Tag: Hacktivist

NEWS: Terra IV in paradise city?

Borrowing a line from a Coolio classic, Terra IV have premiered a new single titled “Gangsters“, which they’re calling “A direct response and retaliation to the box in which the powers at the top try to keep us in. It’s time for the voices of the unheard to be heard and the people in the

NEWS: Youthlies return with “Navigate”!

Formerly known as Eyes Of Mutiny, Surrey Alternative Metal act Youthlies have released their second single of 2022 in “Navigate“, a cut for which Hacktivist vocalist J. Hurley lends his throat. He’s been chalking up the guest vocal appearances of late having joined both Dropout Kings and The Final Clause of Tacitus on singles “I Ain’t Depressed”

Live Review: Radar Festival 2022 Day #3 (Sunday)!

The third and final day of the extended second incarnation of Radar Festival begins with the journey to the Casino Night Club in Guildford, for which we have the pleasures of a playlist that features some classic Metal tracks from the past 20 odd years including works by American Head Charge, God Forbid and Deftones.

Live Review: Tech-Fest: Day #2: Friday!

Ignore talk about Friday being the first day proper of Tech-Fest because there were capacity crowds for Deathcore brutes Bound In Fear and Progressive Metal masters Exist Immortal last night. This morning starts of painfully early because having been a freezing cold night in Newark, come the morning it’s roasting hot in the tent. Still, a

Playthrough: “Armoured Core” from Hacktivist!

…with five shows in May and UK Tech-Fest this summer Milton Keynes DJentlemen Hacktivist have begun a series of playthrough videos for the singles from their sophomore album “Hyperdialect“. Drummer Rich Hawking is the man on the mission and has gone with “Amoured Core” with audio recorded and mixed by Conor Kearney at Colibri Audio…

NEWS: Hacktivist to resume operations in May!

The pencil, pistol, official, Sixteen-line, a rhyme missile assault of Milton Keynes DJentlemen Hacktivist will be returning the stage in May having had the medical approval for Jot Maxi to perform having recovered fully from a snapped pelvis sustained during Parkour. There have however been a couple of alterations to the “Hyperdialect” tour with Bristol