Tag: Groundculture

Listmania: Metal Noise Top #5 Most Disappointing Albums of 2020!

Before we look forward to 2021 with “Underground Metal Bands To Watch” and “Most Anticipated Releases” entries in our Listmania Awards Season, we have to touch on the most disappointing albums of 2020. These are records which we were excited about based on the bands previous output and pre-release singles which then… fell flat when

Playthrough: “Force Your Way” from Kill The Lights!

Taking a minute to do something a bit different, Threat Signal and Kill The Lights guitarist Travis Montgomery has recorded a playthrough video for “Force Your Way“, a Boss Theme from Japanese anthology science fiction game Final Fantasy VIII. The band themselves have album “The Sinner” out now via Fearless Records with a full UK

Documentary: Tour Tips from Kill The Lights!

They might not have been able to tour their debut album “The Sinner” as yet, but supergroup Kill The Lights are comprised from a collection of seasoned veterans with members and former members of Bullet For My Valentine, Threat Signal, Throw The Fight and Still Remains in their ranks, so when they’re giving their tour

NEWS: Kill The Lights & GroundCulture team up for March 2021 shows!

GroundCulture have been announced as main support for supergroup Kill The Lights as they have set March 2021 for a string of UK shows. Kill The Lights, a group how are comprised of members and former members of Threat Signal, Still Remains, Bullet For My Valentine and Throw The Fight will be releasing “The Sinner”

Riff Police! Pull Over! #107: GroundCulture Vs Spineshank!

When it comes to riffs, some just stick in your head. It’s an essential component of what makes a song catchy and memorable. Back in 2003, the third studio album “Self Destructive Pattern” from Los Angeles Californian Industrial Metal band Spineshank was lead by a single that somehow wound up getting nominated in the ‘Best

NEWS: GroundCulture have “Blue Minds”!

Heavily investing in “How Well Do You Really Know Yourself?“, GroundCulture have cycled back around with another music video. This time it’s “Blue Minds” that gets the full treatment with cut sections from live performances. The Newcastle quintet must be eager to get out on the road having had a push from Hopeless Records.

Riff Police! Pull Over! #105: GroundCulture Vs Prong!

Often a band becomes known for that one record that stands head and shoulders above the rest, not necessarily because it was better than any other and sometimes just because it got more attention, radio picked up a song or it got an impressive music video or it was just the right place at the

Review: “How Well Do You Really Know Yourself?” By GroundCulture

Considering themselves to be five segments of the same vision, one culture cursed by a disconnect inside the fabric of their conscious mind, with their backs against the wall, they seek to inspire change through connection. That’s the mission statement of GroundCulture, a five piece Melodic Hardcore act from Newcastle upon Tyne who love to

NEWS: GroundCulture go to Germany?

No Berlin jokes please. Directed by Lewis Dodds, Newcastle upon Tyne quintet GroundCulture have issued a visual warning for “Take My Breath Away“. The song will appear on their upcoming 1st May releasing album “How Well Do You Really Know Yourself?” that will be surfacing via Hopeless Records with pre-orders available here

NEWS: GroundCulture learn from Trauma!

Hopeless Records signings GroundCulture have shared another offering from their upcoming 1st May slated “How Well Do You Really Know Yourself?“. Entitled “Trauma Can Teach” the message of the lyrics and sentimental meaning flows deep within the band as each member has suffered in their own way through the loss of loved ones as they