This has the potential to be very exciting indeed.
The former frontman has spoken up about having to be the leader of a new movement.
We've filled you in on the albums that are celebrating their 5th birthday, now it's time to look at the records that came out a decade ago. Strap yourselves in, it's gonna get nostalgic.
The first announcement has just landed.
Gallows at Slam Dunk got pretty tasty. Our lad Ben Gibson was there to grab these shots.
Slam Dunk South. All of the bands. All of the coverage.
The Anglo-Norwegian punks have signed to Venn Records.
This is the first Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes track. And it's vicious.
There's a song and a show on the horizon, too.
The former Gallows and Pure Love man has a new project. THIS IS EXCITING, ISN'T IT?
Let's get down to it, then. Here's your rundown of all the internetty stuff that's happened over the past seven days.
Everyone form a big, violent circle now...
You might want to clear the area around your elbows for this one...
This Is Not The News (Can Everyone Seriously Stop Asking?): All The Small Stuff You Missed This Week
Y'alright? Compared to last week, this one's been comparatively quiet. Except for, you know, the Super Bowl. Here's all that non-important stuff you probably missed. Pay attention!
Oh shiiiiiit! You Me At Six will headline Slam Dunk Festival's 10-year anniversary weekend, and there's a whole lot more to get excited about, too!
These dates are the gift that keeps on giving.
It's not Bonfire Season anymore. But this is a jam.
Well, that's one way to bid farewell to your trusty old vehicle...
Some things have happened this week. The Ghost Inside announced a new album and Panic! At The Disco covered 'Bohemian Rhapsody', for starters. But here's some stuff that's a little less important (but funnier) than those...