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By Sam Savigny, 16th July 2019 ,

The sugar tax isn’t just a controversial piece of Conservative legislation that demeans and drains the capital of the lower classes in society; it’s also the fabulous new EP from Hastings born post-punks, Kid Kapichi. Their sound definitely has more emphasis on the punk side of this descriptor, but the music is far more intricate and complex than the established… Read More »

By Sam Dignon, 15th July 2019 Gig Reviews, News

2019 has been a really big year for Blood Youth so far. Their latest album Starve has seen the band move into a darker and heavier direction and their fans really have got on board with it. Earlier in the year they set out on a headline tour to celebrate its release… Read More »

By Matt Higgs, 15th July 2019 Live Galleries, News

KISS are currently on their huge End Of The Road world tour, with the UK leg still ongoing. Last Tuesday the tour came to Birmingham to the Birmingham Arena. With Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Eric Singer and Tommy Thayer providing their usual huge spectacle, Rock Sins’ photographer Matt Higgs was… Read More »

By Jamie Giberti, 15th July 2019 Festival News, News, Win

Rock Sins are delighted to say we’ve teamed up with the great people at Radar Festival to offer a huge contest to our readers. For those not familiar with the name, Radar Festival is a brand new festival, focusing on post-rock, post-metal, tech metal and other similar sub-genres from the… Read More »

By Sam Savigny, 14th July 2019 2000 Trees, Festival News, Gig Reviews, News

The end of 2000 Trees may just be hours old, but hot off the press we’ve got the final day’s highlights from our man on the ground Sam Savigny. Being influenced heavily by The Bronx can be something of a disservice to a band as the comparison means they often… Read More »