Tag: Misstiq

NEWS: When Plagues Collide collect the “Tears of a King”!

The second single since 2018’s impressive Symphonic Deathcore sophomore album “Tutor Of The Dying” sees Aarschot, Belgium quintet When Plagues Collide break free from the shackles of Misstiq, who joined them on their previous single “Elizabeth” and deliver their own assault on the ear drums with “Tears of a King“. Those unfamiliar can check out

NEWS: Frog Leap Studios join the party with Cardi B cover…

If you thought you’d heard the last of Cardi B for a while following our Vs Tuesday that put a Deathcore reinterpretation from Misstiq against a mash up of “Redneck” by Lamb of God, then you’d be wrong because her single “WAP” is the gift that keeps giving. Leo Moracchioli from Frog Leap Studios in

NEWS: Breakdown of Sanity return with “Traces”!

Just a couple of days ago a new track from Captain Graveyard surfaced with Carlo Knopfel from Breakdown of Sanity lending his throat and Misstiq lending her tuneful ways. But that was then and this is now; a new Breakdown of Sanity track entitled “Traces“, stronger than a cup of Skull Crusher Coffee has appeared

NEWS: Captain Graveyard walk the plank?

Joined by Misstiq and Carlo Knopfel of Breakdown of Sanity, Dutch trio Captain Graveyard have dropped the Nu-Metal inspired “Drowning“, their third single of 2020 following “Don’t Be A Little Bitch, Sarah Let’s Drop This Thing!” and “Fer Sure“. Specialising in electronic infused Metalcore, they’re a band who came to our attention by taking new

Vs. Tuesday! Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Cardi B??!!

Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar aka American Rapper Cardi B is pretty damn controversial and lets face it, if it wasn’t for tales of being a stripper to fighting Nicki Minaj to her questionable lyrics and videos, we’re not sure anyone would give a… but when her track “WAP” landed with comedian Russell Brand asking if it was

Review: “No Music Just Violence” by Until The Dead Walk

Whatevercore?! What the hell is that?! It’s a amalgamation of Metalcore, Hardcore and Deathcore styles which Louisville, Kentucky Monsters Until The Dead Walk are calling their signature style. Following up their 2018 EP “Dead Walking” with a full length album for 2020 going by the name “No Music, Just Violence” and bringing on board a

Review: “Collusion” by Martyr Defiled (10th Anniversary)

26th September 2010 saw Lincoln Death Metallers Martyr Defiled follow up their debut album “Ecophaghy” with their sophomore effort “Collision“. Having called time on the band in 2018 after 5 albums together and with former members appearing in Magna Carta and Viscera since, we raised our eyebrows at appearances at Fury Fest and Tech-Fest were

NEWS: Misstiq takes on the Super Mario Bros!

When you least expect it, something hilariously brilliant happens. “The Underground Theme” from Super Mario Bros gets a makeover courtesy of Misstiq and Vulvodynia guitarist Kris Xenopoulos who like a pair of conjoined twins slap some 8 string and programming on it. We’d love a full album of these but Nintendo would probably get lawyers

Review: “Astral” by Lost Conduit

13 different Deathcore and Death Metal vocalists make their presence felt with appearances across the 10 tracks that make up “Astral” by Lost Conduit. Just let that sink in for a moment. The project is the brain child of multi instrumentalist Drew Klugger and vocalist Justin Haskin of Desolist, that started with a dream of