Tag: Slipknot

Review: “Breathe” EP by Downfall

Downfall are a hard-hitting, melody heavy Metalcore act hailing from Lancashire. They’ve spent two years making “Breathe”, their debut EP and have recently shared a stage with Carcer City and Last Hounds at Satan’s Hollow in Manchester and will soon be joining Borders and The Human Veil at Manchester Rebellion. The EP features production from

NEWS: Backbrace want to go home… In a “Body Bag”!

If you’re a fan of Varials, Spite or Slipknot then you might want to check out “Body Bag”, a new track about drug addiction from Backbrace. It appears on the bands oven fresh released EP “Dead Thoughts” which appeared at the end of March! So that’s going to be heavy, right?

Review: “Like Vultures” EP by Chine

Stockholm Sweden Dystopian Death Metal band Chine released a cover of “Breathe” by Industrial Electronicia pioneers The Prodigy to marks the bands first release with ex-Pray For Locust frontman Tintin Andersen at the helm. That happened in 2018, having spent a long time searching for the right fit to follow up 2016’s “Immanent” and the

Interview: The Last Ten Seconds of Life talk Ozzfest!

Filmed at Reggies in Chicago Illinois Deathcore crew The Last Ten Seconds of Life share their memories of an Ozzfest off date at 11, getting in Slipknot and their love of Linkin Park in this latest entry in Digital Tour Bus” First Concert Ever” long running series. “Machina Non Grata” is out now, check out

Review: “Overpower” by Any Given Day

Hailing from Gelsenkirchen Germany are a Metalcore quintet who rose to the World’s attention with single “Arise” in 2016, a track that features a guest appearance from Matt Heafy of Trivium. Three years on and it’s time for Any Given Day to release their third studio album and follow up “Overpower” via Arising Empire. From

Throwback “Snot” by Snot!

What?! Monday?! Again?! How did this happen?! Alright… After last week’s break in the scheduled program for an impromptu tribute to the late Keith Flint, otherwise known as frontman of The Prodigy, we figured it was time to thrownback and pay tribute to another fallen hero. Santa Barbara California alternative Metal band Snot formed in

Spotlight: New Machine Head Album?

Kerrang! Magazine are asking what 9 things we want from the upcoming new Slipknot album in a recently released article here which makes for interesting reading. Coupled with the news that Robb Flynn has announced Machine Head as being “working on new heaviness” this week, it kind of got us thinking… What would we hope

“Starve” by Blood Youth

Harrogate quartet Blood Youth have been building up to the release of their second full length album “Starve” for a fair amount of time. Comprising vocalist Kaya Taurus, Guitarist Chris Pritchard, Bassist Big Les and Drummer Sam Hallett, the band toured across Europe with Crossfaith and shared stages with Stone Sour last year. {51/50} starts

Riff Police! Pull Over! #44: Slipknot Vs Pagan’s Mind!

Hailed erroneously as a “Pop-Metal classic” by the BBC and hilariously as having a “Grindcore riff” by Stylus Magazine, the opening single from Slipknot‘s 2005 third album “Vol. 3: The Subliminal Verses” was the rallying call that “Wait And Bleed” had been in 1999. An anthem that appealed to Metal Heads while also having that