Tag: Creek

NEWS:.”Madness Blooms” for Artificial Pathogen!

Having called time on their five year career in April 2020, Artificial Pathogen were resurrected just right months later and the Glasgow Scotland based Deathcore collective have gone from strength to strength since. Seemingly now a quartet, they’ve unvieled a second new single in “Madness Blooms” as well as announcing they will be on a

NEWS: Pulse search for the pure…

Mixed and Mastered by Loathe guitarist Connor Sweeney, the return of former Harbinger vocalist Tom Gardner will be cemented when his new outfit Pulse deliver their debut 7 track record “yourpulseisours” on 9th April 2021. They’ve dropped their third single “Purity” with a video that features flashing imagery and a guest vocal appearance from Jack

NEWS: Gassed Up & Creed announce Scottish Weekender!

Joining forces for a trio of March 2021 shows that will be rescheduled if needs be with original tickets remaining valid, the road warriors that are Preston Hardcore crew Gassed Up will be joined by Newcastle’s Creek at the end of March. Both bands have a top drawer independent EP releases out at the moment

NEWS: God Complex add December shows!

Due to popular demand, the previously announced God Complex December tour that will see them joined by MTXS and Creak has had a pair of additional dates added! As you might expect, given the original shows locations, the pair are both in the South and come as “Created Sick” reaches its first Anniversary! 3rd Newcastle, Head of Steam 4th

Bootleg: “Slumlord” by God Complex!

Continuing their Live At The Lab session releases, Liverpool’s God Complex have returned with “Slumlord”. The “Lab” in question is actually Sound Lab Studios where Jack Longman, Matt Williams and James Horewood handle the elements to make the cut possible. God Complex themselves will be taking to the stage in December with Creak and MTXS!

The Black Map #48: Diabolus from Andover!

It’s been a couple of years since Diabolus dropped EP “Feast”, littered with Technical guitar work with elements of Slam and Hardcore wrapped up with the odd Kerry King inspired solo. However, the Hampshire Blackened Deathcore crew have had a tough time since. Despite single “Cannibal of Siberia” getting the band plenty of attention and