Tag: Deftones

NEWS: Stoneside premier “History of Violence”!

Unveiling an immersive debut single of crushing groove, majestic ambience and an emotive vocal performance that lean on influences like Deftones and Spiritbox, Texas Alternative Metallers Stoneside have announced themselves as heavyweight contenders with “History Of Violence“. Comprised of a writing partnership that have served time in other outfits previously, the chemistry between vocalist and

Exclusive Interview: Weaponry talk writing and recording!

Reading based Deftones inspired quintet Weaponry have been smashing out the singles in the absence of being able to play any shows with the re-recording of “Moving To Andromeda” alongside “Something I Lack” and now “Blindly Follow Us” as songs we’ve known and loved from their live set now available in the finest of quality. We never need

Riff Police! Pull Over! #134: Bring Me The Horizon Vs Deftones!

Having already done the rounds at this point, we just feel like we had to have another poke at the hornets nest that has surrounded Bring Me The Horizon since 2015’s “That’s The Spirit“. Why? Because we’re angry bears who were so disheartened by the records that the band released after the departure of I

Bootleg: Deftones in St. Paul Minnesota!

13th December 1997 saw Deftones joined by Limp Bizkit, Sevendust and Snot at the 93X Christmas Ball. It took place at the Roy Wilkins Auditorium in St Paul Minnesota and sees them smashing out classics like “Engine No. 9“, “My Own Summer (Shove It)” and “Be Quiet And Drive (Far Away)” all courtesy of Liberated

Track Review: “Something I Lack” from Weaponry!

We’ve said it once and we’ll say it again. Single track reviews are as rare as rocking horse s*** on these pages, so when there is one, it’s going to be worth your while. Reading Deftones inspired quintet Weaponry, who we’ve championed have dug deep and delivered a new single entitled “Something I Lack” which

Review: “Reluctant Hero” by Killer Be Killed

How often do we use the words “highly anticipated” and “supergroup” in the current era of Metal? It has been six long years since 2014’s self titled debut from Killer Be Killed, a band which features Greg Puciato on vocals and guitars, formerly of The Dillinger Escape Plan and currently in The Black Queen, Max

Review: “Your Receding Warmth” by Boundaries

There was a point earlier in 2020 when there was a question mark in our minds over the continuation of Connecticut Metallic Hardcore quintet Boundaries future. Travis Tabron had stepped down from Varials and vocalist Matthew McDougal was filling in during their live shows and doing a stand out job of it. However it seems

Bootleg: Deftones in Kansas!

There is a wealth of Deftones live footage out there but this one from 1997 is particularly special. It captures the band at Liberty Hall in Kansas on 12th December at a show that saw them perform with Limp Bizkit and Will Haven performing tracks from their “Adrenaline” and “Around The Fur” records, making room for

Documentary: “No Lasting Memories” #17 from Weaponry!

Our favourite soap opera is back like a needy ex-Girlfriend that you just can’t say no to for another lethal dose of all things Weaponry. In rehearsals Max breaks the musician moral code and forgets how to play “Search For Life“, instead ripping a Deftones riff. Oops. Well Big Al “Zyfava” Bristow did promise a cover

Review: “A Quiet Place To Die” by Alpha Wolf

Taking their name from the 2011 Liam Neeson survivalist movie “The Grey” based on the short story “Ghost Walker” by Ian MacKenzie Jeffers, that tells the tale of a group of oil-men stranded in Alaska after a plane crash, who must survive a pack of timber wolves stalking them amidst mercilessly cold weather, Alpha Wolf are Australian Nu-Metalcore