Tag: Inhuman Nature

Exclusive Interview: Iferann talk “Desecration” and more!

Earlier this month we reviewed “Desecration” from Edinburgh Thrash giants Iferann. Granted an audience with them, we asked a few burning questions we had left over from the review as well as about their influences and where they want to end up. Here’s what they had to say… if you’ve not had the pleasure, you

Review: “Desecration” EP by Ifreann

Appearing 13 months after debut EP “Unearthly” sophomore EP “Desecration” from Edinburgh based Thrash Metal quintet Ifreann sees then looking to combine old school Thrash aesthetics with modern edge and techniques to formulate their potion for World domination. Formed in 2015 they took the name ‘Ifreann‘┬átranslated from the Irish for ‘Hell‘ as their own and

Bootleg: Inhuman Nature in Glasgow!

London Crossover Thrash act Inhuman Nature dropped their self titled bombshell back in May 2019. Recorded by Misha Hering at Holy Mountain Studios and Mastered by Magnus Lindberg it’s a stunningly good piece of work. Pro-Shot at The Flying Duck in Glasgow Scotland on 3rd August, here’s a full set. You can snap up a

Bootleg: Integrity in Denver Colorado!

Filmed at The Oriental Theatre in Denver Colorado on 9th November here’s a full set from the legendary Integrity! Incase you missed it, Chris Barling from our very own Inhuman Nature told us about his love for “Humanity Is The Devil” back in Under The Influence #12, which is a cracking read. Even if we

Live Review: Upsurge Festival Day #1: Saturday

We’re at the New Cross Inn for the second incarnation of Upsurge Festival! After a few days or rain, today is glorious sunshine and it’s hot inside the venue. There have been a number of pull outs in the lead up to the festival, most notably with Inhuman Nature being absent and no reasoning offered

Review: “Red Zone Tapes (Vol. 1)” from Road Mutant

It has been a phenomenal debut year for Road Mutant. Thomas Cronin, Charlie Pearce, Jay Rutterford, Calvin Chadwick and Sam Edwards have shared stages with Climate of Fear, Jungle Rot, Annotations of an Autopsy, Gets Worse and Inhuman Nature to name but a few, while delivering cuts from their debut EP “Back To The Green

Review: “Expansion of Reality” EP by Grim Existence

Hailing from of all places Newton Abbot Devon are a five piece Metal band that are in equal measure Hardcore, Death Metal and Trash and looking to bring devistation to the nation by painting your town red after a 4 year absence. Recorded in January 2019 by Rich Robinson at Big Red Studios (RIP), “Expansion