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December Streets Magic Music Video

December Streets have released the music video for their hugely popular single, Magic. Watch it here.

December Streets have released the music video for their hugely popular single, Magic. This beautifully shot and designed video mirrors the roller-coaster of emotions experienced during the tumultuous and often dark time following a break-up. Watch it here. 

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Miss May I to Headline Krank’d Up 2018

Miss May I to Headline Krank'd Up 2018

American metalcore band Miss May I have been announced as the headlining act for Krank’d Up 2018. An explosive metal band that always pushes their own boundaries and are hell-bent on challenging the metal status quo. Krank’d Up featuring Miss May I and SikTh takes place on Saturday, 29 September at Sundowners, Alberton. The international headliner will be announced soon, along with 19 spectacular South African rock and metal ...

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Gunshot Blue Neon Love Music Video

South African psychedelic blues act, Gunshot Blue have released their new single entitled Neon Love. Watch the official music video here:

South African psychedelic blues act, Gunshot Blue have released their new single entitled Neon Love. The single is taken from the band’s anticipated full length album, Until The Last Prayer, set to release later this year. Watch the official music video for Neon Love…

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SikTh announced for Krank’d Up 2018

Sikth announced as the first international act for Krank'd Up 2018

Krank’d Up returns with an emphatic bang at the announcement of SikTh as their first international act of 2018’s highly anticipated instalment. The six-piece band that stumbled upon a sound unexplored, who devised their own Morse code of metal – one that mushroomed into labyrinthine detours and tangents, that ultimately lead to the birth of djent metal are headed to South ...

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