Tag: KoRn

Riff Police! Pull Over! #145: KoRn Vs Death Blooms!

The Nu-Metal influence on Liverpool quartet Death Blooms has been obvious from the moment we first heard them and being named after one of the genres finest moments in a song from the debut album from Mudvayne only serves to pay tribute to that. The third EP of their career is on the horizon and

The Black Map #147: Majin from Southampton!

From last week’s Manchester Thrash trio Beyond Salvation we head to the south coast to talk about Nu-Metalcore merchants Majin. A band who had an incredible 2020, despite lockdown by building their name and reputation with some Cyberpunk influenced Deathcore singles in follow up to their debut EP “Warpath” and a surprise KoRn cover. For

Review: “Warpath” by Majin

Recorded, mixed and mastered at Ruin Studios, “Warpath” marks the debut EP from Southampton Cyberpunk influenced Deathcore collective Majin, a band on the rise having introduced themselves as a quartet during the year of the Great Plague. Subsequent singles “Marked For Death” and KoRn cover “Freak On A Leash” have been followed by the announcement

Review: “Neurosis” by Ricin

Taking their name from a poison found naturally occurring in castor beans and obtained from the pressed seeds of the castor oil plant, the effects of Ricin can be devastating. Inhaled, Ricin causes fever, chest tightening, a cough and severe respiratory problems, including fluid buildup in the lungs. Ingested, it causes intestinal bleeding and organ damage.

NEWS: Majin get freaky with KoRn cover!

Back on 1st May Southampton’s Majin dropped their debut EP “Warpath“, a blend of Cyberpunk influenced Deathcore that sounds like an exorcism. But that’s not enough for them so they’ve dropped a double A side pair of tracks with “Marked For Death” and a cover of “Freak on a Leash” by those Bakersfield California Nu-Metal

NEWS: Vicky Psarakis of The Agonist covers KoRn!

It seems crazy but “Falling Away From Me” by KoRn is now 21 years old having been released in 1999, a huge hit with over 91 million streams of YouTube of a music video that features an anti child abuse theme. The Agonist frontwoman Vicky Psarakis who replaced Alissa White-Gluz when she joined Arch Enemy

Bootleg: KoRn in Kentucky!

The year 2000 saw Metallica launch a campaign called “Summer Sanitarium Tour” as they were joined by Powerman 5000, Kid Rock, System Of A Down and of course KoRn and roared like a Juggernaut across the US. This latest from liberated tape archive sees the Bakersfield Nu-Metallers caught on 2nd generation VHS Tape Transfer in Sparta,

Review: “A Quiet Place To Die” by Alpha Wolf

Taking their name from the 2011 Liam Neeson survivalist movie “The Grey” based on the short story “Ghost Walker” by Ian MacKenzie Jeffers, that tells the tale of a group of oil-men stranded in Alaska after a plane crash, who must survive a pack of timber wolves stalking them amidst mercilessly cold weather, Alpha Wolf are Australian Nu-Metalcore

Review: “Paranoia” by Mace

Originally planned as a 7 track long player with influences in Deathcore, Hardcore, Beatdown and Slam genres, Calgary Alberta Canada’s Mace (Brock Brown, Max August, Rylie Clare and Austen Lewis) started work on “Paranoia” back in October of 2019, following up a 9 track demo debut album and standalone single “Corruption“. The band had been