Pro-shot at The Palladium in Worcester Massachusetts on 5th July 2019, here’s a full set from Hardcore quintet One Step Closer. The band who might be named after the Linkin Park song from “Hybrid Theory” dropped their six track debut “From Me To You” on Triple B Records six months earlier.
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Not only should Linkin Park need no introductions, but neither should their major label debut “Hybrid Theory“. A Nu-Metal staple from October 2000 that inspired a generation, it launched the hugely successful career of a band that tragically lost Chester Bennington to suicide in July 2017. Whether the remaining members of the band will take
The Andertons TV long playing series sees Rabea Massaad of Toska fame show you how you can achieve the tones of the iconic Linkin Park album “Hybrid Theory” nearly two decades on… without busting the bank! It’s an album that influenced a generation so if you’re interested in playing their songs then this is the
Ever wondered what what a Death Metal version of a Linkin Park track would sound like? Bodybuilding guitarist Kevin Frasard has just made your dreams come true! He’s spun some classic Death Metal elements into “One Step Closer” to create his own version of the classic tune. Will Linkin Park return with another vocalist in
Italian Alternative Metal quintet Asymmetry Of Ego have joined a long list of artists paying tribute to Chester Bennington with a cover of “One Step Closer” by Linkin Park. Their version of the tune has a video recorded at Il Doge Studio in their homeland of Genova while the audio was Recorded and Mixed at
Featuring a pair of guitar playing vocalist brothers are Southwest Germany natives From Fall To Spring. They’ve recently released this EP produced by Seb Monzel entitled “Disconnected”. After a distinctly Hybrid Theory era Linkin Park introduction, opening song “Fading Away” comes to life with some Nu-Metal synths and chunky rhythmic riffs that bring back 1999 but
To some, a Metalcore trio from St. Neots in Cambridgeshire may seem like an odd concept. Not to David Bartolome, Sam Morritt and Will Morritt, collectively known as Seek The Fallen. Following a series of standalone singles and covers including “O.G Loko” by Of Mice & Men and perhaps surprisingly “Rockstar” by Post Malone, the trio got in