Tag: Eighteen Visions

Review: “Inferno” by Eighteen Visions

Shrouded in mystery, Eighteen Visions have released their first new material since their 2017 Rise Records comeback album ‘XVIII’. A self release and a concept record inspired by Italian poet Dante Alighieri‘s 14th century masterwork The Divine Comedy, it has surfaced without fanfare; the only inkling of its appearance prior to it’s release being a soundcloud stream

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! March of the Pigs.

When it comes down to classic albums, “The Downward Spiral” by Nine Inch Nails is an Industrial Metal masterpiece. Just ask Kissing Candice bassist Mike Grippo, who spoke to us about the album for Under The Influence #31 back in January. The album itself stepped away from the synth pop influenced “Pretty Hate Machine” and

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: “Self Titled” EP by Watch Me Die

Mixed and Mastered by Adam Rodgers and sporting a log from former xServitudex guitarist Ben Brodie, the self titled debut EP from London Straight Edge Hardcore crew Watch Me Die appeared back in January and led to their appearance at this summer’s second incarnation of Upsurge Festival. So having witnessed their set, complete with a

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Happy?

…with each and every passing year their are rumours of much loved bands getting back together for a show or an album or more and sometimes it happens, like in the case of Eighteen Visions who not only came back but did so in style. But more often than not, with various members having either

Documentary: Stick To Your Guns in Bus Invaders!

The Digital Tour Bus cameras were rolling outside The Bottom Lounge in Chicago Illinois once more for the arrival of the Pure Noise Records Tour. Filmed on 25th July, Stick To Your Guns tour bus got invaded and guitarist Josh James (Eighteen Visions, ex-Evergreen Terrace) was forced to produce ID. Why? Because he’s grown a

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Marilyn Manson.

Taking its name from the 1967 book of the same name by Marilyn Bender which opened the doors to the World on the Jet-set lifestyle of the 1960s and the culture of beauty, fashion and politics, “The Beautiful People” is arguably one of Marilyn Manson’s finest moments. Appearing on the bands 1996 album “Antichrist Superstar”

NEWS: “Dove And Fist” from Stick To Your Guns!

A couple of pictures have emerged of Eighteen Visions apparently in the studio so with Stick To Your Guns on the Pure Noise Records Tour over the next few months what that means for Guitarist Josh James involvement is up for debate. One thing is for sure though. Stick To Your Guns have started streaming