Tag: Kublai Khan

NEWS: Signs of the Swarm celebrate “The Collection”!

Getting not one but two guest vocalists on board in Matt Honeycutt of Kublai Khan and Nick Arthur of Molotov Solution, Deathcore brutes Signs of the Swarm have unleashed the winds of plague in the form of a new single entitled “The Collection“. The band have blown the budget as well and got Eric Dicarlo

Listmania: Metal Noise Top #5 Albums of 2020!

Probably the toughest category of our listmania awards series each year has to be the albums. These pages have had a daily review during the year of the Great Plague of 2020 and there have even been some occasions when there have been more than one. So that’s 365 plus records to consider, which is

Exclusive Interview: Deviant talk “Primitive Society”!

“Advertising has us chasing cars and clothes, working jobs we hate so we can buy s*** we don’t need. We’re the middle children of history, man” ~ Fight Club Last month we reviewed the debut EP of upcoming French Hardcore act Deviant, recorded, mixed, and mastered by Bastien Renon at Headquarter Corp at Massy Palaiseau, Essonne.

Review: “Primitive Society” by Deviant

A new 5 piece French Metallic Hardcore act hailing from the capital city Paris, Deviant have dropped “Primitive Society“, an EP recorded, mixed and mastered at Headquarter Corp at Massy Palaiseau, Essone, a commune in the Southern suburbs of Paris. They formed wanting to have fun and create some music both violent and groove laden with

Review: “…As One” by Rot

Hailing from the Twin Cities and including in their ranks both current and former members of Nanashi, Swing Low, While God Sleeps, Mithya, SLNCR and War Prayer are Metallic Hardcore quintet Rot. Hot on the heels of 2019 EP “Nothing’s Changed”, the band once again worked with Southern California based label War Against Records (Pressure Cracks,

Review: “Slow Decay” by The Acacia Strain

The slow release of “Slow Decay” by The Acacia Strain has to go down in history as being one of the most drawn out teases that life could possibly have in store. The Springfield Massachusetts quintet brought out “It Comes In Waves” via Rise Records in December 2019, with rumours circulating like Buzzards that the

Playthrough: “The Hammer” from Kublai Khan!

In September Texas heavy hitters Kublai Khan will be marching their way across Europe with Justice For The Damned, I Am and The Antagonist A.D. to play some shows around their current album “Absolute“. We’ve been lucky enough to witness their killer live show before and with cuts like “The Hammer“, you know it’s going

Review: “Pain Is Power” by Justice For The Damned

It’s been an intriguing, long and winding road for Sydney Australian Deathcore act Justice For The Damned. The quintet, who now comprise guitarists Kieran Molloy and Nick Adams, vocalist Bobak Rafiee and a rhythm section of drummer Chas Levi and bassist Ben Mirfin started out on the stages of Blacktown in 2011. Three years on

Review: “Lying On A Barren Bed of Roses” by Kong

Produced, Engineered, Mixed and Mastered by Eric Chase, New Jersey quintet Kong have unleashed a debut EP which incorporates a pair of tracks that appeared on their October 2018 two track demo “Demonstration of Strength“, while also citing influence from the likes of Kublai Khan, Daughters, Full of Hell and Jesus Piece. Their bio is