If you enjoyed the ongoing Impericon Never Say Die Tour 2022 or if you fancy a peak at what you missed out on, the 17th November stop at SO36 in Berlin Germany has been ram raided by Core Community who have given us a cut from After The Burial, Suicide Silence, Currents, Spite, Invent Animate,
While at Fallen Fortress Open Air in Germany, Our Hollow Our Home put down their instruments and hid their well earned beers to talk to Blank TV. Now that “Holloween III” and the Impericon Never Say Die Tour are chalked off their to do list, they’ve been unveiling grand plans for 2020 including a number
Filmed at Download Festival with a bit of an audio problem, Crystal Lake did this brief interview about their album “Helix”. If you missed the chance to see them then or at their pair of headlining shows, you won’t have to wait long for the band to be back! They’re headlining the Impericon Never Say
This year’s incarnation of the Impericon Never Say Die Tour will roll across Europe like a tank, with a seriously impressive line up this time out! Japanese Metallers Crystal Lake will headline and are joined by Australian Metalcore crew In Hearts Wake, the hopefully without a backing track King 810, Guildford Hardcore wrecking ball Polar,
One of the hottest tickets around at the moment is the 5 UK date, 5 band tour in April that sees some prime Metal talent destroying stages upon our shores. Frankie Palmeri’s Emmure will bring Rise of the Northstar, Canadian Hardcore crew Obey The Brave, Fit For A King and upcoming Australian talent Alpha Wolf to
Today has been a HUGE day of announcements in the Polar camp. Not only did they drop brand new single “Drive” and announce their signing to the home of Novelists Arising Empire but also a new album in Spring 2019! They will be joining Northlane & Currents among others on this year’s incarnation of the
Containing footage from this summers Impericon Festival dates, Detroit Michigan Metalcore mob We Came As Romans have released a music video for album opener “Vultures With Clipped Wings”. The album in question? 2017’s stunning return to form “Cold Like War” which is out now via SharpTone Records. Check out our review.