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Album Nothing’s Wrong Here released December 8th via Dog Knights Productions

Stockholm based post-hardcore band Disembarked have unveiled the track ‘Postponed’, taken from their forthcoming album Nothing’s Wrong Here, released December 8th via Dog Knights Productions. The heartwrenching track is one of the albums most epic moments, building to a huge, soaring climax. Emotionally charged yet uplifting, ‘Postponed’ wears its heart fully on its sleeve yet packs a massive punch.

Listen to ‘Postponed’ via Soundcloud.

The full length album follows their sold out first EP I Do Nothing But Regret… and will be released by Dog Knights Productions on limited deluxe vinyl and digitally on December 8th 2014.

Nothing’s Wrong Here tracklisting:

  1. Body of a Ghost, Arms of a Man
  2. Sudden Veer
  3. Nothing’s Wrong Here
  4. Postponed
  5. Absent Mother
  6. I Gave It Away
  7. Caesura
  8. Friends, Are You Still There?
  9. Grethe
  10. Saunter
  11. Hindsight
  12. Weekend Chaser


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Swedish musicologist, Karl Magnus Martinsson (AKA Magnus Reimer) is set to make his mark on contemporary electronic music with his latest track ‘It Turns Out’, set to surface this autumn. A musical academic, the track cleverly draws upon an arpeggio-rich classical style of keyboard playing but with the sounds and tones of modern Electronica. Soaking up the influence of fellow Swedes Thus Owls and The Tallest Man On Earth, Reimer also drawn on classic pop in the vein of David Bowie as well as the more technically classical Tchaikovsky. It Turns Out boasts a clear sense of melancholy and thoughtfulness.

Coming from a family of musicians, it only seemed right that Reimer learn to play the piano, and at the age of 7 was already studying the instrument. Having finished his time at University of Gothenburg, reading musicology, it was only a matter of time before a demo EP led to the release of single ‘Throw Yourself’. These first steps from Reimer into the world of commercial music were greeted with good press with one newspaper describing the Swede’s debut EP as ‘Music that really wants to fill the void and does so’,  also complimenting his ‘completely brilliant vocals’.

The self proclaimed introvert’s new release encompasses art photographer Anna Lamberg on the video front, with audiences exposed to a surreal experience of slow motion smoke and floating objects giving a stimulating under water feel to the video. The audio for the track, featuring on unreleased album ‘Tidal Lock’, was crafted with the help of Gothenburg mastering engineer Hans Olsson Brookes at one of Scandinavia’s leading recording studios Svenska Grammofonstudion

This new release from the Swedish synth and keyboard virtuoso certainly touches on electronic music’s past but with a definite branding of the Swede’s own musical identity of experimentalism, electronica, Swedish folk and classical music. In his own words, Reimer believes the track has a lot to offer; “I wanted to write a song which felt honest and direct, but from improvisations came a song which startled me with its simple beauty and complex layers of emotion. I surprised myself and I hope it will surprise others.”

Magnus Reimer on:

Official page


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Basingstoke’s TREASURES Stream New Track ‘Home’

Debut EP ‘Alive’ released on Monday 26th January 2015


Basingstoke alt-rockers Treasures are pleased to be sharing the first new material taken from their forthcoming EP ‘Alive’ set for release on 26th January 2015.

You can stream the brand new track ‘Home’ here:

Much of their material deals with the camaraderie to be found through a shared love of music and the escapism it can afford for the young and disaffected of the UK’s burn out regional towns, where a few days on the road with your friends can make the grind of everyday life in Cameron’s crumbling Britain seem a million miles away, as front man Nick Beeney pleads on opening track ‘Home’:

“Take me home, I cannot wait to leave this town, it’s not where I belong, away from you I’m standing tall. I don’t regret that bridge I’ve built, I don’t regret the pain and guilt, but I’m not alone.”

Originally formed early 2012 by bassist John Adam and vocalist Nick Beeney, joined by Jed Dewsbury (drums), Sam Page (guitar) and Sam Veel (guitar), the band spent their formative months blowing the local music scene away and their competition out of the water, soon building a solid reputation for their polished live shows.

Treasures are now ready to make a break for something bigger than their roots, with their debut EP ‘Alive’ recorded in June 2014 with Neil Kennedy of The Ranch Production House. An integral part of their unique sound are Beeney’s distinctive and guttural vocals; reminiscent of Alexisonfire-era Dallas Green they teeter precariously on top of a seething, angsty mass of Thursday-influenced riffs, whilst gang vocals borrowed from the punk and hardcore scene punctuate melody-heavy choruses the likes of which have seen a host of UK bands rising quickly to the forefront of the pack.

Treasures online:

Alive EP track list & artwork:
1. Home
2. Our Friends, Our Enemies
3. Do What I Want
4. The Waiting Game
5. Alive


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Debut first song off ‘Apex Predator – Easy Meat’ album!

Anticipating their upcoming 15th studio album release entitled ‘Apex Predator – Easy Meat’ via Century Media Records on January 26th, 2015 in Europe and January 27th, 2015 in North America, British Grindcore legends NAPALM DEATH are now launching a first online song-sample as appetizer.

Check out the new NAPALM DEATH track ‘Cesspits’ here:

While currently still on tour in Europe, NAPALM DEATH’s vocalist Mark ‘Barney’ Greenway checked in to comment on the track as follows: “Cesspits” is both literally and figuratively about people living in holes. It is perhaps one of the ultimate indignities and one of those things that a blind eye is often turned to. The subject matter called for a very savage delivery, and although there are quite a few musical facets to this song, it doesn’t stop letting rip.”

