The forth installment of our Black Map of the UK Underground Metal Scene for 2020 sees us head from Glasgow and Fatal Collision to Sheffield. Formed in late 2015, Arkdown have been heralded as “Steel City Riff Beasts” with a sound floating between Modern Metalcore and Deathcore they are proud to be endorsed by Fireball
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Drewsif Stalin has also premiered a new track today. Entitled “Never After” it comes accompanied by a lyric video and follows up previous album “Anhedonia” in fine fashion!
Interestingly, despite the album “Anhedonia” being released in 2017, Drewsif Stalin has released a music video for “Overcome”. Having toured with Rest Repose and laid down a guest spot for Valis Ablaze in 2018, it’s been a busy year for the Baltimore Maryland Engineer and Musician.
Drewsif Stalin‘s Musical Endeavours, Pro-Shot full set at The Foundary Concert Club in Lakewood Ohio on 20th June. 30 minutes of progressive metal at its finest from Baltimore Maryland. 2017’s “Anhedonia” is available over at bandcamp.
Tony Cappocchi, bassist in Rest, Repose spoke to Digital Tour Bus as part of their long running Gear Masters series. Talking all things bass and the bands self-titled full length, the recording took place on the recently completed The American Safari Tour with Drewsif Stalin and Home Team.
In the Fearless Records offices there is someone who’s laughing hard about the phoneominon they accidentally created with their long running “Punk Goes Pop” series. It started out as just a thing and then evolved into Metal Goes Pop and now everyone who’s anyone has put out a cover in that style. One YouTube search
April Fools day. Good until Midday. Kmac 2021 and Drewsif of Drewsif Stalin fame have combined to drop this April Fools Meme cover of Disturbed‘s highly successful single “Sound of Silence”, itself a cover of Simon & Garfunkel from 1964. If you don’t get the joke, you haven’t been paying attention. Drewsif Stalin’s album “Anhedonia”
Baltimore, Maryland Multi-Instrumental, progressive metal and soundscape master Drewsif Stalin has dropped a surprise cover of Kablai Khan’s “Nomad” album intro “Antpile”. The song is a test of the tone offering from the Joey Sturgis Toneforge Guilty Pleasure amp sim. Drewsif Stalin’s latest offering “Anhedonia” is out now via bandcamp.