Back up and running.

24 09 2009

It’s been a crazy year over here at the NGI headquarters. In between finishing school and working my ass of on some other projects this blog kinda got pushed to the backseat. I will try to update it more frequently in the future, but I can’t promise you guys anything.

Thanks for sticking around.



Bridge 9 Records signs Dead Swans

24 01 2009

UK hardcoreband Dead Swans signed to Bridge  9 Records. This confirms a longtime rumor and we couldn’t be happier for them. This means a full-length album is in the works and hopefully will be out soon.

Bridge Nine has announced yet another signing for 2009 and this time, they went across the pond and signed up the Dead Swans from the UK for the label’s first ever worldwide deal with a band from overseas. Label Manager Karl Hensel said, “It’s been a goal of ours to work with a band from overseas for a long time. Bridge Nine is a global label, and there’s a lot of great hardcore from the UK and Europe and we recognize that. Dead Swans was a band that a few Bridge Nine bands tipped us off about, and after checking around, it was a very easy decision.”

Formed in 2006, Dead Swans have been making a name throughout the UK and Europe with a ferocious blend of hardcore that takes the musical influence from turn of the century Boston hardcore like American Nightmare and Right Brigade. They add a discordant melody and double bass metallic edge that, when combined with vocalist Nick Worthington’s strained voicebox abuse, creates a mix that has been garnering the Brighton, UK band global attention. As such, they have shared the stage and the road with a very impressive list of bands worldwide-from Bridge Nine’s Ruiner and Verse to Blacklisted, Integrity, Alexisonfire, Cancer Bats, and Gallows.

Dead Swans have been enjoying an incredible past 12 months, considering all they’ve released to date is a demo, the Southern Blue EP on Thirty Days Of Night, and a split 7” with Architects. In fall of 2008, the Dead Swans were nominated for a Kerrang! Award as the Best British Newcomer-which was both as surprising as it was flattering. As guitarist Stewart “Pid” Payne stated, “It was real strange- a hardcore band being shortlisted at Kerrang! Awards, but we went for the experience. We got to hang out with the guys in Cancer Bats and Gallows, we got to meet Metallica and we heckled abuse at anyone we felt deserved it. It was a night we won’t be forgetting soon”.

During March and April, the band will be touring the UK and Europe with This Is Hell and the Blackout Argument that will lead them into April, when the band will be entering the studio to record their debut full-length which will hit stores later in 2009. Payne stated, “We are real happy about signing to Bridge Nine. We all want to travel worldwide with this band and working with B9 is going to allow us to do this. On top of that, being part of a label that in our opinion has put out some of the best hardcore records ever is exciting!”

Dead Swans myspace

Bridge 9 Records website

Morrissey – I’m Throwing My Arms Around Paris video launched

12 01 2009

The official music video for Morrissey’s new single “I’m Throwing My Arms Around Paris” was launched on today.  The single is featured on his new album entitled Years Of Refusal, set to be released on February 16th. Following the release of the album is a world tour. For dates check Morrissey’s official homepage.

Morrissey website

Groezrock 2009 presale starts

12 01 2009

The presale for this year’s Groezrock has officially started. As of right now, you can order your tickets on the festival’s website. Prices range from 40 to 78 euros. Check the website for more detailed information.

Over 30 bands have been announced so far, with big names such as The Get Up Kids, NOFX, Taking Back Sunday, Rise Against, Bullet For My Valentine, and many many more. And 12 more bands still have to be announced. Groezrock is proving to be one hell of a party this year.

For more information on bands, tickets, and more check out the website.

Bridge 9 Records signs Polar Bear Club

8 01 2009

The rumors were true, Polar Bear Club signed to Bridge 9 Records. Label owner Chris Wrenn explains:

“We couldn’t be more excited to add Polar Bear Club to the family. This was one of the best and easiest decisions we’ve made and it’s a great way to start off 2009. Not only are they an incredible band, but they know who they are and what they want to be-and they fit in perfect perfectly with the way B9 is growing.”

The band is currently working on their first album on Bridge 9 Records, which is becoming one of the most anticipated releases of 2009. As if that isn’t enough, the band is touring Europe with The Gaslight Anthem starting February. Check out the dates below!

2 Portsmouth, UK @ Wedgewood Rooms w/ The Gaslight Anthem
3 Birmingham, UK @ Academy w/ The Gaslight Anthem
4 Manchester, UK @ Academy 2 w/ The Gaslight Anthem
5 Bristol, UK @ Academy 2 w/ The Gaslight Anthem
6 Brighton, UK @ Concorde w/ The Gaslight Anthem
8 London, UK @ Shepherds Bush Empire NME Awards Show
10 Koln, Germany @ Underground w/ The Gaslight Anthem
11 Berlin, Germany @ Kato w/ The Gaslight Anthem
12 Malmo, Sweden @ KB w/ The Gaslight Anthem
13 Gothenburg, Sweden @ Sticky Fingers w/ The Gaslight Anthem
15 Helsinki, Finland @ Tavastia w/ The Gaslight Anthem
17 Stockholm, Sweden @ Debaser Slussen w/ The Gaslight Anthem
18 Copenhagen, Denmark @ Lille Vega w/ The Gaslight Anthem
19 Hamburg, Germany @ Knust w/ The Gaslight Anthem
20 Wiesbaden, Germany @ Schlachthof w/ The Gaslight Anthem
21 Munich, Germany @ 59:1 w/ The Gaslight Anthem
22 Vienna, Austria @ Flex w/ The Gaslight Anthem
24 Milan, Italy @ Zoe Club w/ The Gaslight Anthem
25 Zurich, Switzerland @ Mascotte w/ The Gaslight Anthem
27 Brussels, Belgium @ Botanique w/ The Gaslight Anthem
28 Groningen, Netherlands @ Vera w/ The Gaslight Anthem
1 Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Melkweg w/ The Gaslight Anthem
2 Norwich, UK @ Waterfront w/ The Gaslight Anthem
3 Nottingham, UK @ Rock City w/ The Gaslight Anthem
4 Dublin, Ireland @ The Academy w/ The Gaslight Anthem


Polar Bear Club myspace

Bridge 9 Records website


6 01 2009

From now on, Never Go Inside will be accepting music to review. We won’t be able to review everything we get, but we’ll try our best. If you want to have your band’s release reviewed, contact us at

It will be a while before we get things up, but in time this will start to roll.

Thank you.


The Year We Saw Them All sale

5 01 2009

This has been out for a while, but in the spirit of Christmas, Marijn decided to give everyone a discount on his DIY zine. It’s a collection of stories and drawings. It looks awesome.

for those who don’t know, this is not your average zine. no interviews or reviews, but just a collection of stories about how i managed to see every single movie that came out during my first year of university… for free, and some other adventures that happened in the movie theatre. comes on glossy paper with pretty sweet illustrations


1.5 euro if you come get it
2.5 euro if you’re in belgium
3.5 euro if you’re in europe
4 euro if you’re in the world

For more information about the zine, or to order your copy, go check out his website here or you can contact him at