Tag: Disturbed

Review: “Kill The Bliss” by Benevolent Like Quietus

Hailing from the cold, dark winter nights of Calgary, Canada Benevolent Like Quietus promise to bring forth a bounty of brooding, Goth Rock-influenced Melodic Metal. Each song starts with Ryan Spencer (drums) who writes the music on guitar and together with Daniel Louden (vocals) put together the basic guitar and vocal structures before being worked

Under The Influence #27: Enquire Within on “Scars” by Soil!

Starting out in Chicago Illinois in 1997, Soil had to wait four years before their fans could sink their teeth into their major label debut album “Scars“. Heavily influenced by the Grunge era and the likes of Alice In Chains and also classic Rock, they were seen by J Records as being the next Staind

Review: “Garden Of Starvation” by Man’n Sin

Founded in 2015 around the area of Rennes in France, Man’n Sin quickly found there own musical path between Groove Metal, Thrash, Hardcore and even Progressive Metal as the quintet took influence from (early) Machine Head, Pantera and Lamb Of God before they began their musical journey on stage, playing dozens of gigs in Europe and

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! A-ha.

The 80’s pop cover was turned into a staple of the Nu-Metal era with almost every band landing at least one, Dope with “You Spin Me Right Round” by Dead or Alive, Disturbed with “Shout” by Fears For Fears and of course Limp Bizkit with “Faith” by George Michael to name but three. One classic

NEWS: Download Festival 2020 first line-up announcement!

Download: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the Festival going masses. Their mission: to explore strange new Sounds. To seek out new Metal from new bands. To boldly go where no Metalhead has gone before! It might be 11 months away but the organizers of Download Festival have announced a first wave of

Review: “Siren” by Blackstar Halo

Blackstar Halo released their debut album “Illuminated” in 2010, having been together under a different name for a decade. The album was pre-released nationwide in then prominent film rental chain ”Filmtown” along with a music video for the title track made by Energia productions and Obscure entertainment who created Star Wreck and Iron Sky. Fast

Review: “Dark Tranquillity” by Threering

A duo hailing from Las Vegas Nevada, Threering have been creating music together in various other bands since the early 1990’s before releasing their first album in 2015. Now onto their fourth release in “Dark Tranquillity” they wear their influences on their sleeves and we’re lucky enough to record the debut “Diagram for Self Destruction”

NEWS: Shvpes October Pair!

Having already toured the living daylights out of “Greater Than” including shows in the US and in Europe with Disturbed, October will see a pair of shows from Shvpes back home. Support is still to be announced but judging by some of the recent quality of those they have brought out, there should be no

Review: “Repent” by Traitors

373 days. That’s 12 months and 8 days. That’s how long it’s been since the highly influential Tampa Florida natives Traitors dropped their last album “Anger Issues”. Having laid the band to rest with a farewell tour and then announced their return just 5 months later, the smart money seemed to be on the band