Last month German Metalcore act May The Tempest unleashed “Rise To Remain” after leaving a trail of breadcrumbs in single form with “Bitter Taste” (Summer 2016) “Different” (February 2020), “Ghost” (March 2020), and “Nowhere” (August 2020) laying the foundations for it following their 2015 debut EP “Siren“. Their DIY work ethic lead to the new album
As a band May The Tempest are a quintet who have taken the better part of six years to reach their milestone debut album with a DIY work ethic which has earned them a few lucky breaks along the way. Hailing form Munich, Germany Lucci (Shouts), Jonas (Guitars &Clean Vocals), Andi (Guitars), Patrick (Drums) and
In a coup for Metalcore fans, Bury Tomorrow have announced a co-headlining European tour trek with August Burns Red that sees Miss May I and Thornhill in support. The run starts in Brighton in November 2021 before running to Munster in Germany just before Christmas. The headliners have both released new albums in lockdown so
After the highly impressive entrance into cathartic writing that was their “Disturbia” EP and a run of shows that took Melbourne Metalcore quartet (vocalist James Bergin, guitarist and clean vocalist James McKendrick, guitarist Mitch Farlie and drummer George Murphy) toured the Globe, including appearing at London’s iconic Camden Underworld with Miss May I. That was
Pro-Shot by Moshpit TV at The Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis Indiana on 2nd June, here’s Sink The Ship playing “Put Up Or Shut Up” from their current album “Perverse” out now via SharpTone Records! The album features a pair of notable guests in Levi Benton of Miss May I and Bert Poncet of Chunk! No
Scarlet Dress are preparing to release their debut full length album “Endless”. Following successful singles “Lucid” in 2014 that gathered 90k worth of streams via itdjents.com’s YouTube channel, “Periscope” in 2016 with a guest appearance from Jeff Pogan of Suicidal Tendencies and sandwiched in between them EP “Prose Edda” in 2016. Comprising Multi-instrumentalist Sushant Vohra
Los Angeles California Alt Metal duo Bonesteel have dropped a single entitled “Nightmares”. The hard hitting track is a crushing tale of addiction based around the bands upbringing in. Guitarist Alex Cain said “I’m from a small town in Pennsylvania where the opioid crisis has grown rapidly. Kids that my brother and I grew up
Culled from their current album “Shadows Inside” which is out now via SharpTone Records, Metalcore mainstays Miss May I have released an official music video for “Under Fire”. We had the pleasure of seeing the band live earlier this year on their “We Are Stronger Than Before” tour. Check out our review.
Sink The Ship have released single “Everything” featuring a guest vocal from Miss May I frontman Levi Benton. The song is taken from their upcoming new album “Persevere” which will see release on 27th April via SharpTone Records. Pre-orders are available here.
Tonight the “We Are Stronger Than Before” tour rolls up to London’s Camden Underworld with a lot of promise. Openers Currents [6/10] only play material from their impressive second album “The Place I Feel Safest” tonight and are hampered by sound issues throughout. It’s Currents first international tour and with an album that Oozes quality