Tag: After The Burial

Review: “Living Death” EP by Miscreant

Before signing to Stay Sick Recordings and releasing their current EP “Dancing With Fear“, you have to go back to May 2016 to find the debut EP from Nottingham residents Miscreant. The Nu-Metalcore quartet got a trio of interesting names on board for their debut, which was co-written, engineered and produced by George Christie, mixed

NEWS: Spiritbox prefer the “Rule Of Nines” to a Magic Eight Ball?

Joining After The Burial in Europe in March 2020 will be Spiritbox. The female fronted Tech Infused Alternative Metallers from Victoria, British Columbia Canada unfurled the sales on a new single in “Rule Of Nines” over the weekend after a singles collection via Pale Chord earlier in the year. New album by then? Well Christmas

NEWS: After The Burial the March Hare?

Tickets go on sale on Thursday 28th November for the “Behold The Crown” Tour which will will see After The Burial will headlining in support of their brilliant “Evergreen” album with Australian’s Make Them Suffer, Polar and Spiritbox also on the bill… 13th Bristol, Exchange 14th Glasgow, Cathouse 15th Leeds, Key Club 16th Manchester, Rebellion 17th Birmingham,

Bootleg: As I Lay Dying in Atlanta!

Hands up. We never thought in a million years that the original line up of As I Lay Dying would reform once Tim Lambesis was allowed out from behind bars. We figured at best, As I Lay Dying would be a new band fronted by Lambesis and fleshed out by some hired guns. But far

Bootleg: After The Burial in Atlanta!

A contender for our top five albums of 2019 has to be the brilliant “Evergreen” from After The Burial. Perhaps not a band we’d have expected to join As I Lay Dying on the Shaped By Fire Tour, here are “Lost In Static”, “In Flux”, “Exit, Exist” and the brilliant “Behold The Crown” filmed at

NEWS: Lost In Static “Feel Alive”!

On a day when and album with a lot of DJent groove was released by Jinjer it seems fitting that Calgary, Alberta Canada natives Lost In Static should release a fine piece of DJent infused Metalcore themselves. Whether the female fronted quintet are named after the After The Burial song or not, they’re fans and

Review: “Hyperdaze” by Void Of Vision

After the highly impressive entrance into cathartic writing that was their “Disturbia” EP and a run of shows that took Melbourne Metalcore quartet (vocalist James Bergin, guitarist and clean vocalist James McKendrick, guitarist Mitch Farlie and drummer George Murphy) toured the Globe, including appearing at London’s iconic Camden Underworld with Miss May I. That was

NEWS: As I Lay Dying no longer “Confined”?

Comprised of footage from the bands European Headlining tour last year, As I Lay Dying have released a video for “Confined” in the build up to new album “Shaped By Fire”. Nuclear Blast have announced US (with After The Burial and currently in the studio Emmure) , European (with Chelsea Grin, Unearth, Fit For A

NEWS: From Sorrow To Serenity are resurgent!

From their current album “Reclaim” which appeared in May via SPV imprint Long Branch Records, Glaswegian  Metallers From Sorrow To Serenity have put their faith in Tom Armstrong to create a video for “Resurgence”! They’re currently on doing a run of dates with After The Burial!