Tag: Bring Me The Horizon

Review: “For The Sick – ReWorks” by Red Method

How did we get here? Well… February 2020 saw Red Method, a band born from ashes of The Defiled and Metastasis finally release their long gestating album “For The Sick“, produced by Scott Atkins and features appearances by Mikee Goodman (Sikth) and Jason Mendonca (Akercocke). They’d already played a wealth of shows around the record including a

NEWS: Vicky Psarakis covers Bring Me The Horizon!

The eclectic nature of some of the weekly covers that The Agonist frontwoman Vicky Psarakis has put out alongside her partner in crime in multi instrumentalist Quentin Cornet has been quite something to behold. The pairs latest offering comes in the form of “Teardrops” by Bring Me The Horizon as Cornet uses Solar guitars with

Riff Police! Pull Over! #134: Bring Me The Horizon Vs Deftones!

Having already done the rounds at this point, we just feel like we had to have another poke at the hornets nest that has surrounded Bring Me The Horizon since 2015’s “That’s The Spirit“. Why? Because we’re angry bears who were so disheartened by the records that the band released after the departure of I

Review: “The Cloven Hand” by Zebadiah Crowe

From the minds of Zebadiah Crowe, the creators of last summers “Host Rider” comes the first of two EPs that promise a further test to your sanity in the bleak mid winter in “The Cloven Hand“. How much of a part Forrrthen and The Horrid played in the creation of these tracks with the exception

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

We were beginning to wonder when Brighton Progressive Metalcore heroes Architects would resurface after the “Cycle of Suffering” album from guitarist Josh Middleton’s other band Sylosis and so the surprise release of single “Animals” via Epitaph Records before their Royal Albert Hall live streamed show was something of a moment. The track itself brings some

NEWS: Heavy Music Awards 2020 – The Winners!

After much delay this years Heavy Music Awards finally took place last night and there weren’t many surprises in the winners this time around. It seems strange to have a Best Festival award at the end of a summer where there have been no festivals in the physical sense however it seems logical to award

Review: “Global Suicide” by Fixation

Getting the sound you want from your record relies on the person who is handling the mixing and mastering of it. As a band, handing your creations over and hoping that they sound as your vision was or perhaps better, must be a nerve jangling moment. But there are certain people who you can can

Review: “Blood Is Blood” by On Hollow Ground

Born in Leeds in 2013, Metalcore quintet On Hollow Ground (Jack Flynn [Lead Vocalist], Ryan Scott [Guitar and Vocals], Joe Wood [Drums], Chris Batty [Guitar], Bob Howe [Bass]) have been building a reputation for themselves on the Metal Underground Scene with a trio of EP including 2018’s “Constant State” setting them apart from the pack. During

The Black Map #112: October Ends from Newcastle!

Continuing our journey North from Warrington to Newcastle and give a mention to five piece Metalcore act October Ends. Back in 2017 they came to our attention with their EP “A New Path” and having been quietly plugging away at completing their debut full length “Zodiac” during 2019, we had expected them to go big