As a band, Brighton Death Metallers Woe Betide are on a journey through Metal with a desire to keep things fresh by evolving their sound through a love of the more Technical side while also citing influences in Opeth, Bleed From Within and Obscura. Currently without a bassist, Kieran Shearer (vocals), Lee Cox (guitar), Jack
One of the biggest surprises of 2019 was “Human”, the debut EP from Brighton Progressive Metallers Derelict Dream. The band had a plan for 2020 which… Anyway. The original version for “Blood Dance” appeared in music video form back on November 2016, so the band have put together a fresh studio session version. Maybe 2021
For those not in the know, it’s time for us to spin you some yarn. You see Metal Noise was created in the aftermath of Tech-Fest in 2017, it was inspired by the four days of wall to wall Metal and so you could say that Metal Noise would not exist if it wasn’t for
Pinch and a Punch 1st of the month, no returns back. A kick in the d*** for being so quick. It can only be that time of the month again! Recalling the month of August which featured a massive 91 music videos including fresh cuts from Reclaimer, Infected Rain, Derelict Dream and As I Lay
Brighton Progressive Metallers Derelict Dream sent us their album “Human” to review ahead of time and it’s a stunningly good piece of work! They’ve taken some time to put together a music video for “Hearts” which you can check out below. The album itself is a contender for the bunch of 5 best albums of
If you’ve not checked out “Human” by Brighton Progressive Metallers Derelict Dream or read our exclusive interview… You’re missing out! They’ve let their bassist Ant out of his box for a playthrough of “Hearts”! Check out the trio at a venue near you this year!
Brighton Progressive Metalcore trio Derelict Dream gave us the pleasure of reviewing their EP “Human” before it’s release a couple of weeks back and we have to say that it’s a real gem! So if you fancy giving “Blood Dance” a go, here’s their official playthrough of what has to be one of their standout
Following our review of “Human”, the upcoming 23/03/19 release from Brighton Progressive Metal Trio Derelict Dream, we had the privilege to ask them a few questions around the EP, their musical style and where they see themselves going… “Human” has been a long time in the works. What’s your proudest moment on the release? Ant (Bass,
Brighton based Metal trio Derelict Dream have been working on their second EP “Human” for some time, releasing a live video for “Blood Dance” that was recorded on 30th November 2016, officially making the upcoming new release something of a monolith. That being said, if you’re going to do it, you want it to be right.