Originally known as Hace, Guilford Nu-Metalcore outfit Break Fifty have been on our radar for quite some time. They started out in 2017 playing a hybrid blend of Hardcore influenced Nu-Metal, cutting their love of a breakdown with classic late 90s elements. In 2019 they dropped the single “Gods” which has clocked up 83k of
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South coast Metalcore heroes Bury Tomorrow have made a habit of playing a run of bigger venue pre-Christmas shows in recent years and hand picking some very very good support acts. This year’s run of shows has been a trek across Europe which has seen them deliver a brand new single and their first since
In this short clip, South Coast Metalcore heroes Bury Tomorrow take us behind the scenes of the music video for new song “The Grey (XIVI)” but before we get to that, here’s the band performing the track in Stuttgart Germany on 28th November at LKM Longhorn! Their current tour will end on Saturday at The
As the end of 2019 approaches, Blood Youth have followed up February’s “Starve” with a brand new single wrapped in Nu-Metal glory entitled “Playing The Victim”. Whether the track is a forerunner for a new album remains to be seen but with the band hitting the road with Bury Tomorrow and Employed To Serve across
After a pair of weeks where Sacramento Californians Deftones featured as being the influencing factor in tracks by Blood Youth and Darknet, it’s time we went Underground for today’s episode of Riff Police. There’s been way too much Thrash and way too many big names. Apparently. Having said that, there is a big name involved
Let’s start with what we know. Sacramento Californian Alternative Metallers Deftones recorded and entire album entitled “Eros” at the The Spot in Los Angeles between April and November 2008 and produced by Terry Date. The album was shelved as the final recorded work of bassist Chi Ling Dai Cheng who following a car accident and
Straight out of the van and into the interview tent, the Mike James Rock Show caught up with Blood Youth before their set at 2000 Trees Festival. Topics of conversation include their first visit to the festival after their first EP, how much better “Starve” has been received than they expected and the fact that
When we reviewed “Starve” by Blood Youth we said that there was a fair amount of homage to Slipknot as well as other 1998-2002 era albums such as the self titled debut from Soulfly. So it came as little surprise that Metal Hammer Magazine’s exclusive split 9 track album “March Of The Maggots” should include
Back at Blondies in London for their latest installment of the K! Pit series, Kerrang Magazine let Blood Youth tear apart the dive bar in front of 50 guests with cuts from current album “Starve”! They’ll be taking on Reading and Leeds Festivals in a collection of European wide dates over the next few months.
It’s about time that we had an exclusive interview, isn’t it? We’ve been lucky enough to be able to bring you a few of those over the last year or so and since Lancashire’s Melodic Metalcore crew Downfall have a new EP entitled “Breathe” out, we figured it was time to speak to them about it!