Tag: Harbinger

The Black Map #110: Sphinx from London!

Originating in Faro, Portugal and relocating to London, Progressive Death Metal quartet Sphinx are a beast of Pacific Rim status. The quartet debuted “Immortal” in 2017, an album not only strongly influenced by old school technical Death Metal acts but also by a love of videogames, fables and paying attention to the finest of details

Playthrough: “The Fear Of Sorrow” from Harbinger!

It seems hard to believe but the debut full length from Harbinger reached its 1st Anniversary on 17th May. “Compelled To Suffer” has served them well, taking them to both Bloodstock and Tech-Fest last summer and to celebrate they have put together this guitar and bass playthrough video for “The Fear Of Sorrow” in drop

Review: “Slerm” EP by Suffer

Wolverhampton Beatdown Deathcore collective Suffer – Chobba (Vocals), Jack (Drums), Ash (Guitar), Jack (Bass) and Kie (Guitar) – like their music like they like their anvils. Heavy. They’ve racked up the live shows, appearing at the final incarnation of Fall In The Brawl and also sharing stages with the likes of Harbinger and Vexed since

Review: “For The Sick” by Red Method

“The Method was painted with his own blood. The Method is Red. We are Red Method and we are coming to make our mark“. Claiming a styles of Metal, Heavy Metal, Tech Metal, Death Metal and even Progressive Metal can be found in their sound, Jeremy Gomez (Vocals), Alex Avdis (Keyboards/ Samples), Fred Myers (Drums),

Playthrough: “Instruments Of Guilt” from Harbinger!

In a fresh upload of a guitar playthrough of “Instruments Of Guilt” Harbinger 6 stringer Ben Sutherland takes us through the track from 2016s “Paroxysm” EP. They’re still looking for a new vocalist with former Monstaries man Jack Kinsey filling in for their tour with Nekrogoblikon. So if you’re up for the challenge of fronting

Listmania: Metal Noise Top #5 Surprises of 2019!

Between Christmas and New Year it’s Listmania season here at Metal Noise. We bang our heads together, have a few beers and celebrate The Good, The Bad and The downright Ugly of the past year with a bunch of short lists of things we think are worthy of note. So today’s action is the Top

NEWS: Eminent take on a Lamb Of God classic!

Who doesn’t like Lamb Of God? How many of Reese’s Pieces can you fit in a bathtub? Who will be playing Tech-Fest in 2020? These are the questions that keep us awake at night. At last year’s incarnation of Tech-Fest Harbinger took to the afterparty stage as Slam Of God having previously played as Slamtera

NEWS: Godeater and Vexed join forces!

After a hugely successful run with Harbinger on the “Compelled To Suffer” release tour, Glaswegian Technical Death Metallers God Eater will be working off the excesses of the Festive Season on a co-headlining trek with Vexed. They’re promising debut album “All Flesh Is Grass” being played in full every night. 23rd Glasgow, Audio 24th Manchester,

NEWS: The Return Of Nekrogoblikon!

After the unequivocal success of last May’s Sounds Of Carnage Tour, Goblin Island natives Nekrogoblikon are set to return to Skull Island like the all conquering Vikings for a run of headlining shows with support from For I Am King and Harbinger. That news also suggests that Harbinger have a new vocalist lined up to

NEWS: Malign share “Fragility” video!

Filmed at a show back in August with Black Tongue, Loathe and Clawhammer, Manchester Grime Beatdown Hardcore 6 piece Malign landed a music video for “Fragility” from the debut EP “Stand Your Ground”. Having dropped like Napalm over Vietnam it’s one we reviewed a little while back so feel free to check out our thoughts