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The Brickyard, Carlisle Mon 2nd July 2012
'UK Hardcore mob spread their wings in impressive fashion 4/5' - Big Cheese
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AS LONG AS WE LIVE
Relentless, confident and excellently executed. Your Demise are putting their money where their mouths are. 9/10 - Rock Sound
Stacked full of huge tunes. The quality of this album is not cannot be debated. 8/10. - Metal Hammer
UK Hardcore mob spread their wings in impressive fashion 4/5 - Big Cheese
Your Demise, one of the UK's hardest-working and most-respected bands are about to enter their own glory days having just released their new album The Golden Age. It's a fearless summary of modern punk rock all tied up in the band's unique style, and the year ahead will see YD leaving the basement scene behind and bravely breaking new ground, starting with a stint on prestigious Australian festival tour Soundwave, before headlining across Europe in March and the UK in April, where they topped the bill of the Rock Sound Impericon Exposure Tour.
The Golden Age is the most accurate depiction ever of who we are as a band and as people, says vocalist Ed McRae. If we could have written an album like this from the beginning then we would have. And recording it was very smooth it all happened very quickly because we're now better at integrating all our influences.
And being able to represent those influences the energy of SoCal skate punk, the brutality of East Coast hardcore and the big-hearted melody of the finest old-school pop-punk more fluidly than ever is what will catapult Your Demise above and beyond.
If The Golden Age has its roots in Your Demise's arm-long list of achievements at time of writing the only continent they've not toured is Antarctica; they've ripped up massive festivals such as Download and Reading and Leeds; they're as comfortable recording BBC sessions as they are turning a venue upside down; their last album 'The Kids We Used To Be' (Visible Noise) captured the attention of press and TV internationally then it also provides a clear road-map of the band's sky-high ambition.
The record features guest appearances from You Me At Six's Josh Franceschi and letlive.'s Jason Butler, as well as David Wood from Down To Nothing and Terror, Theo Kindynis from Last Witness, Ajay Jones from Brutality Will Prevail, Louis from Breaking Point and Dannika Webber from Evarose, a spread which shows the respect YD command worldwide.
The next 12 months will see YD again taking the fight internationally, with confirmed touring stints in Australia, Europe and North America and a busy summer of festivals off the back of the Rock Sound Impericon Exposure Tour.
Admission: £10.00 advance. Ages 14+. Please see entry policy on http://www.thebrickyardonline.com for info
Tickets: Buy tickets online from Skiddle or call Skiddle on 0843 289 3333. Alternatively pop into The Kings Head or S4 (beside Carlisle bus station).
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