Tag: God Forbid

Bootleg: God Forbid in New York!

Another old school bootleg saved from the fire by digitization, restoration and online preservation? Why not? In the absence of any shows, a few nostalgic sets are like a hot cup of coffee from a hot coffee cup. How about 30th December 2001 at the West Babylon American Legion Hall in West Babylon, New York?

Under The Influence #40: Manalyth on “Ghost Reveries” by Opeth!

August 2005 saw Swedish Progressive Death Metallers Opeth make their major label debut with Roadrunner Records. They did so with their eighth studio album “Ghost Reveries“, produced by Jens Bogren (Sepultura, God Forbid, At The Gates) and saw just one promotional single in “The Grand Conjuration“. For the music video for the track saw it cut

Throwback: “Better Days” by God Forbid!

The recent clutch of bands getting back together after calling it a night has led to a fair amount of speculation and when former God Forbid guitarist Doc Coyle, who is now enjoying success in Bad Wolves was asked about the possibility he said “I’ve [got] low confidence in how many give a s*** to

Bootleg: Merauder in Kawasaki Japan!

Brooklyn New York Hardcore crew Merauder may have just a single original member in the band but in frontman Jorge Rosado they have someone who knows what time it is. If you want to talk about influence, they’ve been covered by Hatebreed, Heaven Shall Burn, God Forbid and even Twitching Tongues. Pro-Shot on 21th September on

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT. Zombie Edition#2

In a first for the Vs Tuesday series, were going to pit a cover from one of our review requesters against… a more commercial offering. The song itself should need no introduction. A couple of weeks back Northern Irish Black Metal solo project Dratna released this cover of “Zombie” by The Cranberries in tribute to

NEWS: Bad Wolves play “Zombie” in June!

Bad Wolves have added a pair of shoes to their previously announced European tour to include a pair of shows to lead into their appearance at this year’s incarnation of Download Festival. The band, who feature former Divine Heresy frontman Tommy Vext and former God Forbid guitarist Doc Couple in their ranks will play those