For a decade from their 2004 debut EP “This Is What The Edge Of The Seat Was Made For” to the end of the “Sempiternal” tour cycle in 2014, there is little doubt that vocalist Oliver Sykes, guitarists Lee Malia and Curtis Ward (later replaced by Jona Wienhofen of I Killed The Prom Queen and
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After a pair of EPs in 2014’s “Seasons” and 2016’s “Illuminate”, Londoners Confessions of a Traitor are well known on the UK Underground Metal Scene with a reputation for an impressive live show, something which we witnessed as they performed at the final farewell tour show from Carcer City which was on their stomping ground.
Arguably the finest cut on an album of prime cuts from “Shaped By Fire” the new album from a resurgent As I Lay Dying, here’s “Gatekeeper”. The song was recorded at the bands European Tour stop at Karlin in Prague Czech Republic on 4th October. If you want to know our thoughts on the album,
Filmed at Forum Karlin in Prague Czech Republic on 4th October, here’s “Survivalist” and “My Will Be Done” from Boston Massachusetts Metalcore heroes Unearth! Continuing to demonstrate their live prowess following the returning release of “Extinction(s)”, which is a mighty fine record, they’ve also taken some flack for touring with As I Lay Dying….
Having risen from the ashes like a Phoenix and delivered a mighty fine slab of modern Metalcore in new album in “Shaped By Fire”, As I Lay Dying have dropped a trio of documentary shorts covering their recent Russian and South American tours filmed by Mike DeMellia.
Which can only mean one thing. Filmed at Columbiahalle in Berlin Germany on 3rd October on the “Shaped by Fire” tour, here are a pair from the headliners As I Lay Dying! First the title track from the bands new album and then “Blinded”! The return effort from the Metalcore veterans has been shrouded in
Pro-Shot on 24th September, here’s nearly 55 minutes of As I Lay Dying in St. Petersburg Russia. The set includes “Blinded”, “My Own Grave” and “Confined” and you can read what we thought of their return in “Shaped By Fire” over in the review section. You know, if you want to. Older fans should be
There isn’t that much that can be said about returning San Diego California Metalcore crew As I Lay Dying that hasn’t been said over the last few years. They blazed a trail between 2000 and 2014 with 2003’s “Frail Words Collapse” and 2005’s “Shadows Are Security” making waves in the first run of Metalcore. But
Is the split public Metal fan opinion on Tim Lambesis going to change with the arrival of the new As I Lay Dying album? We’d have thought not. For what it’s worth, in the majority of cases we’d say if you’ve done the time then while the Crime remains a black mark in your copy
Pinch and a Punch 1st of the month, no returns back. A kick in the d*** for being so quick. It can only be that time of the month again! Recalling the month of August which featured a massive 91 music videos including fresh cuts from Reclaimer, Infected Rain, Derelict Dream and As I Lay