• Peasant’s King support Young Kato on UK tour

    Welsh soul rockers Peasant’s King are currently embarking on an 18 date UK tour with Young Kato.

    Tue 7th – Cardiff – Full Moon Club
    Wed 8th – Bristol – Louisiana
    Thu 9th – Southampton – Joiners
    Fri 10th – Reading – Bowery District
    Sat 11th – Brighton – The Haunt
    Mon 13th – Birmingham – The Rainbow
    Tue 14th – Leicester – Scholar Bar
    Thu 16th – Nottingham – Bodega
    Fri 17th – Stoke – Sugarmill
    Sun 19th – Manchester – Sound Control
    Mon 20th – Liverpool – Studio 2
    Tues 21st – Leeds – Oporto
    Thu 23rd – Hull – Fruit
    Fri 24th – Newcastle – Think Tank
    Sat 25th – Glasgow – The Garage (Attic)
    Mon 27th – Edinburgh – Electric Circus
    Thu 30th – London – Barfly

    Sat 2nd – Gloucester – Guildhall

    Catch a sneak peak of Peasant’s King‘s new material throughout the tour, ahead of the release of their debut album this Autumn…

    TheKingdomandFour Walls Are HomeEP’s will be repressed onto a single disk – also available for purchase on the tour.

    Posted 2015-04-17 15:57:24. Leave a comment
  • Peasant’s King to release re-mastered double EP bundle

    Soulful, melodic indie five-piece Peasant’s King set to release re-mastered double EP bundle on 12th May 2014.

    “They sound brilliant and they’re doing absolutely everything right, right now” - Huw Stephens

    “They’ve been helped out by BBC Introducing and bingo! There they are on BBC Radio 1. That’s how easy it is if you’re good”Fearne Cotton

    “I bet that sounds amazing at the end of their gigs!”Greg James on ‘Antidotes’

    Soulful Welsh five-piece Peasant’s King are set to release a Summer EP bundle on Visible Noise on 12th May 2014. The two EPs, entitled Kingdom and Four Walls Are Home are re-mastered versions of EPs they released themselves over the past two years.

    Peasant's King - KingdomPeasant's King - Four Walls Are Home

    Peasant’s King have already played the BBC Introducing Stage at Reading and Leeds, supported Gabrielle Aplin on her UK tour and their track ‘Antidotes’ has been picked up by the likes of Bethan Elfyn at BBC Radio Wales, and Huw Stephens, Greg James, Fearne Cotton and Scott Mills at Radio 1. Their sound is joyfully anthemic, and merges swelling riffs with infectious melodies to create an epic rock sound which sits somewhere in between Biffy Clyro meets Bastille with hints of a young Mumford & Sons in there too.  

    Having come up with the name ‘Peasant’s King’ during trip to the cinema watching Robin Hood, Daniel, Rhodri, Lewys, Harry and Josh are delighted to start this new chapter of their career as they sign to London label Visible Noise:

    We are really excited to be a part of the Visible Noise family. Some of their former and current bands have been a great influence on us during our musical careers so far. We’re hugely grateful to have the opportunity to share re-mastered versions of both of our EP’s with a larger audience, and hope people love them as much as we do!”

    Expect to hear more from this fierce band of brothers, as their fierce energy and sheer talent for song-writing is about to be all over your radar.


    Posted 2014-04-09 12:04:05. Leave a comment

  • Peasant’s King sign to Visible Noise

    Infectious indie/folk five-piece from Pontypridd sign to Visible Noise.

    They sound brilliant and they’re doing absolutely everything right, right now” – Huw Stephens

    They’ve been helped out by BBC Introducing and bingo! There they are on BBC Radio 1. That’s how easy it is if you’re good” – Fearne Cotton

    I bet that sounds amazing at the end of their gigs” – Greg James on ‘Antidotes’

    Having come up with the name ‘Peasant’s King’ during trip to the cinema watching Robin Hood, these young gents are rich in local fans and are intensely proud of their Welsh roots. Having received a wealth of support from their hometown fans, ‘Antidotes’ from their second EP ‘When Four Walls Are Home’ was picked up unexpectedly by BBC Introducing in 2012, and the guys decided it was time to step up their game.

    In 2013 Peasant’s King were invited to play the BBC Introducing sub-headline slot at Reading & Leeds (just before Dog Is Dead) and were thrilled to join Gabrielle Aplin as support on her UK tour that following November. Not only have the band spent the past year playing to their biggest audiences yet, they’ve also been in the studio non-stop writing and recording their eagerly anticipated debut album.

