Tag: Comeback Kid

Review: “…As One” by Rot

Hailing from the Twin Cities and including in their ranks both current and former members of Nanashi, Swing Low, While God Sleeps, Mithya, SLNCR and War Prayer are Metallic Hardcore quintet Rot. Hot on the heels of 2019 EP “Nothing’s Changed”, the band once again worked with Southern California based label War Against Records (Pressure Cracks,

Listmania: Metal Noise Top #5 Most Disappointing Albums of 2019!

We’ve got a short attention span so… what were we talking about? Oh yeah. Our very own Awards Season is in full flow with a series of Top #5’s to blow your mind! As with 2018, the categories are simple. Top #5 “Live Bands“, “Disappointing Albums“, “Anticipated Releases“, “Best EPs” and “Best Albums“. It couldn’t

Review: “You Got Me All F***ed Up” by Deez Nuts

If you look at it there are a fair amount of comparisons you could make between Alex Erin and JJ Peters. They both might come from opposite ends of the Globe with Peters hailing from Australia and Erin from Canada but they both have a similar look facially with baseball caps and designer stubble. They

The Black Map 77: Death Remains from London!

Going back to an old favourite of the UK Underground Metal Scene for this week’s entry in The Black Map, we stay in the capital and talk about the one and only Death Remains. They announced new bassist Si Sheppard in May after he’d had the trial by fire of a run of shows, as

NEWS: Sick Of It All. November.

Canadian Hardcore Punks Cancer Bats will continue their love affair with our part of the World in November when they will be joining Comeback Kid in supporting the legends that are Sick Of It All! Hopefully the New York Hardcore veterans will play our personal favourite “District”! 21th Glasgow, Slay 22th Sheffield, Corporation 24th London, Electric

NEWS: 2000 Trees Festival 2019 announce 33 bands!

The Weekend of 11th July will see the 2019 incarnation of 2000 Trees Festival at Upcote Farm in Cheltenham take place. Aside from todays massive 33 band announcement, perhaps the most interesting news is that Every Time I Die will be playing their seminal “Hot Damn!” in full followed by a set of hits! The Festival

Interview: Malevolence at Download 2018!

TheMetalTris caught up with Sheffield Bruisers Malevolence at Download Festival in this newly released clip. Talking about the variety of bands that they’ve been able to share the stages with from Comeback Kid to Despised Icon. The bands incredible album “Self Supremacy” is out now via BDHW Records!

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? Fight! “Territorial Pissings”

From Nivana‘s iconic “Nevermind”, the album that brought so many people to Metal via Grunge in 1994, comes “Territorial Pissings”. Everyone has covered it… From ill Nino to Max Cavalera’s Soulfly to Comeback Kid and Dexter Holland’s The Offspring. But we’re going to go with Brighton’s Progressive Metalcore heroes Architects performing a version for the BBC in