Tag: Pitchshifter

Review: “Shame” by Jumpman

We first caught a glimpse of what Jumpman, an experimental hardcore duo of Eliot Foster on Lead vocals and guitar Tom Cole on guitar who like to blend hardcore punk, tech-metal and 8-bit chiptune synths, when they played a show in support of Faces of Eve at Reading Facebar last August. We called them a

Throwback: “Edgecrusher” by Fear Factory!

It’s been five long years since the last Fear Factory record “Genexus” dropped in 2015 and following various legal disputes and drama which have surrounded the band for as long as we can remember, it doesn’t look like we’ll be getting anything new from them in the foreseeable future. That being said, all the members

The 12 Days of Christmas #3: “Power Of The Damager” by Prong!

The festivity of the twelve days of Christmas runs from 25th December to 5th January, based on an English Christmas Carol that sees a lover give gifts cumulatively over the Christmas season starting with Christmas Day. Originally published in 1780, it’s probably French in origin, Skull Island has been conquered many times in it’s rich

Bootleg: “Runaway” from Derange!

Filmed at The Vault in Leicester on 12th April, here’s London’s Derange performing their Halloween released single “Runaway”! The female fronted Tech-Metallers may be have been around for a while, honing their skills but they’re on our ones to watch list. As JS Clayton sang, the(ir) futures so bright, it will burn your retina’s.

Live Review: Pitchshifter @ The Garage in Highbury!

Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of their “www.pitchshifter.com” album, the return of Nottingham Industrial Metal Legends Pitchshifter for a run of five dates with Earthtone9 came as something of a surprise when it was announced. The “.com” album is arguably the bands most important in that it saw the recruitment of former Prodigy Guitarist Jim Davies

Review: “You Took the Sun When You Left” by Leeched

Having witnessed Manchester Hardcore trio Leeched deliver a skull crushing performance at UK Tech-Fest this summer, it seemed only fitting that we review their debut full length album which appeared on 24th August via Prosthetic Records. Formed in 2017, the band have made great strides in a short space of time and “You took the

Bootleg: Bullet For My Valentine at Download 2018!

Welsh Metallers Bullet For My Valentine played a set that contained no surprises for just over an hour at Download Festival this past weekend. Former Pitchshifter drummer Jason Bowd did get time to squeeze in a drum solo through. Is it just us or is Frontman Matt Tuck trying to look like Avenged Sevenfold‘s M. Shadows?

Review: “Legion : XX” by Burn The Priest (Lamb Of God)

The build up for any Lamb of God release is always going to pretty eventful, the band having become to many the new Pantera with the likes of huge single “Redneck” from 2009’s “Wrath”. A covers album entitled “Legion : XX” under their original moniker Burn The Priest to celebrate their 20th anniversary was the surprise news