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Photos: Rob Lynch – Warped Tour UK 2015

[gallery type="slideshow" ids="13433,13434,13435,13436,13437,13438" orderby="rand"] This year Warped Tour festival regular, Rob Lynch, once again made an appearance on the line-up, playing to delighted fans old and new. Over the years Lynch's performances have become increasingly polished and it's been great to watch as his stage presence and strength of set have increased. Our photographer, Chris Harding, ...

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Photos: Metro Station – Warped Tour UK 2015

[gallery type="slideshow" ids="13423,13424,13425,13426,13427,13428" orderby="rand"] We caught Metro Station's set at Warped Tour 2015 this year and got a few snaps of them. All photos were taken by our talented photographer, Chris Harding. If you haven't heard of the Californian band, you can hear a some of their music below. To find out more about Metro Station y ...

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Album Review: Heart Of A Coward – Deliverance

Artist: Heart Of A Coward Album: Deliverance Tracks: 10 Release Date: 02/10/2015 Label: Century Media Records I came across this album thanks to happenstance. I was searching for some new music in the same vein as what I already listen to, sadly it didn't turn up much and I was fairly disappointed at first, but I bought the album and forgot about it until a week ago when it came on shuffle. It took a while ...

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Album Review: Parkway Drive – Ire

Artist: Parkway Drive Album: Ire Tracks: 11 Release Date: 25th September 2015 Label: Epitaph Records The titans of metal that are Parkway Drive have heaved another mammoth slab of heaviness onto our plates in the form of Ire, you might recognise the shape and taste of the music but I can promise you, the consistency is something wholly unexpected from, arguably, one of the best and biggest bands in the scen ...

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Preview: Warped Tour UK

Warped UK is finally back on the agenda after skipping out last year; with a line-up full to the brim of new and old talent, Sunday 18th October is going to be a day you won’t forget. Headlining the beautiful Alexandra Palace are two bands who over the years have become close companions– Black Veil Brides and Asking Alexandria. Whilst both come with their controversies, you cannot deny the sheer talent that ...

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