Tag: Good Fight Music

Review: “The Relationship Between the Hammer and the Nail” by Ether Coven

Born from lengthy conversations on the road about New Orleans Sludge Metal bands, Ether Coven became an outlet for brooding riffs and frayed emotions that has steadily evolved over the past seven years and three albums. Their fourth, “The Relationship Between the Hammer and the Nail” finds vocalist and guitarist Peter Kowlasky joined by his Remembering

NEWS: Ether Coven find catharsis in Psalm of Cancer?

Good Fight Music have announced the signing of Ether Coven, a band that includes in their ranks members of Remembering Never, with album “The Relationship Between the Hammer and the Nail” set for 5th August. On opener and lead single “Psalm of Cancer” the band are joined by Integrity vocalist Dwid Hellion and Pain Ritual

Interview: Foreign Pain talk “Death Of Divinity”!

In this new interview with Knotfest, Aaron Brooks, Andrew Doyle and Shawn Skadburg of Metallic Hardcore crew Foreign Pain look back over the five years it’s taken them to create their debut album “Death Of Divinity” which is out now via Good Fight Music. Also up for discussion is how they express personal subject matter

NEWS: Foreign Pain head “South Of Life”!

There has been no escaping Foreign Pain this week in the build up to the release of their debut album “Death Of Divinity” via Good Fight Records with the band unveiling a trio of inside the lyrics videos and so it should come as no surprise that the band who feature in their ranks former

Documentary: “Holy Order” from Foreign Pain!

Shot, directed, and edited by Shawn Skadburg and with accompanying audio recorded, mixed and scored by Aaron Brooks (ex-The Ghost Inside), the third and final piece of the  behind the lyrics puzzle from Foreign Pain vocalist Andrew Doyle has arrived with just one day to go before the bands debut album “Death Of Divinity” does

Documentary: “I Thought It Was Me” from Foreign Pain!

The second part of a trio of behind the lyrics videos from Los Angeles Californian Metallic Hardcore act Foreign Pain has landed with Andrew Doyle going in deep on “I Thought It Was Me” and accompanying it, a score by guitarist Aaron Brooks, formerly of The Ghost Inside. The track is on the bands five

Review: “Death Of Divinity” by Foreign Pain

As everyone knows, they say that good things come to those who wait and for Los Angeles Californian Metallic Hardcore quintet Foreign Pain, a band who have spend five years writing their debut album since forming in 2016, the question is, has it been worth it? As a record, it is said to explore themes

Documentary: “Blood Oath” from Foreign Pain!

Los Angeles Californian Metallic Hardcore act Foreign Pain have continued the countdown to their debut album “Death of Divinity” with the first of a three part documentary series breaking down the lyrics of a collection of tracks. The first sees vocalist Andrew Doyle discuss “Blood Oath” with a soundtrack provided by guitarist Aaron Brooks who

Bootleg: Foreign Pain at Chain Reaction!

As 3rd September will see the five years in the making “Death Of Divinity” from Los Angeles Californian Metallic Hardcore crew Foreign Pain, now seems like as good a time as any to set the date to 10th October 2017 and fire up the flux capacitor. The destination is the iconic Chain Reaction in Anaheim