6th December saw the 15th Anniversary of the only Job For A Cowboy release do feature their notorious pig squeal vocals as the Arizona Deathcore Kings who later shifted to a more Death Metal orientated sound, with sessions for “Doom” taking place in May 2005 at Blue Light Audio Media Studios in Phoenix. Their debut
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“And now, the end is near, And so we face the final curtain, My friend, we’ll say it clear, we’ll state our case, of which we’re certain, we’ve lived a life that’s full, we’ve traveled each and every highway, And more, much more than this, we did it the Metal way…” That’s right. It’s time
When people like Metal Injection are describing you as “One of the best damn Technical Death Metal bands out there” and you’ve managed to get the mighty Jason Suecof (Trivium, Devildriver, Whitechapel) to do the mixing not to mention John Douglas to do the mastering on your new album, then you’re surely onto a winner?
Keeping us in the North of England and taking us to Leeds and the home of a band for whom playing live is as rare as rocking horse s***. Having taken to the stage at the 2018 incarnation of UK Tech-Fest, Cognizance have exactly zero shows lined up for the arrival of their upcoming new
It might not seem possible but Athens, Ohio extreme metallers Skeletonwitch have been on the scene for 15 years, though only guitar duo Nate Garnette & Scott Hedrick remain from the original incarnation of the band. The latest set of changes has seen the vocal position filled by Adam Clemans, who while perhaps is best known
There will be a trio of UK dates on Skeletonwitch‘s December European tour run with Mantar, Evil Invaders & Deathrite. 20th July will mark the arrival of the Athens Ohio Melodic Deathmetallers first album with former Veil of Maya frontman Adam Clemans and potentially Job For A Cowboy drummer Jon Rice. Entitled “Devouring Radiant Light”, pre-orders