Tag: Let It Take It’s Course

Bootleg: Orthodox in Lakewood Ohio!

Back at The Foundry Concert Club in Lakewood Ohio, this time on 10th March, here’s a full, pro-shot and audio mixed set from Orthodox courtesy of Leo Sypniewski. The Nashville Tennessee act are pure evil throughout “Let It Take It’s Course” with a variety of Metal, Hardcore and Nu-Metal elements in their sound…

Bootleg: Orthodox in Richmond Virginia!

Pro-shot multi-cam footage of Orthodox at The Canal Club in Richmond Virginia on 3rd March? Absolutely yes! We’ve been loving their creepy good album “Let It Take It’s Course“, which is out now, check out our review. The show also saw Dealer take to the stage as “The Root Of All Evil” tour came to

Bootleg: Orthodox in Anaheim California!

Earlier this month we reviewed “Let It Take It’s Course“, a downright evil album from Nashville Tennessee’s Orthodox that is full be full of twists and turns with some outside the box thinking that combines Hardcore, Metal and even Nu-Metal revivalist stylings with feral vocals. Here’s a full set from them at the iconic Chain

Review: “Let It Take Its Course” by Orthodox

Orthodox are a band who are leading the charge out of Nashville Tennessee along with the likes of Chamber and have played shows on the under card of the main event with the likes of Left Behind, Spite and Knocked Loose since their 2017 label debut “Sounds of Loss”. They’ve gathered a rabid fan base

NEWS: Orthodox scream for attention!

Another album out on 7th February is “Let It Take Its Course” by Orthodox, who like Chamber are proving that there is more to Nashville Tennessee than simply Country Music. It will appear via Unbeaten Records and is available for pre-order here. They’ve dropped a steam of “Look At Me” to follow up music videos

Bootleg: “Stranger” from Counterparts!

We’ve probably featured Counterparts one time too many over the last few months. We gave their new album “Nothing Left To Love” 9/10 in review and it’s a condender for the top 5 albums of 2019 between Christmas and New Year. So it’s probably justified. Filmed at Masquerade in Atlanta Georgia on 11th November, here’s

NEWS: Orthodox want to “Let It Take It’s Course”!

Nashville metal act Orthodox announced their sophomore studio full-length album “Let It Take Its Course” with a music video for the title track. Due out 7th February via Unbeaten Records and while they’re on tour with Bodysnatcher and Slaughter To Prevail in the US, this could be the platform to get them on the Global stage.