Balancing his projects, Darkest Hour guitarist Mike Schleibaum plays through “Confessional” from his new Melodic Hardcore band Be Well in this latest video. Their debut record “The Weight And The Cost” appeared back in August 2020 via Equal Visions Records with the band featuring in their ranks Brian McTernan (producer for Converge, Turnstile and Circa
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After the success of their past couple of albums, new drop “Out Of Control” via Equal Visions Records has opened new doors for Tennessee Alabama residents Gideon. Bringing that famed Texas heat with influences in both Hardcore and 2000’s era Metalcore, they were filmed at Manchester Rebellion on 5th December supporting Stray From The Path.
Alabama Hardcore heavy hitters Gideon will be joining Stray From The Path upon our shores in December and bringing with them material from “Out Of Control” that is ticking in your basement like an unexploded WWII… You get the drift. That will be out 11th October via Equal Vision Records with single “Sleep” getting the
Alabama Hardcore wrecking ball Gideon will be occupying the space between Stray From The Path, Loathe and The Devil Wears Prada on stages across Europe later this year with new album “Out Of Control” appearing on 11th October via Equal Vision Records. First single “Take Me” is already out there in the bear filled wilderness
Alabama Hardcore wrecking ball Gideon have announced that 11th October will see their new album “Out Of Control” drop via Equal Vision Records! The pre-orders are available here and the first single “Take Me” has also emerged. All just in time for their shows in December with Stray From The Path, Loathe and The Devil
Releasing in 2013 via Equal Vision Records, “Perfect War Forever” is the second and at this point in time final outing from Richmond Virginia Metallers Glass Cloud. It came just over a year after the bands debut full length album “The Royal Thousand” and has the original line up of vocalist Jerry Rouch (ex-Of Mice
It’s time for us to turn back the hands of time and review an album from one of the lesser lights of heaven that we’ve talked about reviewing retrospectively for the entirety of the existence of Metal Noise. Released in 2012 “The Royal Thousand” by Hampton Virginia’s Glass Cloud is the one that got away.
Returning to the stage for the first time in 7 years at the Saint Vitus bar in Brooklyn, New York on 14th July, Metalcore heroes Hopesfall played a full set of classics alongside new songs from “Arbiter”. The bands 5th studio album was released via Equal Vision Records the day before, their first since 2007.