If you are anything like us your ears would have perked up after hearing the latest Virgin Trains Tv Ad. That’s because you would have heard the unmistakable sound of Carnifex’s breakdowns coming from your Tv screen. Turns out Virgin Trains have decided to use Carnifex’s ‘Answers In Mourning ‘ to portray driving in a
We are here on a cold London night outside the small Camden Underworld. Above the venue a massive AUGUST BURNS RED: SOLD OUT sign resides. This is night 1 of the US Metalcore bands European celebration of their Messengers album; The record that carved a place out for them in the annals of Metal history.
Us metal heads are viewed as the black (metal lulz) sheep of society – so here is a scuzzfeed style list just for us, that excludes everyone else for a change! Number 10 will shock you!
Long island hardcore punks ‘Stray from the path’ have alluded to a release date for their new album along with a short teaser clip, as well as title released on their fb page: The LP looks to be called ‘Only Death Is Real’ and the release date is September 8th, 2017. The band have said
It will forever be a mystery as to why so many people struck off Biffy Clyro as being potential Download headliners, or actually, maybe it isn’t. A lot of people will look at Simon Niel and think he’s a Top of the pops chancer who happened to find himself on the precious Main Stage of
If you were present at this years annual gathering of drunk greebs in a field, you will most likely either have come for the Nu-Metal behemoths System of a down or classic 80s rockers Aerosmith. However there were a whole host of up and coming acts which blew open the minds of those lucky enough
It has been 6 years since the Armenian Nu-Metal giants have played Donnington, and this year we see them gracing it again for the second time since their hiatus ended. Right away the setlist was strong, they blossomed into the iconic “Soldier side” from the Mesmerize album and then blasted straight into the first track
This is it, the UK farewell for a band which has brought over 20 years of blistering live shows, crazy onstage antics and the musical definition of “Controlled chaos” is here. You can see the energy flowing as soon as the five-piece burst into ‘Prancer.’ Live they are undeniable, and people walking into the tent
Every time I die’s Keith Buckley has had to drop out of a few tour dates due to family issues. Luckily on some of the dates singers from other bands have been filling in, giving the audience a very unique experience. One we’re excited about is Sam Carter, having filled in for the sextet during
Coining a genre and consequently a 20 year career consisting of many stage dives, raucous live performances and feces thrown into a live audience is no mean feat, but the Mathcore pioneers have done it and are now calling it a day with final album “Dissociation”, leaving behind a legacy of twisted time signatures and