VOLUMES Announce Ex-Bury Your Dead Vocalist As New Frontman

VOLUMES Announce Ex-Bury Your Dead Vocalist As New Frontman

U.S prog/djent band VOLUMES have announced that ex-Bury Your Dead frontman Myke Terry has their new vocalist. Michael Barr left the Volumes in November last year in order to launch his solo career, later releasing the violently boring song, ‘Where You Been’ in January. Myke Terry sung with Bury Your Dead from 2007 – 2011, replacing former Confession frontman Michael Crafter and releasing two albums with the band, their 2008 self-titled effort and 2009’s It’s Nothing Personal. You can check out a video statement from Volumes welcoming Terry into the band, and check out some of his handiwork on the Bury Your Dead track, Without You. we would like everyone to welcome our new vocalist.who is: VOLUMES.the one you've all been waiting for. [email protected]://t.co/k98nt0FBDh — Vans Warped Tour (@VansWarpedTour) June 4,...
KANYE WEST Releases New Vape Anthem

KANYE WEST Releases New Vape Anthem

Following the news that the giganticly-assed reality tv star Kim Kardashian pissed off some hardcore punk fans, it looks like her husband Kanye West couldn’t bear to go unnoticed and has released an untitled track from his upcoming Cruel Winter mixtape. The track features fellow rappers Big Sean, Travis, Quavo, Yo Gotti, 2 Chainz, Desiigner and Gucci Mane, although West has stated this is just an early version of the song, with the final cut chugging on for a laborious 15 minutes. RELATED: KANYE WEST Streams The Life Of Pablo On Pornhub, Not Actually Joking Cruel Winter is the follow-up to the Cruel Summer compilation released by the merry men back in 2012, with both albums hosted by Kanye’s label, G.O.O.D Music. Aside from the new song, Kanye has kept in the spotlight with a recent appearance on the Ellen show, in which the madman went on a diluted monologue about once again being an ‘artist’ and getting a little shirty when Ellen quizzes him about asking Mark Zuckerberg for a cool $53 million. RELATED: KANYE WEST Has Officially Cooked It, Ellen Degeneres Still Sucks Powerfully Check out the new song below, and I still can’t see what you flogs enjoy in Kanye West (it’s just awful) after all these years. If you need me I’ll be yelling at kids to get off my...
KIM KARDASHIAN Pisses Off Punk Fans With DISCLOSE Jacket

KIM KARDASHIAN Pisses Off Punk Fans With DISCLOSE Jacket

Human kebab and reality tv star Kim Kardashian has joined Justin Bieber on the shit-lists of many OG punk, metal and grunge fans across the globe for wearing a jacket bearing the logo of Disclose, a Japanese D-beat hardcore band. The underground hardcore punks formed in the early 90’s with songs mainly centered around WW2 and the attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Their career tragically came to an abrupt end in 2007 when frontman Kawakami died from a drug overdose. To add another liberal helping of salt to angry punk fans, according to reports from Consequence Of Sound the jacket cost Kardashian an eye-gouging $11,000 from luxury designers Enchantes Riches Deprimes, which according to the highly accurate Google Translate means “Riches Enchanted Depressed”, which is more or less an apt description for the way Kardashian’s jacket makes me feel. KIM KARDASHIAN IN A DISCLOSE JACKET SOS WORLD TOO GOOD pic.twitter.com/9MSX4zKTEU — maria sherman (@mariasherm) June 2, 2016 While you're reading a blog's hot take on Kim Kardashian's "punk" jacket, a rad band is playing down the street from your house to no one. — J.R. Barker (@feralhymnal) June 2, 2016 The one and only blonde-bombshell Justin Bieber also rustled the jimmies of “real music” fans earlier this year when he was spotted wearing a Metallica t-shirt, and then followed up by releasing a line of pseudo-metal merch. Metal fans were quick to tear the popstar to shreds for ‘appropriating’ metal aesthetic, even though it designed by renowned metal and punk artist Mark Riddick. Anyway, the moral of the story here is that fans get pretty upset when popstars wear...
THE WIGGLES Confirm Plans For Aussie 18+ Tour

THE WIGGLES Confirm Plans For Aussie 18+ Tour

The band who provided the soundtrack to many a snotty, vegemite-faced youth, THE WIGGLES, are set to announce an 18+ Australian tour following the success of their adults only show in Sydney earlier this year. According to a report by Marxist Feeds, Blue Wiggle Anthony Field has plans for two new charity shows in Sydney and Melbourne. He first expressed his desire to chuck on the skivvies for another round of gigs after the success of their show at the Dee Why RSL in Sydney back in February. ”The vibe was just incredible, there was so much love in the room. It was just a great time. You don’t what it’s going to be like when you’re playing in a pub, we’ve never done that before. But there was no violence, there was no agro.” Field has additionally maintained that they’re hoping to head down to Melbourne for the next show: “We haven’t booked anything [yet], but everyone after the show was just buzzing. It would be great fun” The shows now appear to be confirmed, with the statement to Music Feeds coupled with the below update from the band on Facebook. The proceeds from the show will once again be donated to the Soldier On foundation, an organisation that assists wounded war veterans. No doubt a Melbourne reunion show from the The Wiggles will draw out all the caramel-latte-loving hipsters, usually too busy tapping away on their hiptops and wearing ties as belts (what year is it) to attend any show that isn’t the hottest new harsh noise act from Tissvassklumptjønnin , Norway. The potential smug irony to...
BRAND NEW Sort Of Announce Break-Up With A Snazzy T-Shirt

BRAND NEW Sort Of Announce Break-Up With A Snazzy T-Shirt

Legendary emos BRAND NEW have basically confirmed their impending disbandment with a dapper new t-shirt, which bears the somewhat sad slogan Brand New: 2000 – 2018. The band of fine fellas made their fans weep into their beards and mist-up their designer specs with the news that they’ll likely be calling it a day, with frontman Jesse Lacey stating “This isn’t gonna last much longer” at a show in Nashville last year, with their upcoming album rumoured to be their last. It seems the rumours all are but confirmed, even if it is a rather odd way to officially announce your band will be coming to an end, particularly providing an end date of two years in the future. Maybe fans will be lucky enough to see more than one album from Brand New before they throw in the towel in 2018, but in the meantime check out the standalone single I Am A Nightmare that they released on May...