Tag: Devilment

NEWS: DiAmorte premier “Where The Light Grows Cold”!

Featuring a cast of musicians that includes Colin Parks (Devilment, Ghosts Of Atlantis) and James Dortan (Black Crown Initiate) as well as session musicians including James Stewart (Decapitated), Mike LePond and Michael J. Romeo (Symphony X), Theatrical Metal Opera act DiAmorte have unveiled “Where The Light Grows Cold” that features the Budapest Scoring Orchestra via

Review: “Through Deepest Fears And Darkest Minds” by Phobetor

Forged in the fires of Hell in 2018 at the hands of vocalist Debora Conserva, Phobetor began their journey down the left hand path with the idea of reflecting the chaos and anguish of life, capturing it’s furious energy and use it to reign terror on the masses with debut album “When Life Falls Silent”

Interview: Cradle Of Filth chat to Knotfest!

The first show from Cradle Of Filth since 2019 will see the Suffolk Extreme Metallers give a live debut to a new keyboard player after Lindsey Schoolcraft made her exit over some 15 months ago. The band, who have announced a new album in “Existence Is Futile”, their first in four years will be appearing

Review: “3.6.2.4” by Ghosts of Atlantis

Hailing from the depths of Suffolk’s Witch country, Symphonic Progressive Blackened Death Metal quintet Ghosts Of Atlantis are a new beast comprised of present and past members of Devilment, Failed Humanity, The Conflict Within and Cold Lazarus now unchained and free to create while leaning on a wealth of experience and knowledge gained from previous

NEWS: Ghosts of Atlantis await…

A band who feature in their ranks members of Devilment, Failed Humanity, The Conflict Within and Re-Birth are Ghosts of Atlantis who are set to haunt us on 26th March with “3.6.2.4” via Black Lion Records. Available for pre-order over at bandcamp, their debut album features “The Third Pillar“, one of three tracks you get

NEWS: Machine Head unveil “My Hands Are Empty”!

The highly anticipated new Machine Head single has finally arrived after much social media teasing and “My Hands Are Empty” certainly leaves fans guessing over which musicians played upon it. Many may have thought that Logan Mader and Chris Kontos would step away after the bands 25th Anniversary tour for “Burn My Eyes” but both

Vs Tuesday: One Song! Two Bands! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Midnight Oil.

Australian rock band Midnight Oil may have faced some adversity among critics from their formation in 1972 to 2002 they sold an incredible 12 million records, something which deserves attention. Indeed it took until 1987 and their sixth studio record “Diesel and Dust” before they acquired any form of critical acclaim. Recorded at Albert Studios,

Bootleg: Machine Head In Germany!

Pro-Shot in Bochum Germany, Machine Head let the fans have their entire 25th Anniversary of “Burn My Eyes” evening with creature double feature! It includes an opening half of career spanning material with Robb Flynn and bassist Jared MacEachern joined by Decapitated guitarist Waclaw “Vogg” Kieltyka and Devilment drummer Matt Alston – and – a second half with original

Bootleg: Machine Head “Burn My Eyes” Tour hits Holland!

Filmed at 13 in Tilburg Netherlands on the 25th Anniversary Tour for “Burn My Eyes”, the seminal debut album from Oakland Metal Kings Machine Head, here are “None But My Own”, “Old”, “Davidian” and “Ten Ton Hammer”! The shows feature a trio of original members of the band with Robb Flynn joined by now Once