Funeral For A Friend – new EP!

The brilliant-as-ever Funeral For A Friend will be releasing new EP ‘See You All In Hell’ just after their Oct UK dates and it includes a brand new track as well as live, acoustic and cover versions. News is here.


Low Level Flight join online roster

Canadians Low Level Flight will be releasing their second album in the UK on 31st October and will be playing some October UK dates too. Watch out for more from this stunning indie rock outfit!


letlive. live on

letlive. are set to hit the UK again next week as support to our very own Enter Shikari and have premiered some intense live footage from the band’s recent headline date at the Tunbridge Wells Forum here.

&U&I join Division roster

Fantastically talented British rock trio &U&I are now a part of the Division family and we will be rolling out a campaign surrounding their 21st Nov debut album release. The record is titled ‘Light Bearer’.


letlive. live get five

This week’s Kerrang! features a blooming brilliant double page review of letlive.’s recent sold out Kingston gig. 5 out of 5, yes siree.

TEETH and OFF! in Loud And Quiet

The new issue of Loud and Quiet features a brilliant lead album review of TEETH‘s debut album (it scores 8/10) and a feature where Damian from Fucked Up asks Keith Morris of OFF! some questions. You can also see that feature online here. Pretty awesome.


Breathe Carolina Party Hard

Breathe Carolina head to the UK this month and to preface what is going to be a party of a tour, they’ve picked out their Top 5 Party Vids for Check the piece here.


letlive. in NME and Kerrang! this week

letlive. are featured as the lead preview in the new Kerrang! and after an incendiary duo of live shows at Reading & Leeds festivals, they have also been named as one of the 20 Sets You Had To See by NME Magazine. Catch them on tour now.

OFF! reviewed in The Guardian

OFF!, which features several hardcore legends including Keith Morris of Black Flag and Circle Jerks fame have received a rather favourable review in today’s Guardian, which can also be seen online here.