We love new bands at here at Amplified. We were recently introduced to Bristol-based 3 piece Mind Museum.
The band cite Biffy Clyro, Coheed and Cambria, The Cure and Placebo as their influences – it really shines through on their new EP “One Blood”. The first track introduces us to the Mind Museum sound. Titled ‘The Get Go’, you can’t help but bang your head. The vocals, guitars and drums merge…
I think I have found my new favourite band. For those of you who haven’t heard of LostAlone, they are a Derby based 3 piece with a jaw dropping stadium sound. They’ve supported everyone from The Darkness to Paramore. I hadn’t heard much of the band till now and I absolutely love their new album “Shapes Of Screams”. I was surprised to discover there are only 3 members in the band. The sound these…
Natives recently released their debut album ‘Indoor War’. I absolutely loved the release and couldn’t wait to see and hear the tracks live. Last Thursday I had the opportunity to see them play The Borderline in London.
The band opened with “The Horizon”. It’s quite an upbeat track that got the crowd moving. Tonight’s gig was the band’s first headline show in the capital. There was a really good…
The time has finally come. The follow up to Steel Panther‘s ‘Balls Out’ is finally here. Titled ‘All You Can Eat’, the band return with bitchin’ guitar riffs, thumping drums, epic bass lines and hair raising vocals.
The UK were the first country to embrace Steel Panther as a band and this release shows how great an act they are. Yeah the lyrics are crude, but the musicianship is second to none.
I haven’t seen Steel Panther since their performance at Download a few years ago. With their new album “All You Can Eat” out in the next week or so, I couldn’t wait to catch the band and see how the new songs are going down live.
The curtain drops and Steel Panther grace the stage, complete with wigs, spandex and ripped t-shirts. Opening with ‘Eyes Of A Panther’, the band show off their improved…
We caught up with New Politics on their Arena tour with Fall Out Boy. Check out the interview below.
How has the tour with Fall Out Boy been so far?
Soren:It’s been amazing. We’ve been out with them a few times before. We did a tour with them in the US and we’ve done some one-off shows with them at festivals. They’re amazing guys and have a very positive fan base that comes early to see the…
Another 14 acts have been announced for this year’s Sonisphere Festival at Knebworth Park. Joining the likes of Metallica and Iron Maiden will be:
- Band Of Skulls
- Gary Numan
- New Model Army
- The Winery Dogs
- The Bronx
- Sebastian Bach
- Bam Margera’s Fuckface Unstoppable
- Anti Nowhere League
- Little Matador
- The Lounge Kittens
Day splits have also been revealed. Check…