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Deez Nuts from Melbourne, Australia is a rapcore/rap metal project from ex-I Killed The Prom Queen drummer, J.J. Peters. Deez Nuts started after Australian metalcore band I Killed The Prom Queen decided to split up. In 2007, J.J. Peters did his first tour tour of Australia. Then in January 2008 he toured with Canadian band Silverstein, also on that tour were Set Your Goals, The Amity Affliction and Capside. Their debut EP "Rep Your Hood" was released on the 20th of August. September 2008 marked Deez Nuts second tour of Australia. He was joined by another I Killed The Prom Queen alumni Michael Crafter and his new band Confession. The tour was called 'Back on the Streets Tour'. Then in October he toured with Bring Me The Horizon on their E...
“I’m one drink from jail”
This line from Auckland emcee Louie Knuxx perfectly sums up the dichotomy of an artist whose music and life balances precariously between ignorance and introspection.
Hailing from Aotearoa’s dirt city Louie Knuxx is one of the true journeymen of the local hip hop scene. After first appearing on the Dubious Brothers album Trade Secrets he’s slowly built a fan base around his unique delivery and hopeful tales of hardship. In a culture filled with fantasies of thugs and cartoon violence, Louie stands out as a man that has lived the life and refuses to water it down for pop consumption or to glorify the gutter.
In 2003 jail time and ambition convinced the up and coming rapper that he neede...
Landscapes are a hardcore band from Somerset, United Kingdom . They released their debut 6 track EP "Reminiscence" through Broken Night Records and their debut album "Life Gone Wrong" in 2012 through City of Gold Records. The album "Life Gone Wrong" went on to be re-released in 2013 on Pure Noise Records.
Shaun, Kai, Martin, Jordan and Tom
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Metalcore/sludge metal band formed in South Wales in 2005, the quintet have spent the past few years furiously grinding the underground circuit in the truest D.I.Y spirit imaginable. Self-funding and largely self-releasing two full length albums (2009‘s Forgotten Soul & 2010‘s The Root Of All Evil) and an E.P. (2011’s Sleep Paralysis), BWP have built up a cultishly devoted and frenzied fan base, both at home and in mainland Europe, and ascended to the top of festival bills, under the radar of the mainstream. On December 30th it was announced that vocalist Ajay Jones had left the band and will be replaced by Louis Gauthier of Breaking Point.
2009 - Forgotten Soul
2010 - Root Of All Evil
2011 - Sleep Paralysis