A new compilation album, the brainchild of Derange vocalist Cat Pereira has been released today via bandcamp. She began by reaching out to bands throughout the metal world and was met with a deluge of bands wanting to offer their art and music for free, and show they won’t put up with this shameful situation
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Mixed and mastered by Meyrick De La Fuente (Exist Immortal, Godeater, Derange and Vexed) of Floodgate Audio, Edinburgh-based Progressive Metallers Tiberius have announced the release date of their upcoming debut album. Having seen their touring plans scuppered, they’ve set 26th June for “A Peaceful Annhilation” with October’s Radar Festival being a fine opportunity to see
London Tech infused Alternative Metallers Derange have announced that they’ll be going on tour this May with Exist Immortal* and Sertraline** to celebrate the release of the second part of their “Senses” series. Expect more support bands to be announced very soon and if you haven’t already, check out our exclusive interview with them about “Senses
London Progressive Metalcore quintet Exist Immortal have announced that new music is on the way alongside a June co-headlining Southern run with Black Orchid Empire. But hold your horses! They also have a pair of shows in April with Defenses! So if you can’t wait until the summer… 3th Bournemouth, The Anvil 4th London, 229 The
Exist Immortal have announced a UK headlining run in Feburary with special guests Familiar Spirit as main support up until the last two shows which will see Derange take over in Brighton and London. Having not released anything new since 2016, 20th November saw London’s Primordial Records signings release a brand new single entitled “Satellites”.
In the week that saw Bristol Progressive Tech-Metallers Valis Ablaze [5/10] announce upcoming new album “Boundless” and new single “Paradox”, a show in support of SikTh should be what the Doctor ordered. The band take the stage without fanfare or any introduction and deliver a set of material that builds ever so slowly across longer track
Announing all an Tech-Metal lineup, Exist Immortal and Valis Ablaze have been added to SikTh‘s previously confirmed UK dates around Complexity Festival. Their current album “The Future In Whose Eyes?” is out now. 21st Reading, Sub89 22nd Tunbridge Wells, The Forum
Bohemian Grove and Valis Ablaze have announced a 4 date February run together; 8th – Cheltenham, Frog & Fiddle 9th – Bournemouth, Anvil Rockbar 10th – Torquay, The Apple & Parrott 11th – Bridgewater, The Cobblestones Preceding that, Valis Ablaze will support Exist Immortal at The Black Heart in London on 27th January.