Tag: Beautiful Death

Playthrough: “Heavier” by Slaves!

Having debuted new single “Heavier”, the first single with their new vocalist Matt McAndrew, Slaves have decided to let the music do the talking with sticksman Zach Baker hammering out this drum playthrough of the tune. Only time will tell if they manage to survive Jonny Craig when the next album cycle begins…  

Interview: Slaves announce new vocalist with new single!

Jonny Craig maybe blessed with a fine set of vocal pipes but he’s also a character that has proven to be unreliable. When he left the band he worked so hard to create and keep together in Slaves at an airport hours before a European Tour with Escape The Fate for “Beautiful Death” a couple

Bootleg: Slaves in Lakewood Ohio!

Pro-Shot by Leo Sypniewski at The Foundary Concert Club in Lakewood Ohio on 19th September, here’s a full set from Slaves. The Sacramento California post-hardcore quintet fronted by the ever controversial┬áJonny Craig released “Beautiful Death” in February and have since confirmed drummer┬áZachary Baker and guitarist Juan Felipe Sanchez as perminent additions to their line-up.

NEWS: Slaves “I Know A Lot Of Artists” video!

Touring across the US with CKY this summer, the ever controversial Slaves have dropped a music video for “I Know A Lot Of Artists” from their recent album “Beautiful Death”. The album was released by SBG Records after the band were dropped by Artery Recordings on the eve of its appearance.

NEWS: Slaves take an oath with “The Pact”!

Slaves have continued the releases from their new album “Beautiful Death” with a music video for “The Pact”. Ever controversial, the band were dropped by then record label Artery Recordings a day before the album release with a number of allegations in the air. The album is available in merch bundle form here, with a

NEWS: “I’d Rather See Your Stars Explode” from Jonny Craig’s Slaves!

Taken from their recently released album “Beautiful Death”, Slaves (US) fronted by Jonny Craig have released “I’d Rather See Your Stars Explode”. The album was in doubt after the band were dropped by their label Artery Recordings just days before it’s planned release amid rumours of sexual misconduct around circling Jonny Craig. Craig, often a