Tag: I Killed The Prom Queen

Bootleg: The Red Shore in Sydney!

The reunion of Melbourne Australian Death Metaller quintet The Red Shore for January’s Invasion Fest was a special moment. Ingrained in the history of the Australian scene coming up in 2004 alongside the likes of I Killed The Prom Queen, here is a full pro-shot full set from them Metro Theatre in Sydney on 18th

NEWS: Captain Graveyard cover Bring Me The Horizon!

In case it wasn’t plainly obvious at this point – we’re not fans of anything Bring Me The Horizon have done since 2013’s “Sempiternal” and even then only half of that album. Why? Because for us, the first three albums and in particular their work with I Killed The Prom Queen guitarist Jona Weinhofen on

Review: “You Got Me All F***ed Up” by Deez Nuts

If you look at it there are a fair amount of comparisons you could make between Alex Erin and JJ Peters. They both might come from opposite ends of the Globe with Peters hailing from Australia and Erin from Canada but they both have a similar look facially with baseball caps and designer stubble. They

NEWS: Deez Nuts have an evil grin!

It looks like it’s going to be a long run before the death defying gravity battling “You’ve Got Me F***ed Up” from Australian Hardcore Kings Deez Nuts. The album will fall from the sky like a airplane crashing into metropolis on 18th October via Century Media before no doubt, the band who feature former members

Review: “Above Empires” by Aktaion

Created with the help of Fredrik Nordström (I Killed The Prom Queen, Arch Enemy, Dark Tranquility, Architects) handling mixing and mastering duties and Robert Kukla recording and producing the album with the band at Obisidan Recording Studios, “Above Empires” is the third studio album from Aktaion. Hailing from Halmstad, Sweden they released their debut album

NEWS: The Hero Dies First “Re:ignite” the fires!

With a trio of shows coming up this weekend, The Hero Dies First have released a new music video for “Re:Ingite” show by Oli Duncanson. The Fredrik Nordstrom (Bring Me The Horizon, In Flames, I Killed The Prom Queen) produced tune will no doubt get an airing at one of them. Joining the Bedford Metallers

The Black Map #61: Keepsake from Oxford!

Heading from Manchester to Oxford it’s time to bring a debut single from a band formed just this year to The Black Map of the UK Underground Metal Scene. Complete with a mixing and mastering job from Henrik Udd (I Killed The Prom Queen, Counting Days, Architects) and featuring a guest appearance from Alex Tovell

The Black Map #52: Realm of Torment from Southampton!

What’s in a name? What’s in a genre or sub-genre tag? When your band label themselves as “Metalcore” in 2019 it can literally mean just about anything. So much so that often the word “Metalcore” is used to replace the word “Metal”. So your band is a five piece with a twin guitar attack and