Further details about “Apex Predator – Easy Meat” album will be revealed soon…
Here is a list of all upcoming NAPALM DEATH tourdates:

NAPALM DEATH – Live 2014:
21.11.2014 Paris (France) – Le Trabendo + Hatebreed
22.11.2014 Eindhoven (The Netherlands) – Speedfest
26.11.2014 Tokyo (Japan) – Liquidroom + Brutal Truth
27.11.2014 Osaka (Japan) – Club Quattro + Brutal Truth
28.11.2014 Nagoya (Japan) – Electric Lady Land + Brutal Truth
30.11. 2014 Tokyo (Japan) – Earthdom + Brutal Truth

NAPALM DEATH – Live 2015:
22.-26.01.2015 Florida/Jamaica – 70,000 Tons Of Metal Cruise

“Through Space And Grind” North American Tour 2015:
w/ Exhumed, Iron Reagan and Black Crown Initiate
and special guests (on select dates) Ringworm, Dayglo Abortions, Theories and Phobia
27.01.2015 Miami, FL – Grand Central *
28.01.2015 St Petersburg, FL – State Theater *
29.01.2015 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade *
30.01.2015 Winston-Salem, NC – Ziggy’s *
31.01.2015 Baltimore, MD – Soundstage *
02.02.2015 New York, NY – Gramercy Theater *
03.02.2015 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer *
04.02.2015 Toronto, ON – Opera House
05.02.2015 Ottawa, ON – Maverick’s
06.02.2015 Montreal, QC – Club Soda
07.02.2015 Worcester, MA – Palladium *
08.02.2015 Poughkeepsie, NY – The Chance Theater *
09.02.2015 Cleveland, OH – Agora Ballroom *
10.02.2015 Chicago, IL – Reggie’s *
11.02.2015 Minneapolis, MN – Amsterdam *
12.02.2015 Winnipeg, MB – The Zoo
13.02.2015 Regina, SK – The Exchange
14.02.2015 Calgary, AB – Republik
15.02.2015 Edmonton, AB – Starlite Room
17.02.2015 Vancouver, BC – Rickshaw Theater **
18.02.2015 Seattle, WA – Studio 7 #
19.02.2015 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theater
20.02.2015 Oakland, CA – Metro ##
21.02.2015 Fresno, CA – Strummers ##
22.02.2015 Los Angeles, CA – House Of Blues
23.02.2015 Tempe, AZ – Club Red ##
24.02.2015 Albuquerque, NM – Sunshine Theater ##
25.02.2015 Denver, CO – Summit Music Hall ##
26.02.2015 Lawrence, KS – Granada Theater ##
27.02.2015 Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey ##
28.02.2015 Houston, TX – Fitzgerald’s ##
* = Ringworm, ** = Dayglo Abortions, # = Theories, ## = Phobia

Check in with CM Distro for all available physical formats of recent NAPALM DEATH releases:

NAPALM DEATH’s cover version of ”To Go Off And Things” by the Cardiacs is still available as charity download (Donate£1 or more at own choice!) here


Century Media Records online:

Century Media webshop:


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BLACK FOXXES release new track ‘Home’
Debut EP ‘Pines’ set for release on 24th November

“another showing of the British rock scene in rude health.” – Rock Sound
nothing short of extraordinary.” – The Independent

South west three-piece Black Foxxes have unveiled another track from their forthcoming EP ‘Pines’. Titled ‘Home’, the track documents guitarist/vocalist Mark Holley’s toil with the progression of his life. As he says “it reflects how frustrated I was feeling at the time of writing. I’m an extremely solitary person and the song mirrors those emotions. The line about building a home simply equates to wanting to have a life completely by myself, where I don’t have to live up to anyone else’s expectations.”

Black Foxxes will release their debut EP ‘Pines’ on 24th November. Doing so totally independently, the trio have cultivated a sound incorporating a dynamic mix of raw noise, extremely immersive vocal breaks and guitar hooks that are almost disconcerting, so considered is their drive. The previously released evocative music video for ‘River’ accompanies a moving song about the stigma attached to people falling in love. Tackling the situations people have to go through to find themselves at a young age, ‘River’ is a very relatable slice of emotive rock.

Elsewhere on the EP, ‘You Could Have Been A Man’ documents vocalist Mark Holley‘s struggle with Crohn’s disease and its detrimental effect on his life experiences. It’s a bleak track but one which enabled Black Foxxes’ existence and as he says “I’d take years of suffering for that any day.” The track ‘Pines’ is equally anguished but more abstract in its subject matter focusing on a fictional character in turmoil. Opener ‘You Gotta Grow’ explores small town claustrophobia with ‘Home’ being another exploration of frustration.

Already pricking the ears of BBC Introducing through both regional and Radio 1 plays, the band have single ‘You Gotta Grow’ already under their belts and look set to continue their trajectory towards the forefront of British rock music with their debut EP. You can’t really sum up Black Foxxes’ sound by comparing them to other artists, but they certainly concur that the classics stand the test of time for a reason. Mixing the raw, intense sound of those that paved the way for popular acts of today (Neil Young, Nirvana, Led Zeppelin) with a contemporary twist akin to the likes of Brand New and Manchester Orchestra, Black Foxxes are ready to fly the flag for modern British rock.

20th November – Indie Club at The Cavern, Exeter EP LAUNCH
24th November – The Stillery, London FREE SHOW

Mark Holley – Guitar / Vocals # Tristan Jane – Bass # Ant Thornton – Drums #


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