Tag: Eternal Forward Motion

NEWS: Employed To Serve. May. Conquering.

Maintaining that conquering eternal forward motion [Oh My Godzilla ~ Ed] Employed To Serve have announced a run of May shows¬† with Burner as main support and Zetra appearing on select dates, hinted at on social media shortly after the announcement that their current album has been nominated in the¬† “Best Album Artwork” for this

NEWS: Employed To Serve. Conquer. United Kingdom.

Ahead of their huge summer tour with Gojira and Alien Weaponry that will see the bands trek across Europe on the biggest of stages, Employed To Serve have announced a run of intimate shows in support of their new album “Conquering“. They’ll be playing venues that they haven’t performed at for at least five years

NEWS: Employed To Serve take to the grave!

Recorded in the unforgiving winter of discontent that was 2020, the third album from Employed To Serve is set to drop on 17th September 2021 via Spinefarm Records before the band embark on a European tour trek with Alien Weaponry and Gojira in January. Continuing the build up to one of the most highly anticipated

NEWS: Employed To Serve conquer to exist!

It only seems like yesterday that we were at the release show for “Eternal Forward Motion” at The Highbury Garage in London but with the arrival of new single “Exist” from Employed To Serve comes the news of the follow up. 17th September will see “Conquering” land via Spinefarm Records, Produced and Mixed by Lewis

NEWS: The party ain’t over for Employed To Serve!

The dust may not have settled on “Eternal Forward Motion” but Employed To Serve have already returned to the studio. Recording with Lewis Johns at The Ranch Production House in Southampton the result is “Party’s Over“. The song has been given a limited edition vinyl run with the bands relived version of “Harsh Truth” featuring

NEWS: Employed To Serve help Ashnikko cry?

Taking the term “Cuts from the Crypt” literally, Employed to Serve have helped Ashnikko turn her song “Cry” in a Metal track. To be fair to Ashnikko she gets in on the action, adding her fair share of unclean vocals to the track so rather than a hybrid theory, it’s a full on cut. Maybe

Playthrough: Full Set from Employed To Serve!

The headlining tour for “Eternal Forward Motion“, the third studio record from Employed To Serve was one that took place just before lockdown with Palm Reader and Cruelty joining in the fun. Here’s dedicated drum cam footage of Casey McHale from the Cathouse, Glasgow stop of the run on 10th March. Having been lucky enough

Spotlight: Independent venues need HELP!

Talking of charity, here on Skull Island there are struggling independent venues who are in need of a helping hand. A cause supported by Holy Roar Records and Employed To Serve, there is a crowdfunding campaign underway to help them out here. After all, no venues = no live shows = less bands = everything

Bootleg: Employed To Serve in Glasgow!

Be warned. This pro-shot full set from Employed To Serve features heavy use of caustic vocals, brutal guitars and strobe lighting so if you’re sensitive, look away now. Third studio album “Eternal Forward Motion” has taken ETS to new heights as this set, filmed by David Tan, Kathryn McBride and Greg Hall at Glasgow Cathouse