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"'Believe in This' Single review - Rock Sound 100% Volume CD 162"

This is absolutely superb. Taking all the best bits from 2001/2 back when nu-metal was so awesome, Collisions have spliced together a winning formula. Overload of frantic percussion and beats that actually fits together, alongside wailing Prodigy-style noises and fractured howls. Add in some crunching riffs that are straight from the One Minute Silence rulebook of nu-metal, whilst the quick-fire rap-rock and frat-boy party atmosphere means you’re on to a winner. -

"Collisions 'Believe in This' EP review"

Collisions burst onto the music scene just last year, and have already created waves within the industry. It seems now that electronic/drum and bass and metal are being joined together by a larger and larger number of bands, and Collisions are the next band on the list to try it out. They’ve already had their video for the title track ‘Believe In This’ doing the rounds on the internet, as well as being showcased on the likes of Scuzz.

The band seems to have nicely blended both the electronic and bass thump of drum and bass with a heavier sound of metal guitars and harsh vocals. Opening track ‘Believe In This’ is probably the best track of the entire album: it epitomises what Collisions are trying to do. It has a catchy and memorable chorus and heavier vocals while also sounding like something to dance to.

Unfortunately this then follows on a couple of tracks later with probably the weakest track of the EP, ‘Chasing Forms’: it’s nothing too bad, but it doesn’t have the same power that the other tracks seem to have. The rest of the album is a mix of heavier songs, with ‘Fire Fire’, ‘Push’ and a remix of their own song ‘Once Weary Eyes’, to prove that they can perform drum and bass as well as the heavier metal tracks.

This is a promising opening EP to hint at a very bright future for this band. The only way I can describe them in simpler terms is like a heavier version of Enter Shikari, but with better screaming vocals.

- Hit the Floor magazine

"Electro-Metallers to tour with Hed(PE)"

Electro-metal fusionists COLLISIONS will support (hed) PE on their upcoming European tour and stream brand new track
Brighton’s electro-metal fusionists COLLISIONS are set to storm Europe this March with their hybrid of drum & bass, metal, punk and electronica, when they hit the road with the legendary (hed) PE.
The band have also made the slamming brand new track ‘Believe In This’, available to stream. Check it out here:
The (hed) P.E. tour directly follows COLLISIONS’ UK tour with South London Metallers, Bloodloss, dates are:
UK tour with Bloodloss
01 Mar, The Bell (formerly the The Hobgoblin), Bicester
02 Mar, The Wheatsheaf, Banbury
03 Mar, The White Swan, Aylesbury
08 Mar, The Hydrant, Brighton
09 Mar, Scream Lounge, Croydon, London
European tour with (hed) PE
20 Mar, L´empreinte, Savigny le Temple, France
21 Mar, Tivoli De Helling, Utrecht, The Netherlands
22 Mar, Nieuwe Nor, Herleen, The Netherlands
23 Mar, Orange Peel, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
24 Mar, Headcrash, Hamburg, Germany
25 Mar, Cassiopeia, Berlin, Germany
26 Mar, Undeground, Cologne, Germany
28 Mar, Universum, Stuttgart, Germany
29 Mar, Abart Music AG, Zurich, Switzerland
30 Mar, Bloom, Milan, Italy
Further UK shows:
13 Apr, 100 Club, London w/ The Spindle Sect
11 Aug, Screamfest, Eden Nightclub, Telford
Since forming in 2011, COLLISIONS have been filling dance-floors across their home town with a refreshingly unique, high-octane fusion of metal, punk and drum & bass. Support slots with the rap-electronica-rock crossover masters Senser and local buzz band Floors & Walls quickly established the Brighton four-piece as a must see live act, and simply through word of mouth their debut headline show at The Hydrant was a complete sell out.
COLLISIONS will be releasing their debut EP, “Believe In This”, later this year. - Highwire Daze


'Once Weary Eyes' Single - available on Spotify and iTunes
'Believe in This' EP - Featuring the songs 'Believe in This' and 'Push' as seen on Kerrang! radio and Scuzz TV



Collisions crashed onto the alternative scene with the self-release of their debut single ‘Once Weary Eyes’ in the middle of 2011. Forcing together elements of Melodic Metal, Punk, Drum and Bass and Dubstep, they produce a distinctive and heavy sound that will compel you to move.

With a new drummer on board for 2012, Collisions released their debut EP in early May. Kerrang and Total Rock Radio made the band featured artists, Rock Sound gave it 7/10, and critical acclaim came from webzines including Pure Rawk, Dawn of the Deaf and Heavy Petal. The supporting video for the EPs title track, Believe in This [Recorded at Black Hangar Studios with Digby Milner – Harry Potter, Star Wars, and Metal Wasp Media – Protest the Hero, Acoda] hit Scuzz TV and Rocketed to no7 of the week’s new video chart, finishing above Lamb of God, Slash and Miles Kennedy.

All this was going on while the band undertook a European support slot to Rap Metal legends HED P.E. Once home, Collisions continued across the UK with Bands such as the Spindle Sect, Bloodloss, Karl Phillips and the Midnight Ramblers, and are looking to cultivate the fanbase over further 2013.

The Second release, Push, has also begun doing the rounds, and has YouTube Views skyrocketing, reaching the thousands in a few days. It has already scored a Special mention on the Alex Baker Show and awaits the reviews to pour in. Coinciding with a UK tour with Tech Metal upstarts The Algorigthm, including shows with Djent newcomers Hacktivist, Push is set to do as well if not surpass its predecessor.

2012 has left Collisions with plenty to rest under their belts. The Band enters 2013 with high hopes, bright prospects, and Tour Dates filling the Year Calendar.