13 different Deathcore and Death Metal vocalists make their presence felt with appearances across the 10 tracks that make up “Astral” by Lost Conduit. Just let that sink in for a moment. The project is the brain child of multi instrumentalist Drew Klugger and vocalist Justin Haskin of Desolist, that started with a dream of
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Bournemouth is one of those places that has everything you could possibly want in life. Sun, Sea, Sand and Metal. In the Anvil Rockbar, they have a live venue that has a reputation for putting on some seriously good underground bands and that is exactly what the World needs. Get that Jackie DeShannon “What the
Back in 2015 A Night In Texas unleashed a Technical Deathcore album in “The God Delusion” which is a horror film soundtrack under a different name with vocalist Rheese Peters screaming and screeching like demonic hell spawn. A thirty minute edge of the seat affair loaded with blast beats from a well drilled percussion section
Having previously dropped a single which saw Brand of Sacrifice vocalist Kyle Anderson make a guest appearance, Lost Conduit have returned with “Ruins” which features Rheese Peters of Babirusa and formerly A Night In Texas fame! Blending DJent with both Death and Metalcore flavours, Lost Conduit feature in their ranks Justin Haskin of Desolist fame.
Returning with a brand new music video for “Force Fed Apathy” from their critically acclaimed November 2018 drop “Pulmonary Failure”, Manchester Deathcore heavyweights Monasteries prove once again that they’re not done yet. The EP itself was Recorded, Mixed and Mastered by Myroslav Borys at Jigsaw Audio, the very same man who handled the freshly released
Tennessee Deathcore collective Interpreter have laid down a guantlet to A Night In Texas, Chelsea Grin and Angelmaker with their debut single “Welcome Home” appearing via Chugcore Promotions and delivering some seriously bone crunching, skull smashing energy! Expect more material from them real soon with shows kicking off already!
London based Harbinger are a band we’ve watch rise to a force to be reckoned with over the past few years. From seeing them at a dive bar supporting Loathe in front of 50 or so people in 2017 to playing in front of a packed main stage at UK Tech-Fest that summer, they’ve gone
After missing their announcement due to a Facebook and Instagram outage, UK Tech-Fest have announced their 2nd wave of bands! The announcement comes with news of a new VIP offering for this year and a couple of interesting exclusives! Liverpool Tech-Metallers Carcer City had announced their final EP “Silent War” and a final tour run,
So.. Michigan Slamming Deathcore crew LowLife, they got together with producer Sammy Morales and Keir Campbell and they said… you know what? We want to write a 7 minute track with as many vocalists as you can get a microphone in front of. That would be 12. 12 vocalists from genre heavyweights. All on a
UK Tech-Fest have announced their first wave of bands for the 2019 incarnation of the annual festival. Taking place at Newark Showgrounds over the weekend of 4th to 8th July, it’s 4 days of wall to wall Metal! The line-up in full is… Dying FetusMONUMENTSPsycropticJon GommRevocationArchspireBLACK TONGUEPolarisBlack Crown InitiateA Night In TexasSarah LongfieldAdimironPalm ReaderThe OmnificVoices