Tag: Human Scum

NEWS: Detest return to “Asphyxiate”!

Loathe guitarist Connor Sweeney has been racking up the credits for his work on the boards of late with the latest addition to his list being Manchester Deathcore collective Detest for whom he’s handled mixing and mastering on their new track “Asphyxiate“. It’s the bands first release as a quartet having lost guitarist Luke Lomas and

Review: “Human Scum” by Detest

Mixed and Mastered by Bound In Fear guitarist Keir Campbell at Kascade Mixing And Mastering and with Artwork by Ash Michael Fenlon, Manchester Beatdown Hardcore crew Detest – Vocalist Christian Tustin, Guitarist duo Sam Morris and Luke Lomas alongside a rhythm section of Bassist Joey Whitehurst and Drummer Laurence Toms-Arbel – dropped “Human Scum” back

Bootleg: “Blood” from Detest!

You asked for more from Mancunians Detest so Pro-Shot by Snakebite TV at Phase One in Liverpool on 7th December, they’re out for “Blood”. What did you expect from a band who describe their corner of the Metal World as “Heavy, Angry and Violent“? Their debut EP “Human Scum” dropped in June… and we might just

Bootleg: “Elimination” & “Misery” from Detest!

Having dropped a music video for “Abuser” that features Stuart Carson of Mortal Shift from their EP “Human Scum“, it seems only right that Detest should share stages with them, especially when it comes to a home town show. So Pro-Shot at Manchester Rebellion on 17th November, here’s both “Elimination” and “Misery” as one!

The Black Map #86: Detest from Manchester!

Technical Metalcore heroes August Burns Red are renouned for carrying the tag line “Angry Music For Happy People” on their paraphernalia. There isn’t any happiness in Manchester. Beatdown Hardcore crew Detest dropped EP “Human Scum” in June 2019 and we’re joined by Stuart Carson of Mortal Shift for “Abuser”, a track about putting a self 

NEWS: Mortal Shift bring the “Noise”!

Recorded, Mixed and Mastered by Loathe guitarist Conor Sweeney, Manchester Hardcore crew Mortal Shift have done an Anthrax and brought the “Noise“. It’s their first new material since “Dead Generation“, their six track debut EP that appeared in May. You might be familiar with their vocalist Stuart Carson as he lent his throat to “Abuser”