While the cover art, a band name and a pair of former member of Siderian in their ranks which might indicate a heavier band, These Horrid Things are a female fronted five piece with influences in Hard Rock and Metal from the 80’s onwards. Hailing from Northants and promising only original work, their debut EP
Ever see a song name and think wtf does that mean? Case in point being “Pernicious” by These Horrid Things (ex-Siderian). Are the band trying to be big and clever? Probably. This one means “having a harmful effect, especially in a gradual or subtle way” which is exactly what the song does, having been shared
Beneath The Embers may have been in the game since 2016 and released their debut EP “Ashes” a year later but when it came to their debut album the band have been ones to bide their time to get things the way they want them to be. They recruited Chris Clancey (Machine Head, Kill The
Taking a leaf from the As I Lay Dying or Unearth playbooks and combining Metalcore with Thrash sounds, Beneath The Embers have celebrated not only the release of their new album “Condemned” out now everywhere via Metal Massacre Records, but also some major touring news, with a music video for one called “Set Me Free“.
Ahead of their 19th October show at The London Dome here’s Pro-Shot footage of death metal project Sinsaenum, featuring former and current members of Dragonforce, Mayhem, Dååth and Slipknot performing “Army of Chaos” in Budapest Hungary on 10th October! Their current album “Repulsion For Humanity” is out now. Check out our review.
Death Metal Supergroup Sinsaenum is comprised of Drummer Joey Jordison (ex-Slipknot, ex-Scar The Martyr & VIMIC), vocalist Sean Zatorsky (ex-Daath, ex-Chimaira) Guitarist Frédéric Leclercq (DragonForce), Guitarist Stéphane Buriez (LoudBlast), vocalist Attila Csihar (Mayhem) and bassist Heimoth (Seth). A Hydra or Medusa of a band if you will. Having already released a pair of EPs in 2016’s “A