Tag: Back To The Green Zone

NEWS: Road Mutant let out a roar with “Battle Cry”!

Quite how Road Mutant have managed to get enough time from the ever busy Arthur Rizk (Power Trip, Candy, Cavalera Conspiracy, Trapped Under Ice) to handle the mixing on another new single we don’t know, but they have and as with all their material to date he does an immaculate job with new single “Battle Cry“, which is

Review: “Red Zone Tapes (Vol. 1)” from Road Mutant

It has been a phenomenal debut year for Road Mutant. Thomas Cronin, Charlie Pearce, Jay Rutterford, Calvin Chadwick and Sam Edwards have shared stages with Climate of Fear, Jungle Rot, Annotations of an Autopsy, Gets Worse and Inhuman Nature to name but a few, while delivering cuts from their debut EP “Back To The Green

NEWS: Road Mutant hint at more shows!

Crossover Thrash favourites Road Mutant have hinted at a quartet of shows on their horizons. Already playing in support of Climate of Fear, Jungle Rot, Annotations of an Autopsy, Gets Worse and of course Inhuman Nature, will there be a bigger name on the stage? “Back To The Green Zone”, their stunningly good debut EP

Birthday Give Away! Free Sh*t! Binge & Purge! Day #1

It’s birthday season here at Metal Noise – not of the site itself, which will be 2 years old in August, but of some of it’s collaborators. To celebrate, this week we’re giving away digital copies of a trio of EP’s we’ve reviewed so far in 2019 – “Q1” by Mind Power, “Back To The

Review: “Back To The Green Zone” EP by Road Mutant

Rewind back to the end of August 2018. The venue? London’s New Cross Inn. The event? Upsurge Festival. We were lucky enough to witness the debut live performance from a band featuring in their ranks members of This is Colour and The Boy Will Drown. That band? Road Mutant! They launched upon us a blistering Crossover

Listmania: Top #5 most anticipated releases of 2019!

We are now at the point of Listmania Season where it’s time for the Top #5 most anticipated releases of 2019! These are group of releases that have dates pencilled in rather than of the “Maybe” or “perhaps” or “Winter” variety…. 1. “Back To The Green Zone” by Road Mutant (4th January) Having witnessed their