Featuring a guest appearance from Alex Khoroshevsky of Stigma behind the kit, the Masha “Jesus” Balyasova fronted Groove Metal Feelament have shared a live in the studio rendition of recent single “Just Distrust Remains“. The band, a collection of musicians who are scattered across Ukraine, Russia and Belarus are an international offering looking to build on
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…with Members in Ukraine, Russia and Belarus and considering themselves international, it must be a challenging time for Feelament who have premiered an animated music by video for “Just Distrust Remains” as their first single of 2022. Fronted by Masha “Jesus” Balyasova, the Groove Metal act have been around since 2015 and after the success of
There are big singles and there is “Dig” by Mudvayne. Arguably the heaviest and most ferocious cut in the bands collection it took Nu-Metal to new heights of heavy when it landed like a right hook from Mike Tyson in the year 2000 and remains a track that the band are synonymous with. Like “Blind”
After two new singles in 2021 in “DNA” and a cover of “Dig” by Mudvayne, Russian, Belarusian and Ukrainian female fronted Groove Metallers act Feelament have got into their Delorian, hit 88 miles per hour and gone back to 2018 for a new lyric video for “Incurable Disease” from their debut album “Hate Delivery” but
After a little bit of a social media teasing campaign, the era of “Hate Delivery” has come to an end with “DNA (Propaganda)” a remotely recorded brand new single from the multinational Feelament. Members hail from Ukraine, Belarus and Russia and they have created something that touches on subjects of interacial and interethnic strife as
Who doesn’t love Star Wars? Who doesn’t love some opportunistic meme creation? Russian female fronted Groove Metallers Feelament have injected one of their songs into this Star Wars clip in hilarious good taste! You can pick up their excellent 2018 full length “Hate Delivery” over at bandcamp and by all means check out our review!
Masha “Jesus” Balyasova, vocalist of Russian Groove Metallers Feelament has recorded an FAQ about the bands upcoming movements including touring plans. The video comes after the band released a new Dmitry Morsus directed music video for their song “Trapped” from current album “Hate Delivery“. Interestingly the band commented: “The song is about how it hurts
Promising new material in 2020, Russian Groove Metallers Feelament have used a bass playthrough video from Wally Yuchkevich to show some of that off. Their 2018 offering “Hate Delivery” was one we reviewed earlier this year so check it out. It’s available over at bandcamp here. And yes, he’s tattooed his face.
An album that caught us by surprise this year with unexpected quality was “Hate Delivery” from Feelament. It was actually released in March 2018 but the Russian Groove Metallers aren’t done with it yet, popping a music video for “Trapped” just in time for Christmas. You can get the album over at bandcamp if you
Russian Groove Metallers Feelament joined a long line of bands covering pioneering Metal Masters Pantera with this version of the classic “Walk”. It was filmed by Jan Vervaeke in Belgium in 2018. If you haven’t heard it, check out our review of their latest offering “Hate Delivery”.