The return of much loved acts after a long absence can bring with it mixed emotions; if there are line up changes the immediate question is what will the band sound like after so long away; will they be able to pick up where they left off and of course are they here to stay.
“This EP was recorded a long time ago and sat around collecting dust unfortunately. Please enjoy and feel free to share“. Created by guitarist Rob Marton (No One Knows What the Dead Think, ex-Discordance Axis) and bassist vocalist Chris Gennaro (Grone, ex-Suiciety), “Laborious” is the debut offering from a project they’re calling Gangora. Hailing from
As 14th September 1989 marked the inception of Nottingham Industrial Metallers Pitchshifter, we’ve decided to take a trip down the yellow brick road otherwise known as memory for a Skull Crusher coffee sponsored throwback. We’re going all the way back to their debut 7″ called “Death Industrial” for the brutal “Bastardiser“. Back then the band
Between Nine Inch Nails 1989 debut album “Pretty Hate Machine” and 1994’s highly influential “The Downward Spiral” were a pair of EPs entitled “Broken” and “Fixed” which sowed the seeds that would become that sophomore record. The first of those, “Broken” saw something of a style shift from essentially darkwave gothic 80’s inspired synth pop
Last month we had the pleasure of reviewing double “A” side single “Shame” as Watford duo Jumpman prepared to unleash a new EP on an unsuspecting World. An experimental hardcore duo of Eliot Foster on Lead vocals and guitar Tom Cole on guitar who we lovingly call a “Nintendocore” band with a broad range of
We first caught a glimpse of what Jumpman, an experimental hardcore duo of Eliot Foster on Lead vocals and guitar Tom Cole on guitar who like to blend hardcore punk, tech-metal and 8-bit chiptune synths, when they played a show in support of Faces of Eve at Reading Facebar last August. We called them a
Formed in Geneva Switzerland, Montecharge are a quartet with passion for heavy music with Vocalist Quentin Bocquel is joined by David Gerber who handles synthesizers and noise machines, drummer Edward Hay and guitarist Wladislas Marian. While “Demons of Someone Else” is their debut album, they have been releasing material and playing live together for almost
The second in a trilogy and promising to offer a more riff-heavy affair then its predecessor while keeping hold of the electronic influences, “Transmission II” is the work of Enigmatical. Hailing from Stockholm, Sweden the band are comprised of multi instrumentalist The Entity who handles guitars, bass, keyboards, samples and programming alongside vocalist Simon Chttln.
We’ve promoted this show, the last of the Weaponry August run and the middle one of trio of co-headlining shows for Faces of Eve and Values about as much as we could have in advance of tonight. The Facebar in Reading is where it’s at and it should need no introductions so without further ado and
It wasn’t 1st April when Harms Way released their “Post Human” remix EP “PSTHMN” that features four reimagined versions including “Call My Name” done by Justin Broadrick of Godflesh fame. It was 19th and it’s available over at bandcamp. While we’re checking that out, the band have announced a duo of UK shows on a