Human Future have announced their split on social media this weekend. The band posted the following statement on their Facebook account:
Thanks to everyone who saw the band this weekend and thanks to everyone who has responded so positively to 'Flat Earth Blues'. Thanks to every single person who was involved with the band and to everyone who played with us, became our friends, recorded us, released us, filmed us, put us on shows, helped arrange tours, put us up for the night and helped us make so many precious memories.
Thanks to everyone who downloaded our music or even bought our merch and thanks to those who came to watch us live. There's plenty of reasons to be...
Yards are a 4 piece hardcore band from London which started life five years ago as the second band of all it's members (Ex-Ghost of a Thousand, Astrohenge, Econo, Nitkowski ) before accidentally becoming the primary focus of their creative energy.
After putting out 2 EPs in quick succession, the band took a year out to write and record 'Excitation Thresholds'. Recorded with Wayne Adams at Bear Bites Horse Studios over a period of two weeks in the dead of winter, the album rattles through crusty thrash, artful noise, dirge rock to neo-classical drones all in just over 30 minutes. If you needed a statement of intent from a hardcore band in 2017, you need look no further.
Having completed their first tour of Europe with Torpor, a brief stint across the UK with Rope, appearing at the prestigious Incubate Festival in Tilburg and being honoured to support Hydrahead visionaries, Mare; 2017 sees Human Future return with their first new output in 2 years.
'Flat Earth Blues' is named in reference to the book by Nick Davies, 'Flat Earth News', which is regarded as unveiling much of the 'dark arts' of journalism and the true nature of the industry. This has inspired the themes that run throughout the EP, with each song broaching a different facet of the overall focuses - media corruption, the media as propaganda, the state of journalism and it's future in a world...
We are pleased to be teaming up with our friends at All Ages Records in Camden and Resident Music in Brighton for this years Record Store Day. Both stores will have HOWLS debut album, 'The Headache' available one week before its official release date and will include a limited edition cover featuring a print of the original sketch for the artwork by artist Mercedes Bellido, along with a one of a kind, hand drawn icon for one of the tracks made by Illwookie.
These special editions of 'The Headache' are limited to 10 copies...
Brighton based trio Howls let loose with their frantic blend of punk and hardcore on their debut album, ‘The Headache‘, out this April on Truthseeker Music.
‘The Headache’ is the sound of a band challenging itself to evolve; eager to take a step away from familiar surroundings in order to create something true to their influences whilst also embracing more experimental and melodic sounds.
This LP is Howls newest material since their 2015 EP, 'No Living', which was released on the now defunct Wolf At Your Door Records (Lower Than Atlantis, Deaf Havana) Since then, Howls have played up and down the UK, sharing stages with the likes of Bastions, Palm Reader, and Employed To Serve.
This week marks two years since the launch of the label, and to celebrate we have created a free to download sampler / compilation featuring all of the bands we have worked with so far. Included amongst the track listings are new songs from both Human Future and Howls, both of whom have new records due out via Truthseeker in the coming months.
Artwork by Tilly Barker
The track listing is as follows:
1. Howls - Guilt Trip 2. Oak - Broken Bodied 3. Human Future - Axiom 4. Scared of Everything - Dishwashing Melodies 5. Hexis - Tenebris * 6. Regurgitate Life - This Great Divide 7. 52 Commercial Road - Sell The Mirror Light 8. Rope - Ohrwurm 9. Palehorse - The Shower...
Regurgitate Life return with 'Obliteration Of The Self', their first new full length album since 2012. Now with 2 EPs, an album and an appearance at the prestigious 'Neurotic Deathfest' already under their belt, Regurgitate Life have laid the foundation for what is unquestionably their most ambitious and effective release so far. Brutal yet with the sort of progressive flourishes that are comparable only to the luminaries of the genre. Brimming with finger-tangling, catchy riffs whilst maintaining an immediate and powerful sound, 'Obliteration Of The Self' is not an album you will want to miss.
People familiar with the underground UK Metal scene may already recognise Sammy Urwin's name from the sleeve of some of the most intense and exciting...
Two years after their highly acclaimed self titled debut album, Oak return with 'Your Mess as Much as Mine’, a new five song 12” EP. In just 17 minutes, Oak channel emotions ranging from anger and grief to melancholy; bridging the gap between hardcore and screamo to create a truly ferocious record.
Since their debut album, Oak have developed musically towards a heavier sound, drawing on influences such as Converge and Botch, while at the same time making room for more nuance and dynamics. The result is a powerful and cohesive mix of genres, developed into a chaotic storm of heavy post-hardcore.
'Your Mess as Much as Mine' was recorded by Ulf Blomberg at Hoborec in Jönköping, Sweden and was mastered...