Tag: Carcer City

Listmania: Metal Noise Top #5 Drinking Songs For New Year!

Our Listmania season will come to an end tomorrow with the New Years Honours List but before it does, there is just about enough time to squeeze in one more; 5 drinking songs for New Years Eve; because what else do people do on New Years Eve except drink a skin full, party and bulls***?!

Review: “Control” by The Aphelion

The Aphelion is the point in the orbit of an object where it is farthest from the Sun. As with most astrological terms, the word aphelion derives from Greek, apo meaning away, off, apart and Helios meaning Sun. That makes for a cool sounding band name for a Metalcore act hailing from Brighton England, who

Review: “Guided” by Confessions of a Traitor

After a pair of EPs in 2014’s “Seasons” and 2016’s “Illuminate”, Londoners Confessions of a Traitor are well known on the UK Underground Metal Scene with a reputation for an impressive live show, something which we witnessed as they performed at the final farewell tour show from Carcer City which was on their stomping ground.

Live Review: UK Tech-Fest Day #4: Sunday

Fortunately yesterday’s inflatable genitalia is no where to be seen as some kids appear with their parents to watch Brink of Extinction [6/10] who include in their set the thoroughly enjoyable single “Jekyll & Psyclops”. The Bristol natives have a pair of vocalists who take lines in turn as much as verses for their groove

Review: “Breathe” EP by Downfall

Downfall are a hard-hitting, melody heavy Metalcore act hailing from Lancashire. They’ve spent two years making “Breathe”, their debut EP and have recently shared a stage with Carcer City and Last Hounds at Satan’s Hollow in Manchester and will soon be joining Borders and The Human Veil at Manchester Rebellion. The EP features production from

Review: “Reclamation” EP by Sworn Amongst

Kingston upon Hull Metallers Sworn Amongst have a rich history having established themselves on the European circuit with a live show that needs no introduction and having relentlessly toured since 2004. They’ve played Download Festival, Bloodstock and Hammerfest in the UK as well as being main support for Annihilator as well as sharing stages with