Tag: Carnifex

Throwback #52: “Our Enemies” by Bleeding Through!

As if 2019 wasn’t enough for fans of Orange County Californian Metalcore heroes Bleeding Through with the arrival of “Love Will Kill All” via SharpTone Records, 2020 looks like it will see another new album from them. According to this instagram post picked up by thePRP.com, they’re back in the studio with producer Mick Kenney (Carnifex, Anaal Nathrakh). However,

Documentary: Rivers of Nihil recording with Gear Gods!

Another surprise of 2019 was Metal Blade Death Metallers Rivers Of Nihil and “Where Owls Know My Name“. In this latest episode of Gear Gods Drumception series, guitarist Jon Topore records a new original song! They’ll be joining Thy Art Is Murder, Fit For An Autopsy, Carnifex and I AM on a huge European Tour in

Bootleg: I Am at Chain Reaction!

Pro-Shot by 197 Media at Chain Reaction in Anaheim California on 28th September, here’s a full set from I AM. The Dallas Texas Death Metallers have “Hard 2 Kill” out now and take big four influences and blend them with their own sound to create a dive bomb guitar driven onslaught! They’ll be joining Thy

NEWS: Carnifex see “Visions Of The End”!

2020 will see Deathcore crushers Carnifex join Thy Art Is Murder, Fit For An Autopsy and I Am bulldoze their way across Europe. They’ve blown the budget that Nuclear Blast gave them on a gory video for “Visions Of The End” from their new album “World War X” and… perhaps missed the opportunity to do

Bootleg: Thy Art Is Murder in Germany!

Having announced a massive tour across Europe after the turn of the year with Carnifex, Fit For An Autopsy, I Am and a special guest, Thy Art Is Murder have seen their stock rise once again with new album “Human Target”. Here’s their full set at Germany’s Summer Breeze Festival which includes “Make America Hate

Bootleg: “Son of Misery” from Thy Art Is Murder!

Recorded at their set at Bloodstock earlier his summer, here’s “Son of Misery” from Australian Deathcore titans Thy Art Is Murder! They’ll be back with Carnifex, Fit For An Autopsy and I AM in 2020 as they continue to decimate the globe with “Human Target”! Will the special guest be our very own Vexed?

Review: “World War X” by Carnifex

The Seventh studio album from Carnifex has been one we’ll promoted by Nuclear Blast in the build up to it’s appearance. It’s easy for a band that has reached this stage in their career to be cruelly ignored under some misguided notion that they don’t need any help in promoting their album and spreading the

Interview: Carnifex play “What’s in my bag?”

Doing their own version of “What’s In My Bag?”, Scott Ian Lewis from Carnifex appears at the US office of Nuclear Blast to tell us about some records he’s purchased for the occasion. All this comes appears as part of the build up the the appearance of the bands seventh studio album “World War X”