Comeback Kid More Than Turn It Around In Their New Single
13th June 2017, 10:30
Posted by Tristan

An unlikely pairing of Devin Townsend in the track and they’ve announced that they have signed to Nuclear Blast!

The Faceless Have Released A Brand New Song
13th June 2017, 09:30
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But do we care?

Tristan’s Top Five Metal Tracks – June
8th June 2017, 09:30
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One of the many joys of being part of the musical world is the ability to listen to all sorts or material out there. I thought it was high time that I compiled a monthly list of my top five tracks.

Time Waits For No Slave But I Did For Napalm Death
6th June 2017, 15:30
Posted by Tristan

Napalm Death are one of the most influential bands to come out of the Extreme Music scene and they might not be an easy dish to swallow at first but I certainly remember my first mouthful.

Paradise Lost - Medusa
Avert Your Eyes To The Stoney Gaze of Paradise Lost
6th June 2017, 14:15
Posted by Tristan

Shortly after having signed to Nuclear Blast, Paradise Lost have unveiled their follow up to 2015’s The Plague Within titled Medusa.

The Contortionist – “Reimagined”
6th June 2017, 08:15
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At last, yesterday The Contortionist broke the silence surrounding their brand new album by releasing their first single “Reimagined” from the forthcoming record Clairvoyant out September 15th.

Next To None’s “The Apple” Doesn’t Fall Far From The Tree
5th June 2017, 13:27
Posted by Tristan

In keeping with the classic Train of Thought quote from “Honour Thy Father“, spelled out by Max Portnoy’s father the drum deity Mike Portnoy, where he says “The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree” it will take on a new meaning in Max’s band, Next To None have created their own story entirely from their brand new album.

Whether Its Ariana Grande, Gojira, Justin Bieber, The Black Dahlia Murder or Coldplay We’ll Always Stand Together
5th June 2017, 10:00
Posted by Tristan

This weekend has seen the re appearance of a threat that we all know to be true. Speaking in hushed tones, the atrocities that were committed in London on Saturday should never be ignored. Understanding that the only way to truly beat these horrendous acts is to come together, Manchester put on a triumphant show last night following the attack there just a mere two weeks ago. 

Loathe As One In The Light Of The Cold Sun : Meet The Band With A Difference
1st June 2017, 16:25
Posted by Tristan

To be original in the year 2017 is a hard ask. With the sheer amount of bands that are freely available multiplying day by day, to do something different you have to really stand out of the crowd. Despite taking a leaf out of the Slipknot style book with their vocalist’s decision to wear masks for their EP, Loathe have since abandoned this sense of anonymity and taken to their own niche. 

Nineties Death Metal | Cannibal Corpse – Butchered At Birth
30th May 2017, 11:10
Posted by Tristan

Following on from their vicious debut of Eaten Back To Life, Cannibal Corpse began their second bloodied chapter. Still having the vocal talents of one Chris Barnes, their latest release would begin their truly horrendous album covers, which would lead to all sorts of bans over Europe. 

3 Inches of Blood Fire
Ten Years Later – 3 Inches of Blood’s Fire Up The Blades
28th May 2017, 13:00
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After the first instalment in a new series celebrating a records ten year anniversary this year, we saw the diabolical conjuring of Dimmu Borgir’s In Sorte Diaboli. Now we turn our steely gaze to the Canadian genius that was 3 Inches of Blood‘s Fire Up The Blades.

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The Faceless Are Screwed
26th May 2017, 13:45
Posted by Tristan

Notorious for being unreliable, this time, The Faceless may well have taken the biscuit. Previously cancelling an entire Australian tour support slot with The Black Dahlia Murder, without letting fans know The Faceless screwed up. Now they’ve done it again and I think this is it.

Biters Nod To The Past In The Future Ain’t What It Used To Be
25th May 2017, 10:37
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If it ain’t broke don’t fix it. Very much a mentality that could be applied to more than a few bands but rather than put it down to complacency, some are just brilliant at what they do. Following on from their debut record, Electric Blood, Biters have seen their popularity simply soar. Having had spots on prestigious tours the world over, the Atlantan bunch return for their second helping of Rock ‘n’ Roll that is The Future Ain’t What It Used To Be.

What Have Alestorm And Pirates of The Caribbean Got In Common?
24th May 2017, 16:45
Posted by Tristan

Set to hit cinemas this week, the brand new chapter in the series,  Pirates of The Caribbean : Dead Men Tell No Tales will be unleashed, conveniently at exactly the same time as the brand new Alestorm album No Grave But The Sea. I delved into the depths to see what the two might have had in common…

Decrepit Birth Have At Last Announced Their New Record
24th May 2017, 09:30
Posted by Tristan

Underdogs in the Death Metal arena, Decrepit Birth have finally announced their brand new album Axis Mundi will be released on July 24th and here’s why you should all care.

Could Will To Power Be Arch Enemy’s Most Important Release To Date?
23rd May 2017, 13:00
Posted by Tristan

Announcing yesterday that the band have finished their work on brand new album Will To Power, we see why this could be one of the bands most exciting releases yet. 

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