Bringing to the plate their debut record “Dirtmound“, Nashville, Tennessee quartet Interpreter are keen to point out that they don’t just create in one sub genre of Metal despite being labeled something of a Technical Deathcore outfit by anyone who happens to be listening. Wade Turner (Vocals), Ryan Waldron (Guitar), Jeremy Arvin (Bass) and Aaron
Our Listmania season will come to an end tomorrow with the New Years Honours List but before it does, there is just about enough time to squeeze in one more; 5 drinking songs for New Years Eve; because what else do people do on New Years Eve except drink a skin full, party and bulls***?!
Life is about choices. Each choice that you make creates a fork in the road with a path that you went down and several that you could have just left as a possible subplot or piece of backstory that didn’t happen. Within Destruction have established themselves as one of the most brutal acts out of
The irony that Deathcore merchants Attila and Emmure released a brand new track on the same day is not lost on us. The Atlanta Georgia Party Deathcore quartet were prolific around their last album “Villain” and dropped numerous tracks including the brilliant “Pizza” which didn’t make the cut. Today is the day they dropped “Cancelled“.
Today marks the 10th Anniversary of “Rage“, the third studio album and major label debut from Atlanta Georgia Party Deathcore act Attila. Inking a deal with Artery Recordings they recorded, produced, mixed and mastered the album with Stephan Hawkes (American Me, Distinguisher, Chelsea Grin) of Interlace Audio at Breakroom Studios in Portland Oregon. Musically, early
Perhaps inspired by Bullet For My Valentine, Generation Underground surprise released a new EP “Kold Blooded Vol #1” last week. It appeared two years after their self titled album and the song that put them on the map, “Slaves to the System” which features a guest vocal appearance from Chris Fronzak of Attila. From the
That’s right. Attila have recapped Ragefest 2019 with a live performance of their original cut “Toxic“. No it’s not a Party Deathcore cover of the Britney Spears track. No they’re not covering it for the Fearless Records long running series Punk Goes Pop. It was just a joke for the title. Seriously. #FacePalm.
It’s going to be interesting to see who takes the place of Gus Farias in Volumes on “The Simulation Tour” headlined by Born Of Osiris and featuring Defying Decay and Oceans Ate Alaska following the news here of his exit from the band. Quit or Pushed there seems to be more to this tale, especially as
For s**** and giggles and just before the Metal Noise Awards Season begins, we’ve put together some tenuous linked Do’s and Don’ts of the Holiday Season to provide a welcome comedic Metal break from… what you usually read while regretting eating that fifth mince pie with Salted Caramel cream, probably sat on the golden throne.
What makes a sub-genre and where bands fit into them is often a topic of debate among Metal fans. Some bands do themselves an injustice by calling themselves simply Metalcore or Hardcore when they have Tech or Gloom oriented sounds with After The Burial and Mortal Shift being just two prime examples. Alternative Press have