News Update: 17th November

November 17, 2010 – 14:14

KID ADRIFT NEW SINGLE & VIDEO ‘A4 IN ECSTACY’ OUT NOV 22ND’A4 In Ecstasy’ is the new single from Kid Adrift. Inspired by Aphex Twin and “Pretty Hate Machine” era Nine Inch Nails. Its processed beats and tough direct sound signals a leap on from the ‘Oxytocin EP’ that was released earlier in the year. It’s a forthright, emotional track that delivers a message straight to the heart and mind.

INNERPARTYSYSTEM make their long-awaited return to the UK with a one-off Madame JoJo’s show on 20th January 2011. 50 copies of a very limited-edition ‘American Trash’ 7” will be given out for free at the show to those who get through the doors first so get there early! The new single ‘American Trash’ will be released 7th February, 2011.

Tigertailz will release their new album ‘Bezerk Live: Burnin’ Fuel’ on December 6th, 2010, but Tailz Maniacz can still pre-order their copy of ‘Bezerk Live: Burnin’ Fuel’ right now. Copies will normally cost £9.99, but for a strictly limited 7-day period (19-26th Nov 2010), you can get £2 off, paying only £7.99 plus postage.
To Pre-Order a copy now go to the Merch section at

Nottingham (November 17, 2010): Patchwork Grace have added yet another trophy to their cabinet – by having their track Play Dead heard by millions of wrestling fans from around the world.
The Nottingham rockers have won a Kerrang! Magazine/Total Nonstop Action (TNA) Wrestling competition, which sees the title track of their latest EP used on TNA Wrestling’s flagship iMPACT! television show.
Play Dead was chosen as the winning song by a panel of judges that included TNA Wrestling star “Nature Boy” Ric Flair, Kerrang! journalist Daniel Lane, Carl Wormald of SJM Concerts and Serg Salinas, Vice President of TNA Knockout Music.

Great News for Eddie Izzard fans! The long awaited soundtrack album by Sarah McGuinness for the Emmy nominated ‘Believe: The Eddie Izzard Story’ is available from 22nd November. Including the much in demand theme song “Mama Can You See Me Now”, the soundtrack spans five decades and reflects many of the genres of the times; 60’s radio jingle, glam-rock, disco, 80’s synth-pop and electronic. The film’s theme tune, “Mama Can You See Me Now”, is skillfully remodeled throughout the film to reflect these different genres. The most requested of these is the glam-rock style 70’s version and its sister ballad “Mama”, which begins and ends the movie as Eddie walks on stage for his final show. Produced by Mickey Petralia (Flight Of The Conchords), the entire soundtrack is written and performed by McGuinness whose recent credits include scoring Jake West’s ‘Whacked’ and Paul Hills’ ‘Secrets’. In addition, McGuinness has scored the music and created the distinctive opening sequences for Izzard’s more recent tours. Believe: The Eddie Izzard Story is a fast-paced 103-minute documentary that blends side-splitting clips from Izzard’s outrageous gigs such as Dressed to Kill and Sexie with emotionally candid moments backstage as Izzard brainstorms his latest act from scratch. This unique insight into this much loved comedian’s life, will be available on DVD from 22nd November and will also be available for download via iTunes. The album is available for pre-order on iTunes here:

Rocky Loves Emily have posted a behind the scenes clip from the set of their “Clueless” music video which is set to debut online next week, along with their Tooth & Nail Records debut EP American Dream (out Nov 22).
Here’s the link:

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