Oceans Ate Alaska sticksman Chris Turner talks drum theory during this playthrough from sponsors Sabian of “Hikari” from the bands album of the same name. It’s on Fearless Records and there is also the option for an instrumental version of the beast. Check out our review!
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Following the release of “Songs That Saved My Life”, a compilation of cover songs from some of today’s up and coming talents for the charity of the same name, an interesting interview with Oceans Ate Alaska‘s Chris Turner has appeared as he talks about Mental Health. The compilation dropped on 9th November and features Dance
Leeds Quintet Isolate have dropped a music video for “Purgatory” from their March released EP “Koi No Umi” which is available via Lost Imperion Records. Having supported Oceans Ate Alaska, A Night In Texas and Our Hollow Our Home already this year, their future is looking so bright it may well burn your retinas.
Our journey across the black map of the UK underground metal scene continues in the Midlands. Birmingham is the home of Aston Villa football club, Paranoid legends Black Sabbath, Tech-Metallers Oceans Ate Alaska and of course Dead Hands! A band that bring an eclectic fusion of hardcore and extreme Metal with a blisteringly high energy
Continuing yesterdays tribute to Kyle Pavone from We Came As Romans who tragically passed away aged just 28, it’s time to get into some Taylor Swift. Yeah, you read that right! Fearless Records long running Punk Goes Pop covers series has been graced not once but twice by the boys from the Motor City of
Having recently completed a pair of sold out shows as park of their Japanese tour, Birmingham Tech-Metallers Oceans Ate Alaska have released a new live music video for “Covert” that looks as if it was filmed in Australia. The song comes ahead of a new US run for the Fearless Records signed band and is
In December 2016 Birmingham Tech-Metallers Oceans Ate Alaska announced the departure of original frontman James Harrison alongside the news that they were going into the studio to record a new album. It wasn’t until 1st February, with the album completed, that they announced their new vocalist as James Noakes, formerly of Derby Metalcore quintet Laguna Sunrise,
About to embark on a tour of Australia and New Zealand with Silent Planet, Oceans Ate Alaska and Thornhill, Make Them Suffer have dropped a new single entitled “27”. “Worlds Apart”, the third full-length studio album by the Australian metalcore crew, dropped last summer.
Southampton Joiners is a sweat box of a venue at the best of times and tonight is no different. Portsmouth’s Sleepwalker [7/10] take the stage and get things started in tech-infused low tuned Metalcore style with frontman Sam Salkeld baiting the crowd (perhaps with that Southampton Portsmouth rivalry thing going on) before joining a circle pit.
Lincoln quintet Borders released “Diagnosed” in April 2017 to have played shows with the likes of Whitechapel, Faces of Eve and Martyr Defiled in support of it. Having appeared on our Black Map feature a few weeks back, we figured it was about time we gave them a full review. “Analyst” gets things off to a