Usually reserving herself for Deathcore, Misstiq has recorded a dark and moody re-imagined version of “Lost In The Static” by After The Burial! Her work is timely with the DJent infused Metalcore crew heading over to Europe for a run of shows in August with From Sorrow To Serenity and Ghost Iris joining them on the
Misstiq has continued her good work with this chill session remix of “When A Demon Defiles A Witch” from the new Whitechapel album “The Valley”. The album which is out now via Metal Blade is a fine piece of work and this video is suitably shot in the woods…
Taking “Intro” from the new Traitors album “Repent” and adding her own synth spin, Deathcore Queen Misstiq continues her jam series in her very own “Too Slam To Give A Damn” style.
Misstiq says “Happy Valentines Day!” to ya’ll by bringing a medley of Love Songs using her synth skills over the top of some pretty disgusting Deathcore breakdowns!! It’s a crazy 110 second mashup! Traitors to Wham “Careless Whisper” Angelmaker to Rihanna “We Found Love” Hollow Prophet & Scumf*ck to Soulja Boy Tell’em “Kiss Me Thru The Phone”
The Hopewell Furnace have dropped a big hint about what their new material will sound like. Featuring a guest appearance from Misstiq they’ve only gone and put out a brand new song in the form of a full lyric video! It’s entitled “The Day Of The Rope (Black Thursday)”. There is no time frame in place for the
Hailing from Stockholm Sweden are a Metalcore band that had their track jammed by Misstiq earlier this week. That band are Forgetting The Memories and the song is called “Laurentius”. The band released just a pair of singles in 2018 but have started 2019 in fine form!
Lorna Shore have been remixed by Misstiq in this latest entry in her “Let’s Jam” series. She takes on one of the pair of new songs the band have released with new vocalist and former Signs of the Swarm frontman CJ McCreery in “This is Hell” while offering you the chance to get involved over
Signed to Famined Records, the home of Harmed, are Illinois quartet Dematerialize. The band promise to “make use of relentless chugs, melodic sweeps and atmospheric keys to mercilessly pound the listener into submission” in their mission statement. Them be bold words. Soaked in high energy fury “Ephemeral” uses some Metalcore lead guitar work underpinned by