The Vaccines, Shame and Oranje all feature on this week’s Noisy Playlist!


Every week we put together a playlist of all the bands we have covered over the past seven days and compile it into one handy playlist called the Noisy Playlist!

This week we have feature our pals Oranje and a couple of tracks of their debut EP ‘Bitter Sweet’. We also feature songs from some of the recently announced bands set to appear at this year’s Reading and Leeds festival as well as a few of the bands set to play at the Teddy Rocks festival.

Check it out below:

Slipknot planning for 2019 studio return


Let’s face it, when it comes to Slipknot there is always that apprehension of ‘Will they? Won’t they?’ sort of vibe on if they will do one more album. According to Corey Taylor  though, 2019 will be the year the ‘Knot heads into the studio.

In an interview with Musik Universe, Corey opens up about the foreseeable future of Slipknot and that he is currently penning lyrics to three songs whilst on tour with Stone Sour.

The vocalist had this to say about the new songs the band has been sending him “It’s awesome, it’s everything i want it to be” he also adds “I’ve been sent about six songs now and they are really, really good and just in that demo form

I’m actually writing lyrics for three of them as we speak, and it’s dark, it’s really dark and it’s probably the most autobiographical I have been in years, just for the fact that I’ve been through a lot the past few years, and I’ve been sitting on a lot, so i’m writing from a stand point of where I am now, instead of where I was” he continues “Now, i’m writing it from the stand point of a man who has been through a lot, not just a young man but an older man and try to figure things out“.

He goes on to confirm that the plan for the follow up to .5: The Gray Chapter is on it’s way “Next year, absolutely next year, sometime in that year (2019) we will definitely be finish writing it, record it and be ready to go on the road“. Get ready to get your pre-orders in then!

In the same interview Corey also offers his thoughts on Shawn Crahan aka Clown potentially calling it a day after the next album.

We all kind of say that, I’ve said it in the past, it’s been something we’ve always said, not in a negative way, when we get to the point when we physically can’d do Slipknot the way we want to do it, we’ll stop and for some of us, the years of being in Slipknot has taken it’s toll“. Unsurprising when you look at some of their past live performances, especially the earlier you go, the more insane the on stage antics get.

If that was his (Clown’s) decision, I wouldn’t do Slipknot without him, absolutely not, for me, it’s been tough to continue the way we have, we’ve done it out of necessity, without Clown there is a certain mentality that goes in to Slipknot, and he started it, he’s always been the vision for this band, and without that it crumbles“.

You can watch the full interview here:

Weekly Playlist – 23/10

The Weekly Playlist is back again for another week, featuring a variety of rock music from the latest releases to some absolute classics you may not have listened to in a while.

This week we have new releases from Frank Turner, Roam and Waterparks, as well as the latest single from Weezer called ‘Happy Hour’ which will feature on their new album Pacific Daydream. We also have classics from Guns N Roses, Metallica and Van Halen which was also a cracking track to play on Guitar Hero with the banging solo at the beginning of the song.

Also introducing Finn Doherty to this week’s playlist with his song ‘Bruv’ a singer/songwriter local to Norwich and North London.

Check it out below:


  1. Rise Against – Intro/Chamber The Cartridge
  2. While She Sleeps – Hurricane
  3. Guns N’ Roses – Welcome to the Jungle
  4. Metallica – One
  5. Royal Blood – Lights Out
  6. Foo Fighters – These Days
  7. Green Day – Jesus of Suburbia
  8. Slipknot – Duality
  9. Waterparks – Blonde
  10. Neck Deep – In Bloom
  11. Finn Doherty – Bruv
  12. Weezer – Happy Hour
  13. Frank Turner – There She Is
  14. ROAM – Playing Fiction
  15. Tonight Alive – Temple
  16. The Sherlocks – Live for the Moment
  17. Primal Scream – Loaded
  18. Four Year Strong – Heroes Get Remembered, Legends Never Die
  19. BlackWaters – Fuck Yeah
  20. Liam Gallagher – Greedy Soul
  21. Van Halen – Hot For Teacher

Slipknot’s ‘Day of The Gusano’ out now!

When these guys do live DVDs, it’s always well worth a watch.

Slipknot have finally released their live DVD and album ‘Day of The Gusano’ shot entirely from Mexico at their very own festival Knotfest.

Available on CD, vinyl, DVD and Blu-ray, it contains interviews with the band members reflecting on the band and their loyal fans. The documentary itself was directed by the bands very own Shawn ‘Clown’ Crahan as they document their first visit to Mexico City.

Here is Psychosocial from the live DVD ‘Day of The Gusano’

Keep an eye out for just how much DJ Sid Wilson runs around in this!