FFAF, GFJD, Computers live in K!

This week’s Kerrang! Magazine features glowing write-ups of live shows by Funeral For A Friend, Gay For Johnny Depp and The Computers (all 4 / 5 apiece!). We enjoyed them too!


The Get Up Kids in Q and MOJO

The Get Up Kids‘ new album ‘There Are Rules’ is out now and both MOJO and Q feature great write-ups of the rcord in their latest issues. “an inherently youthful band gracefully making good” – MOJO.


J Mascis video exclusive on NME

J Mascis is on the homepage of the NME right now, chatting exclusively with Maureen. The guitarist is set to release his first ever solo album on March 14th.

Sound of Guns on NME

Sound of Guns‘ free download of their new single Breakwater was rated as one of the top 10 of the week on NME this week. Great stuff!


letlive. rule.

The amazing letlive. are the latest addition to the Division roster and it’s exciting times for the band as they hit the UK next week with Your Demise! Check out a video included in the Kerrang! Playlist here, which also includes ‘Hang You Up’ from Yellowcard.

Thursday announce album six!

Epic post-hardcore pioneers Thursday are back in a big way in 2011 with new album ‘No Devoluci√≥n’ which will be released on 11th April. It’s a heady mix of crunching riffs and swirling synths with vocals that alternate between ethereal melody and visceral screams.

TGUK NME Video Premiere

The Get Up Kids‘ first music video in seven years was premiered on NME.com this weekend and is now featured on the homepage, or you can go direct to the promo clip here.

IPS session live on Virgin

As well as many single reviews for American Trash, Innerpartysystem‘s live iPhone rendition of the track has gone live on Virgin with some great homepage coverage.

TGUK and FFAF in Rhythm

Funeral For A Friend and The Get Up Kids both received 4/5 scores for their forthcoming albums in the latest issue of Rhythm Magazine. The mag proclaimed that FFAF’s ‘Welcome Home Armageddon’ is “the album of their career”.


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