    Having pricked the ears of Visible Noise label-head Julie Weir in late 2013, the band and label are now pleased to announce they will be working together on Peasant’s King upcoming releases. As the band reflect on a year of writing and recording, 2014 marks a new chapter as they merge with Visible Noise and gear up to release the music they’ve spent the past year creating.

    Expect to hear more from this fierce band of brothers, as their fierce energy and sheer talent for song-writing is about to be all over your radar.

    Watch the music video for ‘Antidotes’


    Posted 2014-02-12 13:24:44. Leave a comment

  • Salem Rages re-issue “Splinters” out now

    Heritage hard core kids Salem Rages combine previous EPs into one re-issued release entitled “Splinters”, out now.

    “You’ll get some splinters from what lies within”. This is the warning given from Salem Rages’ frontman Roman Remains, as he prepares audiences to take something away from this collection of their previous EP’s, fittingly entitled “Splinters” and released through Visible Noise this week.

    The band are continually gaining the support of fans both native to their hometown of Liverpool and in the capital, as Vive Le Rock awarded the release a massive 8/10 in the same week the band were on the cover of Liverpool music magazine Bido Lito. The gloomy foursome also played the Bido Lito Halloween social alongside The Witch Hunt  and continue to tour around the UK in promotion of the release.

    Get “Splinters” on iTunes and Amazon.

    Follow Salem Rages on Facebook and on Twitter, and check out the video for “One For Sorrow” on Youtube.

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    Salem Rages – “Splinters” out now

    Posted 2013-11-06 17:22:51. Leave a comment
  • Alt/Punk trio COLT 45’s re-issue album “Coughing Up Confessions” is OUT NOW

    “The perfect way to celebrate the last 3 years for COLT 45”.

    This is the way COLT 45’s drummer Adam Lewis describes the re-mastered re-issue of their previous EP’s entitled “Coughing Up Confessions” through Visible Noise.

    Having received support from the likes of Kerrang!, Big Cheese, FRONT and Classic Rock in the past, the band are excited about the release and gearing up for a London show at The Barfly on 22nd November. Having had an exciting Summer of touring across the UK and surprise headlining Cockrock Festival after Wiley pulled out, the band are pumped to return to the capital to play alongside The Queen’s English and The Manic Shine. Alongside touring, the band are also gearing up to release their debut full length album early 2014 through Visible Noise.

    “Coughing Up Confessions” is available now on iTunes and Amazon.

    Follow COLT 45 on Facebook and on Twitter.

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    Colt 45 – “Coughing up Confessions”

    Posted 2013-11-06 17:13:05. Leave a comment
  • Salem Rages announce re-issue “Splinters” for Halloween

    Heritage hardcore kids Salem Rages set to combine EPs into one re-issued release entitled “Splinters” for Halloween release.

    “Paper cuts, loans, thievery, blood, broken strings and 100% DIY commitment.” This is how Salem Rages front man Roman Remains describes the last few years of self-releasing their critically acclaimed trio of EP’s. Having signed to Visible Noise a mere two months ago, this morbid bunch are here to stay as they gear up to release a digital re-issue of their three previous EP’s on 4th November 2013, entitled “Splinters”.

    Salem Rages are a punk rock band with a widescreen vision and hearts that blaze with rebellion and intense belief. Formed in Liverpool in 2011, this fearless band of black-hearts draw inspiration from classic American hardcore, the late 70′s new wave and early 80′s new romantic movements and the strong and subversive visual aesthetic of the finest cult horror and art-house films, resulting in an exhilarating and wickedly original new sonic concoction that they call Gloom Punk.

    The band’s previous releases have included a limited edition white cassette tape and red flexi disc, combined with hand-drawn stickers, self-printed arm bands and unique artwork all created by the band themselves. This unique “DIY” approach will be at the centre of “Splinters” and the band are determined to infect the hearts and minds of fans with their raw Gothic sound.

    Roman Remains, Salem Rages frontman and all round conceptualist speaks out about the band’s style saying it has been “delivered by souls of those who have grown up around the modern D.I.Y hard core scene”, yet their sound is happy to destroy and recreate; to disavow and reinvent; to contradict and contravene.

    “Splinters” is out on 4th November 2013 and these hardcore whippersnappers warn fans they should prepare to “get some splinters from what lies within”.

