Month: March 2020

Spotlight: Between The Buried And Me 20th Anniversary!

It seems hard to imagine that Between The Buried And Me are going to be celebrating their 20th Anniversary on 15th May 2020. It seems like only yesterday that a copy of “Alaska” found it’s way to our CD player and we were introduced to their Progressive Death Metal tones. Well that 20th Anniversary will bring

Playthrough: “The Infinite Escape” from Transients!

They may have exited stage left at the quarter final stage of this year’s Metal 2 The Masses in Oxford but Reading Metalcore quintet Transients are very much here to stay. Their new single “The Infinite Escape” has been given the guitar and bass playthrough video with Josh Sparks picking up his 5 string Warwick

Bootleg: Chamber in Glasgow!

15th February saw David Tan, Kathryn McBride and Greg Hall pick up their cameras to film a full set from Chamber at G2 in Glasgow. They were on the “Nothing Left To Love” European tour with Counterparts, Can’t Swim and Static Dress, plugging their very own “Ripping Pulling Tearing” which we reviewed a couple of

Listmania: Cancer Bats Top #5 Hardcore Records!

One of the most nomadic bands around have to be Canadian Hardcore Punks Cancer Bats. They’ve played everywhere and anywhere in the World from huge festival stages to dive bars, because they simply love playing. Finally able to pin frontman Liam Cormier down for a few minutes, Banger TV persuaded him to spill his guts

Bootleg: Chelsea Grin at Knotfest Mexico 2019!

It’s been a while since we published anything Chelsea Grin related so here’s a full pro-shot set from them at last year’s incarnation of Knotfest Mexico. The show was part of their ongoing “Eternal Nightmare” tour, the first album that the band have recorded with former Lorna Shore vocalist Tom Barber and includes “Sonnet Of

Bootleg: “Symphony Of Destruction” from Megadeth!

When asked for your favourite Megadeth song, what would you pick? Rich back catalogue without any doubt. Most fans wouldn’t go for anything from “Dystopia” as brilliant as an album as it is, simply because it’s too new. For us, it has to be the song that got us into the band, with it’s evil

Playthrough: “Beyond Stone” and “Noctis” from The Browning!

While he doesn’t play guitars live, he is the main writer when it comes to his band The Browning so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Jonny McBee, the vocalist, programmer and mastermind behind “Geist” has recorded a playthrough video showing you how to play the riffs from “Beyond Stone” and “Noctis“.

Review: “Remember Me” EP by First Revival

Originally a quinet with a different moniker, First Revival formed in Luleå, North of Sweden in spring of 2016 before releasing single “Nothing But Monsters“, a raft of line-up changes over the next four years left guitarist Simone Stålnacke the only original member of the band. Constantly re-tooling, they’ve had their sound described as a