Tag: Left for Dead

NEWS: Homicide re-release “Malice and Forethought”!

Previously unavailable digitally, Montreal’s Homicide have re-released their 1995 debut album “Malice and Forethought” in celebration of its 25th Anniversary following the success of their sophomore record “Left For Dead“, itself re-released this past August. Malice and Forethought by Homicide The band comments: “We are very excited about the first-ever digital version of ‘Malice and

NEWS: Homicide set “Point Blank Rage” upon you!

Apocalyptic Thrash act Homicide are set to re-release their sophomore album “Left For Dead” on 21st August with the band sharing “Point Blank Rage” form the new chapter. We reviewed it the first time around and can promise you a tour de force of a Thrash whirlwind. The band shares the premise and musical intricacies

NEWS: Homicide prepare for the “Scourge of God”!

Back in February we reviewed the sophomore album “Left For Dead” from Montreal Thrash act Homicide, one that comes 25 years after their debut “Malice and Forethought“. The quartet are set to re-release the record on 21st August 2020 and have chosen “Scourge of God” for a lyric video with some interesting background imaginary twists…

Review: “Left For Dead” by Homicide

Formed in Montreal Quebec Canada in the early 1990’s Homicide were born from an amalgamation of members of other bands on the scene with strong reputations. Lead Guitarist and Vocalist Gab Morency had done a stint in Corrupted Youth and Lead Guitarist Bryan Donahue likewise in Damaged before they began writing together and when Lizard rhythm section

NEWS: Sect & Gust announce European Tour!

Hailing from Raleigh, NC and comprising frontman Chris Colohan (Left for Dead, Burning Love, Enabler and Cursed), guitarists Scott Crouse (Earth Crisis) & James Chang (Catharsis), bassist Steve Hart & drummer Andrew Hurley (Fall Out Boy, Racetraitor & Enabler), hardcore supergroup Sect (pronounced Sekt) have announced a European Tour in support of November release “No