Tag: Diabolus

Documentary: “No Lasting Memories” #40 from Weaponry!

As No Lasting Memories reaches its 40th episode Weaponry go behind the scenes of their gig with Cage Fight and Diabolus at the Alton Lounge Bar. Sound checks, live performances, banter and meeting Metal Noise are all in this fun packed action adventure that really should have a slot on prime time TV. As the

Live Review: Cage Fight, Weaponry and Diabolus at Alton Lounge Bar!

The poster for tonight’s show may have the conjoined twins of Replacer frontman Barney Warner and Bound In Fear vocalist parading in their disguise as Greezercore side project Pintglass but at the 11th hour a couple of cases of the Great Plague in their camp means they are absent without leave. But as Freddy Mercury

NEWS: Diabolus feel the need, the need to feed…

Silence isn’t always golden but Hampshire Deathcore quartet Diabolus have had good reason to be just that as they’ve been busy working on the single to follow up Novembers “Razorbirth” without having had a live show to give it the red carpet treatment. The result of their efforts was announced just four days ago as

NEWS: Diabolus return for the “Razorbirth”!

Things had been quiet on the Diabolus front for a while. But then it’s always the quiet ones you need to watch out for and the Hampshire Deathcore quartet have returned after 2019’s single “Splintered” with a vicious little ditty called “Razorbirth” recorded, mixed and mastered at ACO Studios and accompanied by a lyric video

NEWS: Scolds go on a “Witch Hunt”!

Andover Hampshire Nu-Metalcore wrecking ball Scolds have released new single “Witch Hunt”. They may also sound familiar to some. Members of Diablous and I, The Mapmaker are in their ranks. If you like Varials, you’ll love this! More music and live shows coming this year?

Live Review: Loathe & Harbinger @ Sanctuary, Basingstoke 03/09/2017

Sanctuary in Basingstoke is the venue for the show, on a rainy Sunday evening. We arrive to Midlands Metalcore band Revealer‘s low key sound check, the band blast through the opening verse and chorus of a new song to check their levels. It’s been just over a year since their debut EP “Losing Sight” arrived and