Tag: Counting Days

The Black Map #61: Keepsake from Oxford!

Heading from Manchester to Oxford it’s time to bring a debut single from a band formed just this year to The Black Map of the UK Underground Metal Scene. Complete with a mixing and mastering job from Henrik Udd (I Killed The Prom Queen, Counting Days, Architects) and featuring a guest appearance from Alex Tovell

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? Fight! (Sic) Edition

In the Red corner… London Metallers Counting Days have always been fans of Slipknot. Guitarist Curtis Ward recorded a cover of “Eyeless” before he departed Bring Me The Horizon. So little surprise when his new band decided to do a version of “(Sic)”, also from the bands self-titled major label debut released in 1999 via

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? Fight! Slayer Edition!

Thrash Metal legends Slayer are a household name. They have so many classic songs from throughout their career that picking just one to cover must be a serious undertaking. “Disciple” is one of those songs that sticks in your mind and brings that instant hit. So perhaps a more obvious choice. In the blue corner we

NEWS: Shields release “Black Dog”!

Taken from their upcoming new album “Life In Exhile” our on 20th April via Long Branch Records, Shields have released an official music video for “Black Dog”. The band will play an album release show at London’s Boston Music Room on 21st April. The show will see Shields supported by Create To Inspire, Silent Screams

Vs. Tuesday: Round #6: 2 Bands Cover 1 Song. Who Wins? Fight!

Two more different covers of the same song you probably won’t find – now I’ve said that, you probably will. Scottish Alt. Rockers Aerogramme put there own spin on “Disciple” by Slayer by taking us into an industrial bare-bones soundscape soaked in atmosphere. London Metalcore crew Counting Days on the other hand take the balls