    Salem Rages - Splinters (4th November 2013)

    Salem Rages – Splinters (4th November 2013)

    Posted 2013-09-18 14:55:25. Leave a comment
  • Colt 45 sign to Visible Noise and announce release

    “We play our own songs on our own f***ing instruments and we are three proud Cumbrians.”

    These were the words of lead singer Neil Harper as Colt 45 took to the main stage at Cockrock Festival in Cockermouth two months ago. Having just finished their scheduled set, the boys were sweaty from legging it across packed festival fields to hop onto the main stage in replacement of UK Grime artist Wiley; who just 5 minutes prior had left the stage insulting the crowd two songs into his set. “It was amazing to get the opportunity to play to such an enthusiastic local audience,” says drummer Adam Lewis. “We loved every second of both our sets and can’t thank the organisers and people of Cumbria enough for wanting us to step in and headline at the last minute.”

    As humble as they are determined, Colt 45 were still riding on the excitement of signing a record deal with Visible Noise the day before the surprise headline slot, and it’s certain this won’t be the last main stage these boys will play. Their electric live set, peppered with angst and raw intelligence is set to explode as the band prepare for the re-issue of their previously released EPs & live shows up and down the country.

    The re-issue will include the hugely anthemic hits “Happiness Is A Dying Art” and “Everybody Will Let You Down” along with fully re-mastered versions of both Chasing Yesterday and Inside The Triangle. The band describes the release as – “the perfect way to celebrate the last 3 years for COLT 45.”, and Drummer Adam Lewis explains that “The tracks on the album have appeared on our last 2 EP’s and we’re extremely happy to be releasing them on one record which sums up the last few years of touring, writing and recording.”

    Having recorded both previous EPs with Romesh Dodangoda (Funeral For A Friend, Kids In Glass Houses, The Blackout) and shared stages with Young Guns, Lower Than Atlantis and The Subways over the past couple of years; this release marks a brand new chapter for this badass trio of Cumbrian punks. Their signature rapid-fire rhythms, husky lead vocal and fine-tuned melodies will forever sit at the heart of COLT 45’s live performance, and it’s a sure thing these boys from up North are here to stay.

    ‘Coughing Up Confessions’ – out 4th November through Visible Noise

    Colt 45 - 'Coughing Up Confessions'

    Colt 45 – ‘Coughing Up Confessions’

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    Posted 2013-09-17 11:11:24. Leave a comment
  • Your Demise announce split in March 2014

    “We are truly very sorry to be letting our fans over the Atlantic down,” say the band of the tour cancellation. “It is with heavy hearts that we have found ourselves having to make the decision to pull out of the shows in Mexico, USA and Canada. Trust us, we are not a band that has ever made a habit of cancelling shows, let alone tours, so we have not made this decision lightly. We feel terrible for the disappointment this news will cause our fans in those countries, and we would like to take this opportunity to apologise to all of our transatlantic supporters, the show promoters, our stateside team and, of course, Rotting Out and Expire who both were set to join us on the dates. On a more positive note, Rotting Out will still be doing the West Coast portion of the dates around Rainfest, taking over from us as headliner. Stay tuned for another announcement with the specifics of this very soon.”

    Posted 2013-05-08 09:29:53. Leave a comment
  • The Dead Formats To Support The Computers

    The Dead Formats have announced that they will embark on a UK tour supporting The Computers this month. The shows will support the sextet’s sophomore record At Sixes And Sevens‘.

    Not only this, but the band recently took part in a Maida Vale session, which will be aired on Mike Davies’ BBC Radio 1 Punk Show on the 30th April.

    Tue 21st – NORWICH – The Waterfront Studio
    Wed 22nd – LEICESTER – The Soundhouse
    Thu 23rd – BIRMINGHAM – The Rainbow
    Fri 24th – CHESTER – The Compass
    Sat 25th – CARMARTHEN – The Parrot Bar
    Sun 26th – DEVON – Coast Nightclub
    Mon 27th – CAMBRIDGE – The Portland Arms
    Tue 28th – BRISTOL – The Croft
    Wed 29th – NOTTINGHAM – Red Rooms
    Thu 30th – GLASGOW – Broadcast
    Fri 31st – LIVERPOOL – Mello Mello

    Sat 1st – ALDERSHOT – West End Centre
    Sat 7th – CHELMSFORD – The Loop (HOMETOWN SHOW)

    Posted 2013-05-23 19:03:28. Leave a comment