Tag: Choir Noir

Review: “The Scorching Gaze” by Urzah

The sixth year of the reign of Urzah finds the Bristol based Post Progressive Sludge Metal quartet unveiling their most ambitious record to date in “The Scorching Gaze“. Inspired, as so many have been, by the cosmic horror writings of HP Lovecraft and more directly the late Cormac McCarthy’s novel “The Crossing“, the lyrical narratives

Documentary: The Making of Make Yourself with Choir Noir!

A little bit ago, the Choir Noir recorded their first lockdown cover with an incredible version of “Make Yourself” by Incubus done during the first lockdown of 2020. While navigating the seven seas of DIY filming and audio recording in their own to make it happen, each member filmed some separate footage which has been

NEWS: Choir Noir cover “Make Yourself” by Incubus!

We’ve been following Choir Noir for a while now, their choral takes on Metal classics being something we’ve not heard before and what makes it special is that the group is made of of members from all walks of life, as you’ll see in this video as they perform “Make Yourself” by Incubus. This is

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Tone Def?

After a couple of weeks of wandering in the wilderness it’s time to return to some Deftones for this week’s head to head. Perhaps not as universally critically acclaimed as it’s predecessors, the Sacramento Californian Alternative Metallers self titled fourth studio album may have some of the bands heaviest work on it up to its