Log in

  | 0 - 15 |  
movehalfaninch [userpic]
Monty Are I
by movehalfaninch (movehalfaninch)
at September 21st, 2009 (06:31 pm)

anybody hear about the new Monty Are I cd? it's called "Break Through the Silence". they put it up for streaming on their absolutepunk page:



check them out on myspace and twitter

by sonnambula14 (sonnambula14)
at February 11th, 2009 (01:21 pm)

They finally released My Chemical Romance's cover of Desolation Row on UK iTunes :-)

by superbeast777 (superbeast777)
at December 10th, 2008 (10:03 am)

by sonnambula14 (sonnambula14)
at November 26th, 2008 (05:06 pm)
current location: the flat
current song: the used - find a way

Haven't posted on here in a while, but I thought now might be a good time to start again.

-There's a baby Way on the way!
-Bronx Mowgli Wentz. Need I say more?

-In the studio with Thursday - they are releasing a new album in February.

-Dir En Gray for K!
-Paramore in NY and LA

by spiderweb_x (spiderweb_x)
at June 9th, 2008 (04:52 pm)
current location: home, london
current song: europe - the final countdown

They all do it.

A Guide To All Those Similarly Confusing Bands
by sonnambula14 (sonnambula14)
at June 9th, 2008 (03:49 pm)

I have noticed people tend to get confused between You Me At Six, Kids In Glass Houses and Bring Me The Horizon for no other reason than that they are all from the UK. I aim to tackle this issue.

You Me At Six. Are from Weybridge, England. They're about to release their first album but have had some cult success with Save it for the Bedroom and If I Were In Your Shoes. A helpful rule of thumb for easy identification is that they all have swept-to-the-side fringes.

Kids In Glass Houses. Are Welsh. Have just released their first album, Smart Casual (the one with the lollipop on it) which features songs such as Give Me What I Want and Easy Tiger. As of 4pm today none of them have a swept-to-the-side fringe. But you know what it's like with these people.

Bring Me The Horizon. Are from Sheffield, which is similar to Weybridge but not as good. Most of them have swept-to-the-side fringes. Have recently been accused of peeing on/near/around fans.

Recommendation [Kids In Glass Houses]
by spiderweb_x (spiderweb_x)
at May 30th, 2008 (12:22 pm)

Artist  Kids In Glass Houses
Key Album Smart Casual
Key tracks Give Me What I Want, Easy Tiger
Similar artists The Used, Paramore
Myspace http://www.myspace.com/kidsinglasshouses

Somewhat of a British sensation right now, but I think their inventive, off-beat verses and catchy choruses will allow them to break America. Eventually...

Tour Dates
by sonnambula14 (sonnambula14)
at May 30th, 2008 (11:56 am)
current location: home, richmond
current song: youmeatsix - if i were in your shoes

Hey, here is a list of various bands' tour dates in the UK.

by spiderweb_x (spiderweb_x)
at May 28th, 2008 (10:14 pm)
current song: IAMX - spit it out

Band image macros FOR THE WIN:


Featuring (lots of) My Chemical Romance, HIM, Negative, The Rasmus, Metallica, The 69 Eyes and Type O Negative...

wannabemod [userpic]
Lacuna Coil Live review
by wannabemod (wannabemod)
at May 26th, 2008 (02:18 pm)

This is something I made years ago after seeing Lacuna Coil play live. It was the first live review I ever wrote and it really shows, the only reason I am posting it is that I was very proud of the editing and MS Paint job I did on it at the time.

Fake Kerrang! review of Lacuna Coil I made back in 2006Collapse )


Conviction by Aiden
by spiderweb_x (spiderweb_x)
at May 26th, 2008 (12:50 pm)

Artist Aiden
Album Conviction
Record company Victory Records
Year 2007

wannabemod [userpic]
Band recommendation
by wannabemod (wannabemod)
at May 22nd, 2008 (08:25 pm)

current mood: cheerful
current song: Daggers - Death it feels

I went to see IAMX a few months ago now and still can't get over how impressive the support band were. Never before have a support had such an impact on me, they were so energetic and catchy, therefore I feel I must recommend them.

Artist Daggers.
Key tracks Money, Witnesses.
Similar artists Gary Numan / Human League with more of a rock edge
Link to their Myspace Here
Music style I would say they are a pleasing mix of 80's pop rock with a twist of modern synthesizers and attitude. I rather like NME's review: "Brilliant...If there's any justice in the world, the Gary Numan-goosing, skyscraping electro-rock of 'After Midnight' and 'Magazine' will fill stadiums one day"


by spiderweb_x (spiderweb_x)
at May 22nd, 2008 (07:29 pm)

It's just... a big bunch of links. To relevant things. Promise.

New releases
The Cure, The Only One
Death Cab For Cutie, I Will Possess Your Heart

-Pete Wentz and Ashlee Simspon are getting a-married (Alice in Wonderland style).
-Nick W has left Aiden.
-Mindless Self Indulgence and Julien K are touring together in June. (Yeah, as Kerrang! put it: "That band with the bassist wot married Gerard Way". That was unkind. I'm sure they're very talented...)

Monty Are I
by sonnambula14 (sonnambula14)
at May 21st, 2008 (09:31 pm)
current location: the flat, londres

Hey. I thought I'd start things off here by recommending an awesome band I've recently discovered.

Artist  Monty Are I
Key Album Wall of People
Key tracks Castlebound, In This Legacy
Similar artists From First to Last, Kids In Glass Houses, The Used (sometimes)
Myspace http://www.myspace.com/montyarei  

The reason I love this band so much is because they are so damn catchy. They are in Tony Hawk's Project 8, which is how I found out about them. I couldn't get In This Legacy out of my head for weeks!

by spiderweb_x (spiderweb_x)
at May 21st, 2008 (06:42 pm)

Welcome to Scream City. I've started this community in the hopes of getting loads of members who will feel free to post gig guides, album reviews, picspams, recommendations and news about their favourite bands. 

Here are some general guidelines for posting:


  | 0 - 15 |