Whether or not Orlando Florida quartet Jesse Hash (vocals), Blake Miller (guitars), Paul Poole (bass) and Devin Russ (drums) named their band after the Varials track on 2015’s “Failure//Control” remains a mystery* but one thing is for certain. Deadweather are their own entity. They cite the likes of The Acacia Strain, Misery Signals and The
As the 20th Anniversary of “Wisconsin Death Trip” rumbles on, it’s time we paid tribute to Wayne Static once again ourselves at Metal Noise. We’ve been Static-X fans since “Push It” dropped into our TV screens and spent many a DJ slot playing “Black & White” to an audience on an Alternative Metal night, though
Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton will be bringing his solo album “Anesthetic” to our gate with Mark Morales on vocals and guitarist Joe Harvatt as they did at Download Festival last summer. That set was acoustic so we’re assuming these will be the same, while they’re also promising a selection of covers at the
Courtesy of Edge Media, the wrecking ball that is German Hardcore crew Nasty were caught on camera at One Life One Crew Festival in Wiesenhaus Eisleben on 9th November. “Drogen” and “Lieben” have been the only works since 2017s “Realigion” so we’re hoping they can drop an anvil heavy new album in time to be a
It has to be said. We never thought that “The Great Collapse” could be bettered and there have been times when we thought Fit For An Autopsy might not even release another album. But far from their Swansong, they unleashed an album in “The Sea Of Tragic Beasts” via Nuclear Blast that is a contender
Shot on the first half of their current tour run with Being As An Ocean and edited on the tour bus by Alexis Fontaine, Parisian DJentlemen Novelists are streaming a video for the previously heard “Somebody Else”. The track will appear alongside the debut single “Head Rush” upon the bands 24th January third album “C’est
From their 13th studio album “Mediations” out now via Nuclear Blast, Kataklysm are streaming “The Last Breath I’ll Take Is Yours”, complete with John Carpenter inspired artwork. They’ll be headlining this year’s incarnation it the MTV Headbangers Ball Tour which will decimate the Camden Electric Ballroom on 5th December!
Pro-Shot by 197 Media at Monk Space in Los Angeles California on 16th November, here’s a full set from Vamachara! That final filthy breakdown of “Reign Of Hate” remains a live moment of sheer power and with the October released “Hereafter“, they’re going to be running the gauntlet again in 2020!
Inferi are a American melodic Death Metal band forged from the bowels of Nashville, Tennessee. The band formed 13 years ago in 2006 and will join Archspire, Beneath The Massacre and Vulvodynia upon our shores on the European leg of Tech Trek, with landing craft hitting London on 2nd December. Sticksman Spencer Moore smashes out of
Having previously announced just 12 acts including the headliners, a huge tidal wave of 30 additional acts! Taking place across the weekend of 12th June at Donington Park as always, Saturday looks to be the heaviest part of the parade with Deathcore heavyweights Chelsea Grin, Bleed From Within, Lotus Eater and Dying Fetus all taking