Moby & The Void Pacific Choir announce These Systems Are Failing


Moby is back with the debut album from his new project, Moby & The Void Pacific Choir. The album is titled These Systems Are Failing set for release on October 14th.

News has dropped on the BBC, NME, Quietus, DJ Mag, Best Fit, Clash, Daily Mail, Mixmag and many more.

The album comes with it’s own Manifesto:

These Systems Are Failing

Our best choices are killing us.
All brokenness comes from separation.
We’re destroying the world, and we’re still miserable.
Fat, sick, stupid and anxious are no ways to live.
These systems are failing.
Let them fail.
Change or die.

Get a taste of what’s coming…

Hear single, ‘Are You Lost In The World Like Me?’

Hear The Manifesto:

Kerrang! premiere ‘Aileen’ – the new single by British firebrand singer-songwriter Louise Distras


British firebrand singer-songwriter Louise Distras will release her brand new single “Aileen” on the 30th of September 2016. The song will be Distras’ first new music since the release of her critically acclaimed 2013 debut album “Dreams from the Factory Floor” and is premiered today on

Produced by “Dreams from the Factory Floor” producer Steve Whale (The Business), and mixed by Ross Petersen (Bruce Springsteen, The Vamps, John Mayer), “Aileen” represents real musical growth and a sonic shift for Louise, being an impassioned radio anthem that steps away from the punk and protest tags of her past and into powerpop territory. Nevertheless, the pop-friendly hooks house an intense emotional core.

Lyrically “Aileen” is a hard-hitting dancefloor track that explores the dark story of ‘America’s first female serial killer’ Aileen Wuornos. It’s a song that sees Distras questioning rape culture and the sanctity of life. The song is living proof – if ever it was needed – that pop music does not have to mean ‘dumbed-down’ or ‘throwaway.’

Louise and her band will be touring the UK throughout 2016. Don’t miss your chance to hear “Aileen” live on the following dates:
3 Sept London, Loud Women Festival
4 Sept Forest of Dean, Common Ground Festival
24 Sept Forest of Dean, Something Else in the Dean Festival
26 Sept Manchester, Gullivers w/ Love Zombies + The Amorettes*
30 Sept Camden, Black Heart w/ Love Zombies + The Amorettes*
1 Oct London, Rich Mix*
5 Oct Birmingham, The Rainbow
6 Oct Liverpool, Sound Food & Drink
7 Oct Derby, The Maypole
8 Oct Kingston, Fighting Cocks w/ Get Dead
10 Oct Norwich, Owl Sanctuary w/ Get Dead
11 Oct Nottingham, Doghouse w/ Get Dead
12 Oct 02 Islington Academy, London w/ Get Dead
13 Oct Dundee, The Vestry
14 Oct Glasgow, Audio
15 Oct Edinburgh, Bannerman’s
16 Oct Nottingham, Foreman’s w/ TV Smith*
21 Oct Leeds, Verve
* = solo

NEWMOON premiere ‘Helium’ with The 405


Belgium dream-pop five-piece NEWMOON have revealed the powerful opening track from their forthcoming debut album Space, due October 14th via PIAS, with The 405. The band has also announced European tour dates which will include a UK headline show at London’s The Garage on December 8th.

Pre-order SPACE here

December European Tour Dates (UK in bold)

3 Vera, Groningen (NL)
6 Cassiopeia, Berlin (DE)
7 Hafenklang, Hamburg (DE)
8 The Garage, London (UK)
10 Ancienne Belgique, Brussels (BE)

All Them Witches debut new live album with Classic Rock


Ahead of their forthcoming UK October tour, Nashville’s All Them Witches have released Live In Brussels, a new live album recorded at Belgium’s Ancienne Belgique whilst on their first tour through Europe in March 2016, available for download now direct from Bandcamp and premiering at

Live at Ancienne Belgique continues All Them Witches’ tradition of releasing live recordings off their own back, direct to their fans, who are as loyal as they come. On their recent summer tour across North America the band were robbed of $4500’s worth of their venue checks and merch sales, and faced little other option than to set up an online donation page to try and recoup lost funds in the middle of the tour. Their fans topped the goal in under 24 hours.

