Joined by Tim Henson & Clay Gober of Polyphia for a new single entitled “Real“, German Progressive Metallers Unprocessed have gone all funky with R’n’B flavours. Produced by Manuel Gardner Fernandes, Tim Henson & David John Levy and with a video with distinct 80’s touches, could their next full length have CHON inspirations?
After 14 years in the wilderness, Crimson Massacre guitarist James Jackson created Nonvector with bassist James Duvall and Pianist Vince Patillo in order to create some Progressive music with both Metal and Rock leanings. Getting drummer Kevin Talley, known for his work in many heavy Metal bands including Dååth, Feared, Sylencer and Nothnegal, Dying Fetus,
Joviac was formed in late 2016 by frontman Viljami Jupiter Wenttola (Vocals, Guitars, Synths) as a necessary artistic outlet with a strong vision and an unrelenting compulsion to express himself through the medium of music. Initially recording as a two man project with Antti Varjanne (Bass), they released their debut in 2017 before Rudy Fabritius
Perhaps dashing any hope of seeing them at Tech-Fest or Radar Festival this summer, CHON have announced a run of intimate venue April shows with Sithu Aye and Jakub Zytecki in tow. The San Diego trio have their self titled album doing the rounds at the minute so if you’ve missed it… 23rd Brighton, The Haunt 24th Bristol,
Incase you missed it, San Diego Californian trio Progressive Mathcore band Chon will not only be releasing their self titled album via Sumerian Records on 7th June but also playing a clutch of intimate venue headlining shows in September! 22nd Manchester, Gorilla 23rd Nottingham, Rescue Rooms 24th Glasgow, King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut 25th Birmingham, The
Californian progressive metal band CHON will bring their “Homey” tour to the UK in October. “Homey” is out now via Sumerian Records. Oct 12: Nottingham Rock City Basement Oct 13: Guildford Boileroom Oct 14: Leeds Brudenell Social Club Oct 15: Brighton, Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar Oct 16: London Garage Oct 17: Bristol Fleece Oct 18: Birmingham