocean, Napoleon, Your Demise and more. Make sure to keep your eyes peeled as the band gear to release their debut full-length later this year.
Wolf Culture – Wreck
Bournemouth band Wolf Culture recently shared the exciting news that they’ve signed to Common Ground Records, and alongside it they have released their first track ‘Wreck’. “This track is about having strong insecurities about relationships whilst being in a relationship and the effect it can have on its well-being,” shares vocalist/guitarist Max Dervan.
Haggard Cat – Bone Shaker
Haggard Cat is a duo featuring Tom Marsh and Matt Reynolds from HECK. Now they’ve released their new video for ‘Bone Shaker’, inspired by Japanese Kabuki Theatre. Taking them 28 days to create, the video was completely self-made and Matt shares: “We found footage of a crazy Japanese gameshow where contestants would act out given scenes using mime. We completely underestimated how much effort, coordination and timing goes into the art. Every prop you see in the video is homemade by us and everything that happens we acted out with a group of friends in one room.”
Decade – Human Being
Decade‘s new video for their track ‘Human Being’ follows the band on across Europe on their last tour in autumn/winter, which means it features some pretty scenic shots. The track is taken off their latest album Pleasantries, and “is a song about the human condition and the basic traits we all have in common, as well as all the things that set us apart.”