Tag: Born of Osiris

NEWS: Born Of Osiris short circuit…

A second single since 2021’s colossal “Angel or Alien” album has arrived from Born Of Osiris in “A Mind Short Circuiting” with the band about the declare war on Europe. Surpassing 20 million streams across all platforms it’s a record which defied the critics and brought the band to the United Kingdom as one of the

NEWS: Attila, Born Of Osiris, Aviana, Crown Magnetar! March 2024!

Much to our surprise Atlanta Georgia Party Deathcore outfit Attila have announced a co-headlining tour with Born Of Osiris that will have six shows upon our shores at the end of March 2024. Titled the “Angels & Villains” tour it will see them joined by Aviana and Crown Magnetar making it heavier hitting than you might

NEWS: Born Of Osiris carry the torch!

Whether it’s a standalone single or the shape of DJent to come, time to appear as the band begin an extensive North American tour with Upon A Burning Body and Traitors, Sumerian Records signings Born Of Osiris have dropped “Torchbearer“. One of the headliners at this year’s 10th Anniversary of Tech-Fest they’re in fine form

Live Review: Tech-Fest 10th Anniversary (Sunday)

It might be the final day of the final Tech-Fest or Simon Garrod and the team may simply be taking a break but today is one for making the most out of and leaving every ounce of energy in the pit. For that you need fuel so a can of Monster and a Firehouse burger

NEWS: Strike three for Signs of the Swarm with “Malady”!

A third single from the Josh Schroeder (Lorna Shore, King 810, Tallah) recorded, produced and mixed upcoming new album from Signs Of The Swarm has premiered in “Malady“. The Pittsburgh natives will see that unleashed by Century Media on 28th July with guests including Trivium mastermind Matthew K. Heafy, Joshua Travis (Emmure, Glass Cloud, The

NEWS: Born Of Osiris announce three fresh UK shows this summer!

It should come as no surprise that American DJentlemen Born Of Osiris have announced a trio of shows upon our shores either side of their performance at this year’s incarnation of Tech-Fest. All three shows will find Midlands Massive Oceans Ate Alaska on board while the lesser spotted Paledusk will appear at two with further acts

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Rest.

When an album receives accolades like “49th greatest Guitar Album of all Time” from Guitar World Magazine and “5th greatest Metal Album of The 21st Century” from Metal Hammer Magazine then you know it’s one you should be checking out. 18 years ago in 2004 inspired by the events that took place during the war in