Tag: Culling Culture

Playthrough: “X My Heart (Hope To Die)” from Vexed!

Following the news that January will see them ripping up the road with Lifesick, Viscera and Cabal across Europe, Progressive Deathcore collective Vexed have shared a genuine one take vocal performance of “X My Heart (Hope To Die)” from Megan Targett, recorded in their home studio. The track takes pride of place on the bands

NEWS: Vexed. Lifesick. Viscera. Cabal. January 2024!

Fresh from their United Kingdom headlining tour, Progressive Deathcore merchants Vexed have announced that they will be joining Lifesick and Viscera in a European tour trek from Hannover Germany to Copenhagen Denmark on the first headlining tour outside of their homeland for Cabal. During that run there will be a trio of shows upon our

Interview: Vexed and Pulse talk “Negative Energy”!

What could be better than a swan dive into the asphalt? How about an interview in which Napalm Records signed Progressive Deathcore collective Vexed do a Q&A with the band who are doing direct support for them on the “Negative Energy” UK headlining tour in October in Pulse? Two of those six shows are already

NEWS: Vexed put flowers on your grave…

You probably don’t need a reminder about just how good the sophomore album “Negative Energy” from Progressive Deathcore entrepreneurs Vexed is but incase you missed it, due to being trapped under a giant bolder or something, the band have offered up a visualization of “Lay Down Your Flowers“. A single which features the dullset tones

NEWS: Vexed announce “Negative Energy” tour for October!

In the wake of guitarist Jay Bacon becoming endorsed by Schecter Guitars, Progressive Deathcore quartet Vexed have announced an October headlining run of six intimate shows with support from Pulse. It will of course be a celebration of their sophomore album “Negative Energy“, which is out now via Napalm Records and has sold out of

Interview: Vexed talk top five Nu-Metal albums with KnotFest!

Not content with dropping a groove laden Progressive Deathcore album in “Negative Energy” via Napalm Records this weekend, Vexed frontwoman Megan Targett joins Joshua Toomey on the KnotFest Nu-Pod to discuss her top five Nu-Metal albums. We’re not going to give the game away but records from Slipknot, Limp Bizkit, Linkin Park, System Of A

Review: “Negative Energy” by Vexed

The rise of Hertfordshire Progressive Deathcore heavyweights Vexed since the arrival of April 2019 single “Elite” which of course features a guest appearance from CJ McMahon of Thy Art Is Murder has been nothing short of phenomenal. That has surpassed a million streams on Spotify alone and arguably resulted in their signing to Napalm Records for

NEWS: Vexed get traumatised with sophomore album?

A third single in “Trauma Euphoria” has been given the full bloodstained red carpet music video treatment as Progressive Deathcore outfit Vexed prepare for the unleashing of their “Negative Energy” via Napalm Records on 23rd June. Material from the record will appear in the bands set for the first time when they play UK Tech-Fest

Interview: Vexed talk “Negative Energy” with Heavy New York!

Two singles deep into the campaign behind their new album “Negative Energy” and Megan Targett from Progressive Deathcore collective Vexed has spoken to the almighty Heavy New York. Naturally the topics of conversation the interview are all about the new album, touching on the tragic influences behind it but there is a lot more to