Tag: Light The Torch

Bootleg: “In Waves” from Trivium!

Filmed in Chicago Illinois on 21st October, this cut of “In Waves” from Trivium was recorded in the absence of frontman and guitarist Matt Heafy and instead features the vocal pipes of Light The Torch frontman Howard Jones (ex-Blood Has Been Shed, Killswitch Engage, The Devil You Know) and the guitar talents of Rest Repose

NEWS: Avatar January 2019 dates!

Once they’ve completed their US run on “The Sin And The Sentence” Tour with Trivium and Light The Torch, Swedish Metallers Avatar will be embarking on a headling tour of their own. Their run will start with UK dates in January before heading out to Mainland Europe. 16th Glasgow, The Garage 17th Birmingham, O2 Institute

Playlist: Howard Jones Guest Appearances!

What can we say that hasn’t been said about former The Blood Has Been Shed, Killswitch Engage and Devil You Know frontman Howard Jones? New band Light The Torch is doing well, he’s got a phenomenal vocal range and he’s a great wordsmith. So seeing as it’s Monday, here are 12 guest appearances he’s made

Interview: Howard Jones at Bloodstock 2018!

Antihero Magazine caught up with Light The Torch (formerly known as Devil You Know) frontman Howard Jones (ex-Killswitch Engage) at Bloodstock Open Air Festival. Jones took part in Jamey Jasta’s solo band set to perform new song “Chasing Demons” while joining Fear Factory guitarist Dino Cazares for a selection of covers.  

Bootleg: Light The Torch perform “The Safety of Disbelief”!

Howard Jones (ex-Killswitch Engage) fronted Supergroup Light The Torch (formerly known as Devil You Know) have released a second Pro-Shot live video from their show at Saint Vitus Bar in Brooklyn New York on 9th July, performing “The Safety of Disbelief”. Their album “Revival” (either a debut or 3rd outing depending on how you look

Bootleg: “The Bitter End” from Light The Torch!

Filmed at the Saint Vitus Bar in Brooklyn New York, Light The Torch (formerly known as Devil You Know) have released an official live video for “The Bitter End”. The song is taken from new album “Revival” out now via Nuclear Blast. Check out our review!

Review: “Love Will Kill All” by Bleeding Through

It has been 7 long years since the last album from Orange County, California Metalcore heroes Bleeding Through appeared. “The Great Fire” was at the time a decent addition to a career that had seen the band, fronted by former Eighteen Visions guitarist and song writer Brandan Schieppati endure something of a trial by fire

Review: “Revival” by Light The Torch

Devil You Know were forced to rename the band they had built from the ground up after drummer John Sankey (of Devolved fame) exited the group in 2016. Some form of legal issue being the reasoning. Having created a pair of albums in 2014’s “The Beauty Of Destruction”  which won them a coveted Metal Hammer