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THE HYENA KILL announce new album ‘A Disconnect’


THE HYENA KILL, a brooding, emotive rock band from Manchester, have released their new single ‘Bleached’, a hard-hitting track about pure obsession. The track is the first taken from the forthcoming new album A Disconnect, which will see release via APF Records on 5th March 2021.   Stream/buy it online and add to your playlists here:Spotify …

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Camden Rocks Festival Announces Saturday Headliner 

 Camden Rocks Festival Announces Saturday Headliner  FRANK TURNER And Further Bands Added To Already Stellar Weekend Line Up Early Bird Tickets Already SOLD OUT!!! A Celebration Of Camden’s Rich Musical And Cultural Heritage “Camden Rocks is where you can enjoy more than 200 bands – as long as you don’t …

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Fuzz Rockers Under Release New Video

Fuzz rock trio Under have released the brand-new video for the track “Traitors Gate”! The clip, which premiered recently on Echoes and Dust, shows the band performing while stripped half nude while chained and gagged. Shot in a grainy, weathered VHS style it fits perfectly with the trio’s lo-fi, bass …

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Bloodstock Open Air Festival 2016 – Friday 12/8/16.

Due to holiday shifts being changed, I had to work the Thursday night which meant catching the first train I could get to Tamworth, early hotel check in, then mad dash to the Bloodstock Open Air Festival arena to catch Witch Tripper, first band of the day on the New …

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The Hyena Kill ‘Atomised’ Tour 2016

 “What started out as two best mates trying to make the dirtiest, loudest racket manageable has morphed into a turbocharged brick shithouse of a beast.” – Metal Hammer  “Atomised truly is a glorious listen. Take yourselves back to a time when the chaos of early Nirvana was fucking up the …

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The Hyena Kill – Atomised

Hailing from Manchester, The Hyena Kill are a sometimes stoner, sometimes experimental two-piece outfit from Manchester. Having made a mark on the underground scene, Atomised could very well put them on the map and establish them throughout the rest of the UK. Atomised begins with the blues swagger and instant …

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