Tag: Arimea

NEWS: Arimea talk to their younger selves?

A third new cut of 2023 in “Remember It Kid” has surfaced from Oxford’s finest export Arimea, once again finding them in rude health as they approach their summer touring activities. As with the last single “Nostalgia” (which has an incredible 52k Spotify and YouTube streams combined) the band have gone all out on the music

NEWS: Arimea announce July shows!

After the excitement of huge new single “Nostalgia” which finds Arimea leaving Castle Bravo behind with 42k of YouTube and Spotify streams in three weeks combined, the quartet have announced its going to be a scorching hot summer for them with a run of co-headlining shows with newshapes for July…

NEWS: Arimea reminisce one time…

Leaving behind the bright lights of castle bravo, Oxford Alternative Metal band Arimea have returned with not one but two new cuts. The headline act is one called “Nostalgia” which has been given the full music video treatment while a sneaky b-side titled “Rince And Repeat” has also gone under the radar. You won’t have to

Documentary: Arimea Spring 2022 Tour Diary!

There is nothing quite like a tour documentary and Oxford Alternative Metallers Arimea have created an absolute blast for us with behind the scenes footage from their run with Lest We Forget. So if you want to know how they feel about Rage Against The Machine, Cafe Nero Coffee and Greggs then look no further.

Playlist: MetalNoise.Net 5th Anniversary One Dayer!

There has been a momentary glitch in the matrix. Please do not adjust your smart phone settings. In a single week break from our usual Vs Tuesday offering, courtesy of the man, the myth and the legend that is Chis Underhill from My Latest Failure, we have for your listening pleasure a playlist of tracks

NEWS: MetalNoise.Net 5th Anniversary One Dayer!

Venue Reading Facebar // Date 27-08-2022 // Doors 15:00 // Music 15:15 // Curfew 23:00 // Tickets £15 // Skiddle.com Saturday 27th August 2022 will mark the 5th Anniversary of Webzine MetalNoise.Net, a source of news, reviews and features that specialises in supporting the lesser lights of heaven. So to celebrate we’re going to bring

Live Review: Rabidfest 2021 Day #1 (Saturday)!

It’s been something like two years since we last had the pleasure of a festival or one dayer so today at The Bullingdon in Oxford at Rabidfest feels like a blast from the past, with the warm glow of nostalgia about it despite the cold of October. Working with the Mental Health charity Restore the

Review: “Castle Bravo” by Arimea

A place that offers a decent number of venues and of course a University full of residents to attend gigs, Oxford has always had a thriving Metal scene and thanks to the annual march to Bloodstock’s New Blood stage via the Metal To The Masses tournament, we’ve been introduced to a few of those bands