They say that sooner or later all good things must come to an end so breaking with tradition we pay tribute to North Carolina residents Valleys as they call time on their career in Metalcore and go their separate ways. As a band they never had it easy and often luck was as as thin
Celebrating the second anniversary of their album “Fearless“, Valleys vocalist Jayson Mitchell has shared a stunning acoustic rendition of “Rainmaker“, the irony of which won’t be lost on anyone who has heard the album itself as it’s one of the heaviest cuts on it with some moments that border on Deathcore. The reimagined version is
It appears from a few cryptic social media posts that Raleigh North Carolina’s Valleys may have called time on their career on the same day that their label Tragic Hero Records premiered a music video for “Moon Child” from their highly impressive sophomore album “Fearless“. That would be quite the irony but given the history
Seven string pair RJ Riggle and Will Shoe from North Carolina quintet Valleys racked up the Orange gear for a guitar plaything of “Rainmaker” from their fine Tragic Hero Records album “Fearless“. We reviewed that one when it appeared back in October, feel free to check it out. You can order a physical copy and
Out tomorrow is “Fearless”, an album from Raleigh North Carolina Metalcore quintet VALLEYS. It’s one we reviewed earlier this week and it’s so good that it’s a contender for the top 5 albums of 2020 that will appear between Christmas and New Year. No joke. If you thought “Dark Flag” by Phinehas was a decent
There is back story to the career of North Carolina Metalcore quintet VALLEYS that is tale of tragedy and the strength to overcome. For those not familiar with the story, a week before the band released their debut “Experiment One: Asylum” in 2016, their vocalist Mikey Clement suddenly passed away in a horrific car crash.
The tick down to North Carolina Metalcore heroes Valleys album “Fearless” on 11th October has gained pace with the arrive of a stream of “Moon Child” via Tragic Hero Records! They’ll be taking the stage at The Death In Me farewell show alongside Take Heart and Infirma the day after it drops!
Valleys guitarist duo RJ Riggle and Will Shoe have recorded a guitar playthrough video for recent single “Opiate” that takes on the heartbreaking tale of drug addiction leading to overdose. The song appears on the bands upcoming 11th October release “Fearless” via Tragic Hero Records.
It’s going to feel pretty darn good for Valleys when “Fearless” finally gets shared with the masses in a months time on 11th October. Fortunately not a Tool cover, “Opiate” is streaming now via Tragic Hero Records. It’s the third single from the album and is about the addiction and frustration of being stuck in
Joined by Garrett Russell of Silent Planet, for the first single from their forthcoming 11th October releasing sophomore album “Fearless”, Valleys have shown what they have to offer with “Fragile Minds”. The band comment: “This song is about a vision that we share: longing for a world full of love where we can set aside