As 20th July marked the 3rd year since the tragic passing Chester Bennington, we’ve decided to follow up last weeks pair of covers of “The Day I Tried To Live” by Soundgarden with a head to head for a pair of covers of “One Step Closer” by Linkin Park. Afterall, Bennington was best of friends with
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
Part II of their “Turn The Light On” album tour across Europe is firmly lined up with Acres and The Oklahoma Kid in tow so Imminence have put out a music video for “Erase” that the Alternative Metalcore band from Malmö Sweden are quite proud of. The album itself is out now with Arising Empire
Swedish Alternative Metalcore crew Imminence will be sweeping across Europe with Acres and The Oklahoma Kid in the new year with a zigzagging path leading them to and from Thousand Island, the sister venue just off The London Garage in Highbury on 19th January! The tour is in support of the bands current album “Turn
Hailing from Trelleborg in Sweden are Alternative Metalcore crew Imminence. They’ve debuted new song “Infections” from their upcoming new album “Turn The Lights On” which is available for pre-order here. It will appear on 26th April via Arising Empire.
Exeter, on the River Exe between Plymouth and Bristol is a city in Devon. It was the most south-westerly of the Roman fortified settlements in the UK and is home to Exeter Guildhall, the oldest remaining civic building in Britain. It’s also the home of Joss Stone, JK Rowling (the author of Harry Potter, like you didn’t