A stack of Good Things sideshows coming your way this December.
“It is a very interesting time at the moment”
“We feel that this is for the best and we are all eager to pursue other passions and opportunities at this point of our lives.”
“I was a shell of a man”
Shikari Bring ‘The Redshift’ Down Under
A big song gets an even bigger music video.
In a performance which has divided punters as to whether it’s “really good” or “murders the original”, English four-piece Enter Shikari have covered Supermassive Black Hole, a track by English three-piece Muse. Enter Shikari’s take on the 2006 Muse single (below) saw an unexpected reworking of the track, with stripped-back verses, snippets of extra noise
Enter Shikari have seen a lot come and go in their 12 years together as a band. The MySpace era, the relevance of publications that once served as their kingmakers and a myriad of bands attempting to steal their thunder and ultimately falling by the wayside are to name but a few. The band’s pinpoint-specific
Some of Australia’s best-loved musos (and a few much-loved international acts) have teamed up to raise money for two local charities, by auctioning off some unique and super-collectible items. Announced today, and led by Byron Bay post-hardcore band In Hearts Wake, the auction includes items donated by the likes of local acts The Amity Affliction,
Enter Shikari frontman Rou Reynolds has opened up a can of whoop-ass on a rogue fan who allegedly made a grab for his family jewels during a performance in Portsmouth, UK. “I defy anyone to have their scrotum grabbed and not lash out instinctively,” Reynolds said of the incident in a statement, which was posted
English progressive hardcore outfit Enter Shikari have announced they will be making their way back to Australia for a strong of tour dates in May 2015 backed by their forthcoming full length The Mindsweep. The four piece will kick things off at Fremantle’s Metropolis on Monday, 18th May, before making their way through Adelaide, Melbourne,
Now entering their 13th of existence, progressive hardcore outfit Enter Shikari could be forgiven for resting on their laurels. But if the UK quartet’s latest record, The Mindsweep, is anything to go by, it’s abundantly clear these fiercely independent punk-rock protagonists have no interest in settling into complacency. Arguably Enter Shikari’s most progressive record —
English alt metal act Enter Shikari have unveiled their latest track, The Last Garrison, the first single to be taken off of their upcoming fourth studio record, The Mindsweep, due out in January 2015. Speaking recently about the direction of the record, frontman Rou Reynolds says the band “pushed ourselves vocally with some of the
English alternative metal act Enter Shikari have announced they will release The Mindsweep, their fourth studio album, in January 2015. On the direction of The Mindsweep frontman Rou Reynolds says the band “pushed ourselves vocally with some of the rawest angriest vocals we’ve ever done as well as some of the most dulcet and delicate”.
Enter Shikari drummer Rob Ralfe has told Gigwise that fellow UK band Arctic Monkeys were the worst festival headliner that he’d ever seen, following Shikari’s set at the UK’s Reading Festival. In the interview, which you can check out below, frontman Rou Reynolds and drummer Ralfe spoke about the possibility of the band one day
Warped Tour top dogs have handed down the line up for the next edition of the festival to take place in the UK. Kicking off Saturday, 16th November, Warped Tour UK will be infested with top-tier acts for the entire two-day process with time-tested favourites Rise Against taking pole position for the first night and
Never ones to rest on their laurels, post-hardcore-step bros Enter Shikari have released Radiate, the first of three songs we can expect from them this year. The track has dropped at the same time the band have revealed they will be debuting their side project at the forthcoming Leeds/Reading festivals in the UK. At this
What’s a Paddington Frisk you ask? Well, chances are you’re going to have more questions on your mind after you check out the short and strange new clip to emerge from the Enter Shikari camp. Titled The Paddington Frisk, the ditty clocks less than a minute-and-a-half but is sure to leave a lasting impression. As
Out of the blue, Foals have launched a scathing assessment of fellow countrymen Enter Shikari, labelling the post-hardcore mad dogs as “trampoline jumping twats”. Nationality may have been the only two things the band seemed to have in common, but it now appears they also share a twisted sense of humor. About 4 hours ago,
If there was ever a band to have full-blown ADD, it would have to be Enter Shikari. With the dust still yet to settle on their latest release, A Flash Flood Of Colour, the gang have announced work has begun on the next album. We probably shouldn’t get too excited yet as a recent tweet