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Stream Enter Shikari’s New Single, “Never Let Go Of The Microscope”

Now just two months away from the release of their fourth studio album, Enter Shikari are streaming the second single, titled “Never Let Go Of The Microscope.” The song comes from the band’s upcoming record, The Mindsweep, which arrives on January 20 via Ambush Reality and Hopeless Records. Pre-orders for The Mindsweep can be found […]

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Enter Shikari Unveil Details On New Album, Announce UK/European Tour

Enter Shikari‘s long-awaited follow up to 2012’s A Flash Flood of Colour, entitled The Mindsweep, has been given a release date of January 19, 2015. The album is set to be released by Play It Again Sam, Ambush Reality and Hopeless Records in CD and vinyl formats, along with a ton of extras within the […]

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MUSIC VIDEO: Enter Shikari – Warm Smiles Do Not Make You Welcome Here

UK rockers Enter Shikari are back on Under The Gun Review today with the release of their exciting new video for “Warm Smiles Do Not Make You Welcome Here” and it is a riot! I will not give anything away, except that the group decides to make a bunch of clones of themselves for the […]

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Enter Shikari Release “Sssnakepit” Live Video

Enter Shikari have released a live video of their new single “Sssnakepit” at the Electric Ballroom in London, England. This high definition video shows the guys pumping up the crowd and giving one of the most energetic shows we have ever seen. The performance is included on the Phenakistoscope bonus DVD, featured on the deluxe […]

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STREAM: Enter Shikari – Arguing With Thermometers

It is truly a great day for all Enter Shikari fans out there. The group have released a stream of their new song “Arguing With Thermometers” and it is absolutely punishing. We feel like this song best describe’s their upcoming album, A Flash Flood Of Colour, being released through Ambush Reality. This song combines quick […]

Review: Enter Shikari – Tribalism

Though their limited discography is impressive, it seems a bit early to be reaching for the cutting room floor.