I’ve been following this band closely since the release of their first single for this impressive album. This album has been on repeat since its release a few weeks ago. With this album, Imminence present a mature band, refining their rock sound and combining it with electronic sounds and folk undertones. ‘This Is Goodbye’ is my favourite album of this year so far, if you haven’t heard it then you’re missing out.
Palisades’ self-titled album is a promising gift to the world of alternative rock. Seamlessly blending aspects from all styles of music, this album jumps from the electronic style that Palisades have come to be associated with, to heavy rock similar to Bring Me The Horizon, to pop-rock that is not unlike All Time Low. The album showcases everything this band has to offer – and it is a lot.
This debut album has been a long time coming, due to personal issues the initial release was set back, but now it’s here and the fans are going crazy. Electric Century sees ex-My Chemical Romance bassist Mikey Way joined by Sleep Station vocalist and New London Fire guitarist David Debiak.’For The Night To Control’ is everything I wanted from an Electric Century album – it’s one of those albums you can listen to over and over without getting bored.
Kenneth Harris doesn’t seem to stop, I caught up with him days before the birth of his first child, not long after finishing co-writes and just before a bunch of live shows with Panic! At The Disco as their touring guitarist. And in between all these other projects, Kenny somehow finds time for his own music having released his second album ‘Will U B Minor?’ late last year. We talked about the album, his inspiration and juggling all the projects he’s involved in.
Following the release of their album ‘That’s The Spirit’ Bring Me The Horizon announce their biggest set of headline shows to date. The six show tour takes place in November, featuring a night at the O2 Arena in London.
This is not a live show you’ll want to miss; tickets go on sale 9AM Friday 8th Jan.