Tag: Heavy Silence

Track Review: “The Narrow” ft. Josh Davies of Monasteries from Suffer!

After a pair of techtonic plate shifting EPs in 2019’s “Slerm” and 2020’s “Heavy Silence” Wolverhampton Beatdown Deathcore enthusiasts Suffer have set the date of 1st July for a highly anticipated debut full length album “The Sorrow we Sow, The Hatred we Know“. Produced by Myroslav Borys (Last Hounds, Confessions Of A Traitor) at Jigsaw

Bootleg: “The Cruelest Creation” from Suffer!

Having suffered more than their fair share of your cancellations Wolverhampton Beatdown Deathcore collective Suffer are finally on the road again and have a string of shows with everyone from Bound In Fear and Stitched to Old Wharf and Vendetta between now and the turn of the year. The first of those shows took place

NEWS: Suffer play Lorna Shore at “Death Portrait”!

Having seen their July shows with Bound In Fear washed away by the tide of restrictions remaining in place due to the Great Plague, Deathcore quintet Suffer have had a little time to reflect on their situation. God Forbid that Lorna Shore should need yet another vocalist but should Will Ramos happen to have any

Documentary: Behind The Scenes of “Devour” by Suffer!

The single that followed their brutally good EP “Heavy Silence” is “Devour” and sees Suffer at the top of their game. The Black Country Beatdown Deathcore act have given us a look into the filming of the music video for the cut and a hilarious blooper reel to go with it. We’re hoping that their

Listmania: Metal Noise Spotify Wrapped 2020!

That’s right, it’s that time of year folks! Spotify Wrapped has given us the top 20 tunes we listened to in 2020, so rather than share the full list, we’re going to do what we did in 2019 and hit you with 5 of those records which we listened to the most in 2020. Just

NEWS: Suffer and Old Wharf join forces in March 2021!

UK Deathcore titans Suffer and Old Wharf will be sharing a trio of stages over a long weekend in March 2021. Both bands hail from Wolverhampton and will be making the trek with a wealth of material between them. In the current climate these could actually be the first shows that Suffer get to perform

NEWS: Suffer premier “Gasman” lyric video!

If you missed “Heavy Silence“, the sophomore EP from Wolverhampton Beatdown Deathcome mob Suffer February, then let us tell you – you missed out. But fear not, it’s out there in all the best places, including bandcamp where they also have a wide range of fine merch on offer, including some “Mosh” shorts. Here’s a

Review: “Heavy Silence” EP by Suffer

Suffer are a Beatdown Deathcore band known for bringing that Black Country Brutality when it comes to the live arena and a year after their debut EP “Slerm“, the quintet are back with a couple of friends for round two. The surprise is that vocalist Michael “Chobba” Crutchley, guitarist duo Ashley Edwards and Kieran Whitehouse

Review: “Slerm” EP by Suffer

Wolverhampton Beatdown Deathcore collective Suffer – Chobba (Vocals), Jack (Drums), Ash (Guitar), Jack (Bass) and Kie (Guitar) – like their music like they like their anvils. Heavy. They’ve racked up the live shows, appearing at the final incarnation of Fall In The Brawl and also sharing stages with the likes of Harbinger and Vexed since