Following their critically acclaimed new album Dying Surfer Meets His Maker, out now through New West Records, All Them Witches blew minds and speakers alike on their first UK shows earlier this year, which included two sold-out nights at London’s The Lexington, and an appearance at Green Man Festival.

Catch the band live in the UK through October on the dates below.

2 Bristol, Thelka
3 Manchester, Deaf Institute
4 London, Scala
6 Brighton, The Haunt
7 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
8 Glasgow, The Classic Grand
9 Nottingham, Bodega

Tickets available here –

Red Fang debut new music video with Funny Or Die

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Portland rockers RED FANG mess with the wrong comic book collectors in their new video for “Shadows,” which debuted via and is taken from the band’s forthcoming new album, Only Ghosts, due October 14th via Relapse Records.

The band have also revealed a series of in-studio videos documenting their transformative experience working with legendary producer Ross Robinson (At The Drive In, The Cure, Slipknot, and many more) on their forthcoming new album, Only Ghosts. The series is rolling out via Relapse Records’ YouTube page and can be viewed here.

The band play an extensive autumn tour with a month of UK/European dates beginning at Brighton’s Concorde 2 on September 26, followed by another month of U.S. dates. Label mates Torche will join them on both runs with God Damn supporting in the UK and Whores joining the U.S. dates. Full UK dates can be found below.

Headline UK tour dates w/ Torche & God Damn

Ticket link –

26 Brighton, Concorde 2
27 London, Koko
28 Bristol, Bierkeller
29 Leeds, Leeds Stylus
30 Manchester, Manchester Academy 2

2 Birmingham, Institute2
3 Glasgow, Garage
4 Newcastle, Riverside
5 Southampton, Engine Rooms

God Damn share new music video for ‘Sing This’

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Ahead of the release of their mighty second album for One Little Indian Records, Everything Ever, God Damn have shared a righteously macabre new video for their devastatingly heavy new single, ‘Sing This’. Watch it over at DIY, Clash, Upset and many more.

Set for release on September 23rd, Everything Ever follows the release of their sprawling, sonic assault of a debut album; 2015’s Vultures. This, alongside incendiary live shows, has firmly established God Damn as one of the most thrilling bands from the UK in recent years. Having recently given us a first taste of new music with the likes of ‘Ghost’, dubbed louder than “Black Sabbath having a screaming row with Nirvana” by the NME, and ‘Fake Prisons’, described as “a stomping introduction” to the new material by DIY Magazine, their new single ‘Sing This’ recently made its debut on the airwaves of Daniel P Carter’s BBC Radio1 show as the Rockest Record and is due for release October 14th.

God Damn play an intimate album release show on September 23rd at the Boston Music Room before a UK tour with Red Fang and Torche at the dates listed below. They join Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes on the road through Europe in October.

23 London, Boston Music Rooms (release day headline show)
26 Brighton, Concorde 2
27 London, Koko
28 Bristol, Bierkeller
29 Leeds, Stylus
30 Manchester, Manchester Academy 2

02 Birmingham, Institute2
03 Glasgow, Garage
04 Newcastle, Riverside
05 Southampton, Engine Rooms

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NOTHING debut ‘Curse Of The Sun’ video with NME


NOTHING return to the UK this week to begin a six-week European tour and have dropped a new video for ‘Curse Of The Sun’. Taken from their critically acclaimed second album, Tired Of Tomorrow, out now on Relapse Records, the video premiered at

Filmed at shows through New York City, Philadelphia and Washington on NOTHING’s headlining ‘Tired Of Tourism’ tour through North America this past May, ‘Curse Of The Sun’ was directed by Jimmy Hubbard (Baroness, Carcass etc).

Since the release of Tired Of Tomorrow NOTHING have toured solidly across North America. In addition to headline dates, the band have shared stages with Jane’s Addiction, Dinosaur Jr, Diiv, Relapse label mates WRONG and California’s Culture Abuse, as well as festival appearances at Lollapalooza, Governor’s Ball, Spillover, Shaky Knees, Levitation, Forecastle and more. Following a sold-out album release show at Hackney’s MOTH Club earlier in the year, NOTHING return on September 11th starting a run of UK dates at Bristol’s Start The Bus.

Tickets are available to purchase here –

12 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
13 Glasgow, Broadcast
14 Manchester, Deaf Institute
15 Birmingham, The Rainbow
16 London, Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen
17 Brighton, Bleach