Tag: Incubus

Bootleg: Incubus in San Francisco!

It’s time for another back in the day live set courtesy of Liberated Tape Archive who have been giving VHS tape transfers a new lease of life. Fresh out of the Pizza oven comes a full set from “S.C.I.E.N.C.E.” era Incubus at Slim’s in San Francisco California all the way back on 11th August 1997.

Documentary: The Making of Make Yourself with Choir Noir!

A little bit ago, the Choir Noir recorded their first lockdown cover with an incredible version of “Make Yourself” by Incubus done during the first lockdown of 2020. While navigating the seven seas of DIY filming and audio recording in their own to make it happen, each member filmed some separate footage which has been

Review: “In Terra” by Transfix

Founded in late 2018 in Kuala Lumpur by former Necromanicide’s Hate Regime drummer Jeret Christopher and former The Beads vocalist, bassist and keyboard player David Rein, Transfix are a Modern Metal trio whose line up is rounded out by former Azmael and Seventh Sign guitarist Ramesh Kumar. The help of a collaborator in Stewart Sellan

Review: “Skyless” by Within Ceres

Citing influences from the likes of Erra, Bleed From Within, Born of Osiris and Silent Planet, guitarist and producer Odin De Sa formed Within Ceres in 2014 to perform at a collegeband competition called “Searock” at BITS Pilani Institute in Goa India, a place where you can count the number of Metal bands or even bands in

NEWS: Choir Noir cover “Make Yourself” by Incubus!

We’ve been following Choir Noir for a while now, their choral takes on Metal classics being something we’ve not heard before and what makes it special is that the group is made of of members from all walks of life, as you’ll see in this video as they perform “Make Yourself” by Incubus. This is

Vs Tuesday: One Song! Two Bands! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Black Hole Sun.

Who remembers cassette tape trading to check out new sounds back in the day? Someone once put a copy of “Superunknown” by Soundgarden back 1995 into these grubby paws in exchange for “Ride The Lightning” by Metallica and the rest is history. Arguably the finest 74 minutes the Seattle Washington Grunge band created, it spawned

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Bush?!

A classic example of a band from one place who do phenomenally well half way around the World but not on their own patch, 1994 saw the debut album from Shepards Bush quartet Bush entitled “Sixteen Stone” make the band Kings in the United States of America. An album that spawned 5 singles with “Machinehead”

Live Review: UK Tech-Fest Day #1: Thursday (Early Bird)

It’s that time of year again! Post tent pitching and first beer after a 160 mile (ish) journey it’s a sweaty affair at the Fireball Whiskey stage for the first band of our annual pilgrimage that is UK Tech-Fest! Opening the 2019 incarnation with some insane instrumental Progressive Tech-Metal, Pulse of Nature [7/10] are exactly

Riff Police! Pull Over! #43: Opprobrium Vs Metallica!

Released in 1988 under the name Incubus, the New Orleans band now called Opprobrium enjoyed some influence with the Death Metal influenced Thrash sounds of their debut “Serpent Temptation”. A deluxe re-issue appeared via Relapse Records in 2016 with 4 additional tracks in the form of their 1987 original demo. There is one track, “Hunger