Fresh from playing the Download Festival pilot event, Gloom Metal pioneers Lotus Eater sat down with Knotfest in not one but two separate interviews to discuss the bands upcoming new album “Where The Body Goes“, working with Bring Me The Horizon frontman Oli Sykes and the tour that they have set to take the United
They may not have been on the stage (and they damn well should have been!) But Weaponry still managed to drag their carcasses to the Download Festival pilot event last weekend. They witnessed some of the cream of the crop of other UK talent not get paid for full sets, including Death Blooms and Creeper while
On the eve of their headlining appearance at the Download Festival pilot event, Welsh Metallers Bullet For My Valentine have announced a self titled album will make an appearance on 22nd October with a stunning new single called “Knives“. Accompanying that news comes the announcement of a headlining tour with special guests yet to be
Hats off to William Maranci, who has proved his wizardary with this piece of brilliance. He’s created a mash up of “Unsainted” by Slipknot and “Soldier” by Eminem that sounds like a solid remix of the former with Eminem’s vocals on it. But that’s not all. He’s taken Corey Taylor and companies performance at Download
Performing at Download Festival is something Toska guitarist Rabea Massaad classes as the best gig that his band have ever played. We were lucky enough to see them at the first incarnation of Radar Festival and the progressive trio were on fire. By the Silos. Here’s “Congress” from their Download set.