The Place We Call Home: Currents

After years of finding their feet through various sound and line-up changes, rising metalcore/djent band Currents are now ready to take on the world. Their debut album, ‘The Place I Feel Safest’, is an onslaught of chugging guitars and domineering drums with Brian Wille displaying an admirable range through harsh

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The Place We Call Home: Weirds

On their debut album, ‘Swarmculture’, psychedelic grunge quartet Weirds offer a kaleidoscopic set of compelling songs. From the explosive space rock of ‘Things That Crawl’, to the bombastic riffs of ‘Old World Blues’, to ‘Weird Sun’ and its imperative experimental twists, Weirds intertwine a range of styles and textures organically.

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The Place We Call Home: Like Pacific

Over the coming weeks, Already Heard will be highlighting a variety of bands set to play the Slam Dunk Festival later this month. Like it or not, the “pop-punk revival” isn’t going away anytime soon. With the bands popping up from all corners of the world, our latest edition of

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The Place We Call Home: Tonight Alive & With Confidence

Tonight Alive and With Confidence are no strangers to these shores. Having toured the United Kingdom numerous times in recent years, you could we’ve adopted them as our own. Nevertheless, for both bands Sydney, Australia will always be home. The New South Wales state capital is considered Australia’s most famous

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The Place We Call Home: Rival Bones

Despite only consisting of two members, Merseyside duo Rival Bones sure deliver an abundance of monstrous riffs and swagger on their self-titled debut EP. Made up of guitarist/vocalist James Whitehouse and drummer Chris Thomason, ‘Rival Bones’ incorporate elements of grunge, blues, hard rock and metal as the pair supply four

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The Place We Call Home: Borders

On their new EP, ‘Diagnosed’, tech metal bruisers Borders deliver a short but abrupt mix of djent riffs, unrelenting vocals and blasting drums. Lyrically, the quartet take on various issues; mental health, corruption, media manipulation and pharmaceutical companies, with complete conviction. It’s 18 minutes of vicious and raw metal that

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The Place We Call Home: Uneven Structure

This week, French tech metal and prog rock specialists Uneven Structure return with their first album in six years. ‘La Partition’ sees the sextet deliver an engaging and dynamic collection of songs decorated in experimentation and complex instrumentation. While vocalist Matthieu Romarin compliments throughout with soaring harmonies and fierce screams.

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The Place We Call Home: Faux

It’s a well-known fact that Southampton has a proud history of producing stellar musical talent. Names such as Bury Tomorrow, Creeper, Band of Skulls, and even Craig David, call the coastal city their home. While a variety of venues like the O2 Guildhall, The Joiners and The Talking Heads means

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The Place We Call Home: ANewRage

Next week, Italian alternative metal four-piece ANewRage release their second album, ‘Life-Related Symptoms’. Having played together since they were 12 years old, the quartet has spent years, striving to make a name for themselves in a country that isn’t known for produce stellar rock and metal bands. Nevertheless, ANewRage look

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The Place We Call Home: Black Map

It’s time to break out our passports, open those street maps and do a little globetrotting with the first in a new regular feature for Already Heard, as band members open up to us about the place they call home. We’ll be finding out more about the people, the culture,

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