Tag: Mad Season

Throwback: “Get Real” by Obey The Brave!

Following the news last week the Canadian Hardcore outfit Obey The Brave were calling time on their career after 8 years and four albums, three of which were released via Epitaph Records, it’s time to take a trip down memory lane to one of the bands finest moments. From their debut album “Young Blood” in

Review: “Balance” by Obey The Brave

Canadian Hardcore Punk act Obey The Brave have returned with their fourth studio record “Balance”. Having parted ways with Epitaph Records after their 2017 offering “Mad Season”, the Montreal Canada natives have dropped to a quartet and officially only list vocalist Alex Erian (also of Despised Icon), drummer Stevie Morrotti and guitarist Terrance McAuley in

NEWS: Obey The Brave make “No Apologies”!

Currently upon our shores with Emmure, Canadian Hardcore crew Obey The Brave who feature former members of Blind Witness as well as Despised Icon frontman Alex Erian in their ranks have put out a new single entitled “No Apologies”. It’s their first since their third studio album “Mad Season” and sports a interesting music video to

Interview: Obey The Brave at Resurrection Fest 2017!

The organizers of Resurrection Fest have continued to build the hype for this year’s incarnation of Spain’s premier Metal event by releasing an interview with Canadian Hardcore crew Obey The Brave. Among other things, the band talk about current album “Mad Season” which is out now via Epitaph Records.  

Review: “Mad Season” by Obey The Brave

The third album from Montreal Quebec Canada hardcore crew Obey The Brave arrived in 2017, the follow up to 2014’s “Salvation” and impressive debut “Young Blood”. The band are fronted by Despised Icon vocalist Alex Erian and after a line-up shuffle feature former Blind Witness members in bassist Miguel LaPage and guitarist Jon Campbell. The first

NEWS: Obey The Brave release “Mad Season” video!

Obey The Brave have released a video for the title track from their current album “Mad Season” out now on Epitaph Records. Interestingly though no official announcement has been made, the video appears to show the band down a guitarist and performing as a four piece.