For the uninitiated, Hostile are a groove metal band from the West Midlands. Their work values a heavy riff in the tradition of Pantera and Lamb of God and their first two albums were produced by the legendary KK Downing. So far, they’ve shared stages with Megadeth, Soulfly and Machine Head and their career is going from strength to strength.
Since releasing their free download album ‘Not For Everyone’ back in January 2017, The 1957 Tail-Fin Fiasco have been suspiciously quiet.
Over the past year, they’ve been working on new material and a new album is now expected before the end of 2018.
Cross genre punks Millie Manders and The Shutup have shared a new video for ‘One That Got Away’ a few days ahead of their EP release, which you can watch in full below.
The new track shows the UK band throwing out some serious riffs and horns on a track that should appeal to fans of Save Ferris, Capdown and other great ska/punk sounds. It promises very well for the rest of the EP, proving that the hard gigging act’s skills translate very well to the studio experience.
Dot Dash’s 2018 LP ‘Proto Retro’ is easily the best of their career. For the prolific band, the album very much presents a turning point: they’ve dispensed with the punkier elements and Mod based experiments. Instead, ‘Proto Retro’ concentrates on the band’s power pop interests.
To tie in with their autumn tour dates and as further promotion for their 2018 LP ‘Islands’, indie rock legends Ash have unveiled a new video for their new single ‘Confessions In The Pool’.
‘Confessions’ really taps into the band’s poppier side and has more in common with their ‘True Love 1980’ single than the better known classics ‘Burn Baby Burn’ and ‘Girl From Mars’, while the glossy video clip involves a choking priest and a teenager whom gets mistaken for the messiah.