Last August saw St. Louis Missouri 5 piece Morose (ex-Wide Awake) land their debut EP “Dead End” with a Nu-Metalcore vibe of Lordis and some Emmure aggression flavours in the mix. They’ve been back in the studio with Josh Schroeder (In Hearts Wake, King 810, Varials) and have launched the first cut from those sessions in
Central Florida Downtempo Deathcore collective In Gloom have gone all out for their full debut album with no less than six guest vocalists appearing over its seven track run. They’ve chosen likely tour partners and friends to appear on these cuts so live you’re going to see these collaborations in their true form over the
Describing themselves at “Aggressive Metalcore”, St. Louis Missouri 5 piece Morose may claim to officially have established themselves as a band in January 2019 but have a rich past with four members playing together in Wide Awake as far back as 2015. Not only did they play on their local scene circuit Midwest to East
2014’s “Sickness: Vol. 1” featured five guest vocal appearances, albeit that Landon Tewers and Ben Keller appeared on the same track. 2017’s “Volume II: Inside The Mind” matched that with five over five separate tracks. 2018’s “Volume III: Halfway Happy” goes two better with seven over seven. Are you getting the familiar theme here? VCTMS
Florida natives Lordis returned with their follow up to 2015’s “Thin Line” EP at the end of July. The self-described Doom Groove or Nu-Metalcore quintet have been building up to the release for some time with single “S//o\\S (Six of Swords)” dropping its anchor way back in 2016. The 9 track affair was recorded by Guitarist
Floridan Nu-Metalcore monsters Lordis have released a music video for new song “Dream Eater”. The song is taken from their equally new album “In Between Misery and Apathy” that appeared just 4 days ago via Chugcore Promotions. If it’s anything like it’s predecessor then it’s going to be epically good!
Taken from their upcoming new album “In Between Misery & Apathy”, Floridan Nu-Metalcore monsters Lordis have dropped new single “Dead Beat King”. The album will see release on 27th July and is the follow up to their December 2015 EP “Thin Line” which is available over at bandcamp for $1.