Tag: Dillinger Escape Plan

Review: “You Were Born To Die A Sinful Lamb” by PissPoor

A year after their debut “A Multitude of Minds in a Sole Host“, a record that formed an insight into Schizophrenia, Lubbock Texas based Metallic Hardcore quartet PissPoor  (Jaden Wells, Duncan Newey, Pete Guajardo and Thad Sisneros) have announced their signing to Good Junkie Records for the follow up. Entitled You Were Born To Due

The 12 Days of Christmas #3: “Power Of The Damager” by Prong!

The festivity of the twelve days of Christmas runs from 25th December to 5th January, based on an English Christmas Carol that sees a lover give gifts cumulatively over the Christmas season starting with Christmas Day. Originally published in 1780, it’s probably French in origin, Skull Island has been conquered many times in it’s rich

Bootleg: Suicidal Tendencies in Brazil!

“They stuck me in an institution, Said it was the only solution, To give me the needed professional help, To protect me from the enemy, myself” – Yes, you’ve guessed it, our favourite Suicidal Tendencies track is “Institutionalized”! Here’s a full set from the Crossover Kings on 8th December at Sao Bernardo de Campo in

Throwback: “Unleash” from Soulfly!

A couple of weeks back, Kerrang Magazine published an article detailing 13 of their favourite guest vocal appearances plus the entire “Irony Is A Dead Scene” EP from Dillinger Escape Plan fronted by Mike Patton, which got us thinking about some of our personal favourites. The guest appearance is such a regular thing now that

Review: “Fracture/Decompose” by Cutting Teeth

Leeds quartet Cutting Teeth aka James Thurlby, Jono Roberts, Nathan Euington and Adam Jones have been making waves of late with single “Diathesis” hitting 13k worth of YouTube streams in a month at the time this review was written. They come from a city with a number of emerging talents and follow hot on the

Review: “Empty Ends” by AFAR

Founded in the Summer of 2017 around the area of Strasbourg France by members of Djinn, Peace Me Off and PIEDBOUCHE, Melodic Hardcore quintet AFAR released their debut EP ‘No Landmark In The Void’ after a year of finding their sound. After shows all around their native French territory, they got back into the practice room

Review: “The Door” by Messora

Originally starting out as a solo project in 2016, Messora evolved into a genre shifting Progressive Death Metal quartet with vocalist and guitarist Zach Dean joined by guitarist James Cabral, drummer Joey Lariviere and bassist Ben Bertand in their native Montréal Québec Canada. A montage of Death Metal, Thrash, Progressive and even Doom are mixed

Under The Influence #17: Alienator on “Houdini” by Melvins!

“Houdini” marked the major label debut for Melvins in 1993 with Atlantic Records taking advantage of the fan base they had built up with their previous Boner Records independent release “Lysol” the year before. Commercially their biggest success and arguably their most accessible release, it is also an album that has a backstory associated with

Review: “Effigy” by Winterblind

Winterblind is an Antwerp Belgium based experimental progressive metal band. Formed sometime around 2006 by four edge-riddled teenagers wanting to play black metal, for some reason the band never broke up and now consists of five hipsters in their late twenties trying to play music that they imagine makes them look smart. Following their debut

Live Review: Radar Festival Day #2: Saturday

If yesterday wasn’t enough then we’re back for day #2! As you might expect, members of many of the bands performing yesterday are here to watch the other sets with members of Harbinger, Arcaeon and Valis Ablaze all taking in sets on both days while former members of Fraktions, Break Fifty and Diablous are in