Tag: Jumpman

Review: “Having Fun At Gunpoint” by Good Cop

“I know what you’re thinking. ‘Did he fire six shots or only five’? Well to tell you the truth, in all this excitement, I kind of lost track myself. But being that this is a .44 Magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world, and would blow your head clean off, you’ve got to ask

Exclusive Interview: Weaponry talk “Take It Or Leave It”!

After the release of the second single from their upcoming new EP “Forever Nothing” and a show in Watford for Record Store Day as part of the Prank Monkey Records roster that includes Jumpman and Muscle Vest, it’s safe to say that Reading Post Hardcore quartet Weaponry are rising faster than a Space Shuttle. So

Review: “Self Titled” by Catercorner

“I wanted to create something that was completely unconstrained, with no preconception of what the end result might be—something uncompromising, that completely disregarded boundaries and was unafraid to visit strange places. I feel that I achieved that goal and created a pretty unique slice of metal.” ~ James Sherwin While the early seeds of James

Review: “Transmission I” by Enigmatical

Having been dragged kicking and screaming through a hole in the space time continuum by Demons who want to eat our brains, we return to March 2019 and the release of the first EP in the trilogy from Enigmatical entitled “Transmission I“. As the saga in now complete and we have reviewed the second and

Review: “Laborious” by Gangora

“This EP was recorded a long time ago and sat around collecting dust unfortunately. Please enjoy and feel free to share“. Created by guitarist Rob Marton (No One Knows What the Dead Think, ex-Discordance Axis) and bassist vocalist Chris Gennaro (Grone, ex-Suiciety), “Laborious” is the debut offering from a project they’re calling Gangora. Hailing from

The Black Map #121: Zebadiah Crowe from London!

The beginning of the summer saw us enter through the gates of madness with the filthy Blackened Thrash of Zebadiah Crowe and their new album “Host Rider” via Lore Breaker Records. They had to get a sharpie out and do a Wendy O of the Plasmadics or Butcher Babies style nipple tape cover up to be

Review: “Host Rider” by Zebadiah Crowe

Influenced by the writings of H.P. Lovecraft, Clive Barker and Edgar Allan Poe, Forrrthen (Guitars) and The Horrid (Vocals, Bass, Drum Programming) are a duo who create music that sits in the space between Blackened Thrash, Industrial Metal and Grindcore in their outlet Zebadiah Crowe. Having the same influences as Ministry and Cradle of Filth

NEWS: Time to depart with Deathless?

If like Jumpman or Arcaeon , you’re a sucker for a chiptune of the 8-bit variety, then you’re going to be head over heals for this reimagined version of “Departure” by Winchester, Virginia Melodic Death Metallers Deathless. The original version of the track appears on the bands December 2019 album “The Prophecy” while they thank

NEWS: Jumpman debut title track from upcoming EP!

Watford Nintendocore duo Jumpman have unveiled a classic black and white music video for the title track of their upcoming new EP “What We Saw Before The Darkness“, which drops on 24th April. It follows single “Shame” out of the gate and it’s one we highly recommend, having published a review for it just yesterday!

Review: “What We Saw Before The Darkness” by Jumpman

Last month we had the pleasure of reviewing double “A” side single “Shame” as Watford duo Jumpman prepared to unleash a new EP on an unsuspecting World. An experimental hardcore duo of Eliot Foster on Lead vocals and guitar Tom Cole on guitar who we lovingly call a “Nintendocore” band with a broad range of