Tag: Earache Records

NEWS: Dissona confirm there is still life in Blade Runner…

Set for a 10th November drop via Earache Distribution, a Blade Runner based concept EP titled “Dreadfully Distinct” is on the way from Chicago Progressive Metal collective Dissona. Known for their diverse, imaginative sound and dramatic approach to music that often finds them creating robust yet intricate compositions with thought-provoking, often abstract lyrical content, this

NEWS: Survivalist suffer no guilt!

Pushing both their boundaries and ours, Belfast Groove Metal act Survivalist have shared their second single of the year in “Greater Negative“, the follow up to the well received “Vision Of Violence“. Not only does it continue their partnership with Earache Digital Distribution but also with Josh Robinson of JSR Studios, (Archives, Neon Empire, Dream Awake)

Throwback: “Scars Of The Crucifix” by Deicide!

If you believe The Guardian, Deicide (named so after the act of killing a God or Deity) had their cut “F*** Your God” used heavily as a torture method for detainees in Iraq by being piped into their bunks to induce sleep deprivation after it appeared on the Florida Death Metallers 2004 album “Scars of

Riff Police! Pull Over! #57: Decapitated Vs Gojiria!

“Nihility”, the second album from Polish Technical Death Metallers Decapitated dropped back in 2002 with one of its highlights being single “Spheres of Madness”, although those lucky enough to be in Germany had the opportunity to pick up a digipack version with a cover of “Suffer the Children” by Napalm Death gracing it. Blending the

NEWS: Huggard Cat tour in June!

As Metal Hammer Magazine readers will know, 50% of London’s infamously destructive and volatile underground hardcore band Heck have re-surfaced in a new band. Haggard Cat features Drummer Tom Marsh and vocalist and guitarist Matt Reynolds and will be touring the UK for the first time with support from Patrons in June. Huggard Cat’s debut

The Black Map #6 Iron Monkey from Nottingham!

15 years after the death of original frontman Johnny Morrow in 2002, Nottingham’s legendary sludge metallers Iron Monkey returned to the fray in 2017 as a trio. Orignally formed in 1994 from members of other bands as a side project, the band recorded and released a self titled EP at saw re-issue via Earache Records