Stray From The Path drummer Craig Reynolds chats to Alessandro Venturella aka V-Man, Slipknot bassist in this latest episode of The Downbeat Podcast. The pair go back 15 years as UK Techs, Reynolds doing the job for Architects and both now play in US bands so there is a fair amount of reminiscing in this
Tag: Internal Atomics
We were lucky enough to witness a headling show for “Internal Atomics” as Stray From The Path brought their brilliant new album to London in December 2019. It was incredible and one that will live long in the memory, especially as Loathe frontman Kadeem France joined the band on stage for “Kickback“. They’re still promoting
In a kind of tag team interview, two members of Stray From The Path and two from Knocked Loose talk to Unify about their brilliant new albums “Internal Atomics” and “A Different Shade Of Blue” as they prepare to play sets at the annual Tarwin Lower, Victoria Australia gathering of Metal Heads… then play cards.
Filmed at Logo in Hamburg Germany on 22nd December, here’s Stray From The Path ripping through “Second Death“. They’ll be in Australia in the not too distant future, continuing the World Tour for “Internal Atomics” and spreading the word. Would it be controversial to say they could be more relevant than Rage Against The Machine
Is it possible to choose between “Subliminal Criminals” “Death Is Only Real” and “Internal Atomics” as to which is better? in 2019, MSRY frontman Kial Churcher picked the first of that trio for our Under The Influence series and he made some damn fine points on why he loves that record. For us, “Internal Atomics”
Carlsberg take the Moto “Probably the best beer in the World” into their advertising campaigns, then these are probably the best albums of 2019. On our eyes at least and remember kids, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. One man’s silk purse is another man’s sow’s ear. 2019 was a fantastic year in
Back in April 2015 Rock Sound Magazine celebrated their 200th issue by putting together “Worship And Tributes”, a compilation of covers seemingly taking it’s name from the second Glassjaw album “Worship And Tribute” from 2002. The compilation is notable for both the eclectic mix of band covered and also bands doing the covering while having
We’ve shared sets filmed from Loathe, Gideon and The Devil Wears Prada courtesy of Snakebite TV this weekend. All three bands were supporting New York Hardcore act Stray From The Path as they tore across Europe in support of new album “Internal Atomics“. We were lucky enough to catch all four at O2 Academy Islington
Drew York and Tom Williams from Stray From The Path took on Counterparts Brendan Murphy in a game of Trivia for The Noise… The subject being each other! Both bands have not only toured together but also dropped albums on the same day! They will be following each other to Europe with Stray From The
Mixed and Mastered by Architects guitarist Josh Middleton, the second of The Noise exclusive “Rooftop Of Riots” performances from Stray From The Path sees them play “Second Death” from their brilliant new album “Internal Atomics“. Is it a contender for our Top 5 albums of the year? Who knows? But one thing is for certain.