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52 Issue 84 / 2016 INDIE TRACK OF THE MONTH: CHELSEA WOLFE I LOVE YOU ALL THE TIME Northern metalcore band Bring Me The Horizon scream their way to the top of the UK charts The singer-songwriter offers a haunting cover of Eagles of Death Metal After the tragic terrorist attack in Paris on 13 November last year, Eagles of Death Metal have asked musicians to submit their covers of their song "I Love You All The Time" with proceeds going towards aid for victims of the attacks via The Sweet Stuff Foundation. Chelsea Wolfe has provided the best cover, transforming the song's tone to a slow and eerie rendition, and using its French lyrics to provoke all kinds of emotions that surpass the original's intentions. "I Love You All The Time", with its universal lyrics, is the perfect canvas for Chelsea Wolfe's melancholic tribute. Metalcore band Bring Me The Horizon (BMTH) formed in 2003 with front man Oli Sykes and drummer Matt Nicholls both sharing common interests in American Metalcore bands, such as Norma Jean and Skycamefalling. They both attended local hardcore punk shows in Sheffield and soon decided that their dream was to form a Metalcore band of their own. BMTH have had five albums in their career with the most recent titled [That's The Spirit] in 2015. Just this week the band recieved the Innovation NME award with Austin, Texas and Mark Williams, editor in chief at NME said that "their live shows are absolutely mind-blowing and as a band, they have an incredible amount of creative energy". Nice one lads. ONE TO WATCH DID SOMEONE SAY METALCORE? ALBUM OF THE MONTH: TY SEGALL - EMOTIONAL MUGGER Ty Segall has a welcome return to his lo-fi psychedelic sound As one of the kings of garage rock, Ty Segall has had an interesting few years. Taking a break from his iconic sound, he's released two LPs that show off his acoustic singer/songwriter style. Lo-fi classics like [Melted] and [Slaughterhouse] were for a brief period forgotten, with Segall instead discovering the boundaries of his writing on the opposite side of rock. [Emotional Mugger] takes the American solo artist back to his psychedelic sound he's known for, and it's a welcome return. He's less concerned with perfectly crafted melodies and more interested in creating a weird vibe that matches the creepy black and white album cover. After eight years of non-stop releases, Segall took more time to pull this together and it's completely paid off, with a full circle back to his more harsh and experimental sound. Body War Show Me The Body Is the Is Are DIIV Hymns Bloc Party Blue Lights Jorja Smith Music For Listen- ing to Music To La Sera Walk To The One You Love Twin Peaks Capatalized Big Ups Dust Parquet Courts Hollywood Honduras Painting With Animal Collective High Power The Dirty Nil Gone Day Wave NEW RELEASES

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