Tag: Burning The Padre

NEWS: Burning The Padre have Cabin Fever?

The social media teasing campaign is finally over for Black Country Deathcore collective Burning The Padre as they unveil their latest burnt offering in “Cabin Fever“. The first single since the dark, churning Mosh friendly and groove laden affair that is EP “Misanthropy“, it sees lyrical focus on loneliness and depression during lockdown as the

Playthrough: “Hallucinations” from Burning The Padre!

West Midlands Deathcore act Burning The Padre have announced their participation in a new compilation entitled “Heavy Pandemic“. That will drop on 1st June with the help of Death Mask & Apocalyptic Witchcraft. To tide you over between now and then, they’ve shared a guitar playthrough for “Hallucinations” from their current EP “Misanthropy“.

Playthrough: “Spineless Lech” from Burning The Padre!

Once again switching from his regular bass to guitar for a playthrough video, Burning The Padre Bassist Richard Jevons has followed up last month’s video for “Oxygen Thief” with a fresh take on “Spineless Lech“. Both tracks appear on the West Midlands Deathcore quintets EP “Misanthropy” which also has a music video directed by Mike

Playthrough: “Oxygen Thief” from Burning The Padre!

Taken from their debut EP “Misanthropy” Burning The Padre Bassist Richard Jevons Switches to guitars for a playthrough of “Oxygen Thief“. If you’re unfamiliar then feel free to check out our review! The West Midlands Deathcore quintet are planning a few more of these in the coming weeks and months…

NEWS: Burning The Padre call out the weak!

Burning The Padre celebrated the release of their EP “Misanthropy” in mid December 2019 and offer up an instrumental version of it over at bandcamp. The Birmingham natives, who are joined by Josh Davies of Monasteries on the title track, have invested in a music video shot by Dedset Productions for “Spineless Lech“.

Review: “Misanthropy” by Burning The Padre

Around a year in the making, West Midlands Modern Metal meets Deathcore act Burning The Padre have unleashed their demon with their debut release “Misanthropy“. Featuring a guest vocal appearance from Josh Davis of Monasteries, vocalist Tom Knight, bassist Richard Jevons, drummer Josh Platts and guitarist duo Sean Bhalroo and Leigh Sprason (who also handled