Tag: It Dies Today

Bootleg: It Dies Today in Brazil!

Filmed at The Clubhouse in Brazil, here’s a partial set from Buffalo New York’s It Dies Today from 2007. It sees the band fronted by former Still Remains bassist Jason Woods and playing tracks from “The Caitiff Choir” and “Sirens” as they waited on the green light from Trustkill Records for their third and sadly

Review: “Agony” by Wych

Adorned by suitably bleak and gripping cover at from Indonesian visual artist Bahrull Marta, this debut EP from Alberta Canada Deathcore collective Wych promises to be has cold and unforgiving as the winters of their homeland. The quartet who comprise vocalist Colin Allan-Fitterer, guitarist Jorge Mares, bassist Zayn Jinnah and drummer Mike Bolduc worked with

Listmania: 20 Years of “L.D. 50” by Mudvayne!

The influence of Mudvayne shouldn’t be underestimated when it comes to Technicality and during in their early records a certain amount of Progressive nature. Born out of the Nu-Metal era and featuring largely introspective lyrics from vocalist Chad Gray, they also made use of polyrhythmic sounds with guitarist Greg Tribbett and bassist Ryan Martine producing

Review: “Your Receding Warmth” by Boundaries

There was a point earlier in 2020 when there was a question mark in our minds over the continuation of Connecticut Metallic Hardcore quintet Boundaries future. Travis Tabron had stepped down from Varials and vocalist Matthew McDougal was filling in during their live shows and doing a stand out job of it. However it seems

Review: “Connection Lost” by Catalysis

A four piece Metal band from Dundee, Scotland who formed in late 2016 and has issued a pair of EPs to date in 2017’s “Into The Unknown” and 2018’s self-titled, Catalysis are a band with firm roots in Thrash. Having spent 2019 writing their debut full length and sharing stages with the likes of Gutlocker,

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

The subject of today’s head to head is “Come Undone” by Duran Duran. The highly influential New Wave band formed in 1978 and enjoyed huge success throughout the 80s. They’ve been covered multiple times including most notably by Deftones and count among their fans KoRn vocalist Jonathan Davis. The track itself was the second single

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Depeche Mode

For reasons unknown we’ve always associated Depeche Mode with Christmas and in particular “Enjoy The Silence”. A track that has been covered many a time by all manor of influenced bands and the second single from their seventh studio album “Violator” released in 1990. On the album, Barry Walters of Rolling Stone Magazine complimented its “heavier hooks,

Review: “Extinction(s)” by Unearth

It’s been 4 long years since “Watchers of the Rule” saw Unearth show us some Slayer influence and announce Nick Pierce as their full time drummer. In that time we’ve seen a few playthrough videos and gear demos from guitarists Ken Susi and Buzz McGrath but the band had otherwise remained largely silent. Until the announcement they

Playlist: Rock N’ Roll Racing Soundtrack for 2018!

It’s Monday and you know the drill. 1993 saw the release of a classic video game for the Super Nintendo and Sega Mega Drive in “Rock ‘n Roll Racing”. It’s premise was pretty simple – drive around a 3D track in a seemingly Micro Machine sized car and take every action possible to win –