The ambitious undertaking that is “Bloodmoon: 1” is the subject of an interview between Converge vocalist Jacob Bannon and Heavy New York, a collaboration with Chelsea Wolfe that has seen them return to some experimental live shows which took place in 2016 and saw them play some of the slower and lesser heard cuts from
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The cult following for the fourth album “Jane Doe” from American Metalcore outfit Converge has remained intact for the past 20 years as the critical acclaim for the album with some going as far as to call it the greatest of the Metalcore era. Having a bigger budget allowing for the entire album to be
Pro-shot at The Broad Street Ministry in Philadelphia Pennsylvania on 21st May 2011, here’s a full hour long set from Converge. The American Metalcore titans were a month out from the release of their split with Dropdead that unleashed “Runaway” with 2009’s “Axe To Fall” produced by Kurt Ballou at his very own GodCity Studio
“These floods of you are unforgiving, Pushing passed me spilling through the banks, And I fall, Faster than light and faster than time, That’s how memory works, At least in the dark where I’m searching for meaning, When I’m just searching for something, I want out, Out of every ackward day, Out of every tongue
Expanding on the concept behind the “Verge In” sessions that took place at the beginning of 2004 and saw Boston Metalcore heroes Converge collaborate with Cave In on some new material 2009’s “Axe To Fall” saw the band bring in members of Himsa, Neurosis and The Red Chord to name but a few and push
Time for a classic. A full set from Converge filmed by Danielle Dombrowski at Armoury High in Syracuse New York on 4th May 2002 and brought to digital life by hate5six, this was was released this past weekend for your viewing pleasure. It was the era of Metalcore and their forth studio album “Jane Doe“,
At the heart of Witch City aka Salem Massachusetts is God City Studios, the home of Uber producer and Converge Guitarist Kurt Ballou. Earth Quaker Devices caught up with the legend for the latest episode of their “Show Us Your Junk” Series, to talk all things Amps and Pedals!
Kerrang! Magazine have conducted a fantastic interview with Kurt Ballou, not only a Hardcore guitarist of legend with Converge but also a producer and sound engineer of note based out of his very own GodCity Studios! The conversation is about what makes a great producer and it’s a fantastic insight!