Axis Of Feature In Kerrang's! Anarchy In The UK
Who are they?: Punk-edged, rock-peddling noiseniks loved by The Bronx.
You should care because:Their brash guitars, lyrics like, "My girlfriend's the hardest man in Belfast" and frantic live show impressed The Bronx so much that're opening the LA punks' entire UK tour! Let's face it, if they're punk enough for The Bronx, They're punk enough for you!
What they say: "2013's looking highly enjoyable!" says frontman Ewen Friers. "We'll be releasing our debut album (Kinding St Kilda), hitting the road with our pals The Bronx again! But it's really simple: we're looking forward to doing what we dreamed about as kids starting our first bands - travelling further, playing more shows and meetingf loads of exciting characters."
For Fans of: The Bronx, Gallows, Everytime I Die.
Check out: We Dine On Seeds, Via YouTube.
Belfast also rocks because: In the late 70's, Belfast shook to the punk sounds of Stiff Little Fingers, and still boasts a fertile scene for new bands. And if you're there, pop into Dragon Records.
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