Tag: Age Of Defiance

Riff Police! Pull Over! #105: GroundCulture Vs Prong!

Often a band becomes known for that one record that stands head and shoulders above the rest, not necessarily because it was better than any other and sometimes just because it got more attention, radio picked up a song or it got an impressive music video or it was just the right place at the

Live Review: Unearth w/Prong & Dust Bolt at London ULU

We’ve been singing the praises of Boston Massachusetts Metalcore heroes Unearth for as long as we can remember. They are one of the bands that started out during the Nu-Metal era and rose to prominence in the first wave of Metalcore and are now celebrating 22 years together in 2020. Seven albums in that time

Bootleg: Prong in Philadelphia!

It has to be said that “Age Of Defiance” is as short as it is sweet and a reminder if one was ever needed, of how impor Prong have been to the Worlds of Metal, Hardcore and Industrial tinged music. Would Harms Way exist without Prong? That’s one for a post gig discussion accompanied by

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Prong!

Other than a 5 year hiatus between 1997 and 2002, New York City natives Prong have been mainstays of the Metal scene bringing a blend of Industrial Crossover Thrash and Hardcore to the table across 12 albums and 4 extended plays between 1987’s “Primitive Origins” independent debut album and 2019’s “Age Of Defiance” EP. The

Throwback: “Another Worldly Device” by Prong!

Our first introduction to the World of Prong was the opening track to their most successful album to date. 1994’s “Cleansing” was produced by Terry Date (Pantera, Limp Bizkit, Unearth) and features ex-Killing Joke members Paul Raven (RIP) on bass guitar and John Bechdel with keyboards and programming, marking their fourth studio album. We were

Review: “Age Of Defiance” EP by Prong

Tommy Victor, Aaron Rossi and Jason Christopher might be of the opinion that no-one wants to hear new music from Lower East Side residents Prong and everyone just wants to hear their classics like “Snap Your Fingers, Snap Your Neck” but we beg to differ. 2007’s “Power of the Damager” and it’s remix follow up