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NRC-123 This Has To End

With Jethro


This week Jethro Explains why “This Has To End……


NEWS

  • The Five Hundred have released a new single. “Our Demise” is the third single from the metalcore band’s new album “A World on Fire” and grabs you immediately with riffs, screams and a huge chorus that you can’t help but sing along to. The album is available for pre-order now, with it being set to release on 30th July through Long Branch Records on all major streaming platforms.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EKPO9v3hCSE

  • Our boy Jim has smashed out an Entombed cover alongside Ash Cotterill of Pemphigoid, As the World Dies and Wretched Incarnate. Their cover, which is of the song “Like This With the Devil”, is, as is the original, an absolute banger. Between the two of them they’ve definitely done Entombed justice, with the almost chainsaw like vocals being a highlight alongside the riff’s that just make you wanna grow out your hair and headbang!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c6M8n-rBR1s&ab_channel=JimPlumbJimPlumb

  • Speaking of Pemphigoid, the death metal powerhouses have been announced for this years Bloodstock Open Air festival. The band are set to play the Newblood stage on the 12th of August. The festival is set to be headlined by Devin Townsend, Kreator and Judas Priest. What a fucking lineup!

https://www.facebook.com/pemphigoid/

  • Local Indie rock staple Good Hustles have been put on a compilation cassette tape called “Charitapes vol. 2”. The aim of the tapes is to raise money for the Equal Justice Initiative, who are a non-profit organisation whose goal is the end mass incarceration in the US and protect basic human rights for the most vulnerable in American Society. The song “Too Far” is featured on the tracklist, having originally came out in January of this year.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrvM0FiK-XE&ab_channel=CommonTimeTapes

  • Finally Decade and a Day have released a cover of “Your Power” by Billie Eilish. I’m obviously biased but I think it’s the best thing we have done yet, alongside our recent release “Egocentric” but that’s for you to judge! The cover is out now on YouTube on the link below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ta65ZEiVEk&ab_channel=Decade%26ADayDecade%26ADay

 

The News is provided by Josh Simpkins, if you wish to have announcement on the podcast please email news@nottsrockcast.co.uk


Local Music

The First band was

Confyde

With their song

Unicef kingdom

Check them out here https://www.facebook.com/confydemusic

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The Second band was

Negatory Effect Feat. Jim Plumb

With their song

Decadence

Check them out here http://negatoryeffect.co.uk

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Thanks from NottsRockCast!!

Thanks To Lewis Phillis From Beckon Lane For the podcast Introduction https://www.facebook.com/beckonlane/

Thanks to Negatory Effect for the intro music http://negatoryeffect.co.uk

Thanks to Matty From the death Metal band Mordhau for the news introduction – https://www.facebook.com/mordhauHM2/

Thanks to Josh Simpkins, Check out Decade and a Day here – https://www.facebook.com/DecadeAndADay

Thanks to Jim Plumb, Check out Jim’s YouTube channel here – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK3vsg94YpOWu-ct2qeW1QA

Also Checkout Jim’s Band Pagan Swordhttps://www.facebook.com/paganswordofficial

Thanks to Regular Riot for the gear used to make, record and produce this podcast! www.regular-riot.co.uk

All right and permissions have been obtained to play the local band songs in this podcast! All the background music has been provided by Regular Riot and Negatory Effect, and is original music of Negatory Effect band and is subject to copyright on their behalf. If you have any queries please email nottsrockcast@gmail.com for more info