When the touring cycles start up once more the Impericon Never Say Die Tour will be storming across Europe in November with Polaris, Emmure, Spite and Gravemind to name but a few taking the stage together. Another one of those bands is Currents, who have chosen to take a minute and remind us of their
One piece of good news is that the Impericon Never Say Die Tour will be back in November 2021 with five UK dates. The line up is double stacked with Australian Progressive Metalcore titans Polaris headlining and joined by Emmure, Currents, Spite, Invent Animate, Gravemind and Stepson taking the other slots. 9th London, Electric Ballroom
When you’re a musician getting endorsements is pretty much key to survival, so Currents guitarist Chris Wiseman has recorded this playthrough video for “Second Skin” from the bands SharpTone Records fourth studio album “The Way It Ends” which shows off his Ibanez RGR752HBF model as well as the song. Two birds, one stone.
When “The Place I Feel Safest” brought Currents to our attention with its DJent infused Metalcore and Nu-Metal introspective lyrics we were hooked but “Poverty Of Self“, the first single from their fourth studio album “The Way It Ends” hit, it was a whole new level for them. So here’s drummer Matt Young performing the
Hailing from Rutland Vermont and giving us some spine tingling chills and brutal breakdowns with “Open Me“, their debut full length album in Avante Garde Deathcore style are No Soul. After reviewing their skull crushing and yet sensitive nine track opus, we spoke to them and asked a few burning questions having digested the album
It might seem like forever since the last one but there were actually live shows in 2020 and The Loft in Atlanta Georgia saw Currents decimate the audience. Here’s “Into Despair” from their record “I Let The Devil In” with a dedicated drum cam trained on Matt Young so you can pick up some of
An album that appeared just before the lockdown, “The Way It Ends” sees Currents in fine form. Vocalist Brian Willie goes through the album track by track for the SharpTone Records with singles like “Poverty of Self” raising the roof when they were performed live before the album dropped. If it wasn’t for the current
Stepping away from their sick riffs series which has been keeping us entertained over the past 14 weeks or so, Guitar World have shared a guitar playthrough for the ferocious “Monsters” from Currents guitarist Chris Wiseman. The cut is on the latest offering “The Way It Ends“, which is out now via SharpTone Records.
While sat at home after the release of his bands fourth studio album “The Ways It Ends“, Currents guitarist Chris Wiseman has gone through the album track by track while the cameras are rolling for this new documentary. Based on this, what price that he follows Born Of Osiris guitarist Lee McKinney and releases a
Formed in Moscow Russia in 2015, Behold The Void are a Blackened Progressive Deathcore act of some repute. Dropping their debut single “Endless Hunger” in 2017 and swiftly following up with an impressive debut EP “Black Mass” just six months later they have set the tone for their debut full length with a shroud of darkness.