Tag: Misstiq

NEWS: Lee McKinney is bathed “In The Light Of Knowledge”!

You have to wonder if there are any green eyes of jealousy from his Born Of Osiris bandmates when Lee McKinney shares his solo material with them, especially when he’s been able to persuade the Sorceress that is Misstiq to provide keys for new cut “Crystal Song“. This one is the first from a new

Review: “There Are Things Worse Than Death” by Earth Caller

“This was a f***ing bomb. For a few seconds, this place was Armageddon. There was a firefight!” ~ Willem Dafoe: Paul Smecker, The Boondock Saints For those who aren’t in the know Misstiq is keyboard sorceress extraordinaire with a reputation for pimping Deathcore by adding symphonic touches and making them sound like the cover artwork

NEWS: Snakes on a plane for Beneath Shattered Glass!

What do you get if you take Atlanta Georgia’s finest solo Deathcore project Beneath Shattered Glass and add a pairing that are  regularly seen together in Vulvodynia guitarist Kris Xenopoulos and the ever symphonic Misstiq? You get a new track called “Serpentine“, the follow up to “Portrait of Pestilence” which saw mastermind Kevin Nolan joined

NEWS: Earth Caller deliver the choke hold!

Teaming up with Misstiq who has a reputation for embellishing Deathcore and making it Symphonic, Australian Metallic Hardcore crew Earth Caller have dropped a bone snapping new single called “Choke” complete with music video directed by Martin Wood. It’s the follow up to May single “I Will Return” and appears as the bands previously announced

Review: “Culling Culture” by Vexed

They say that good things come to those who wait and in the case of Hertfordshire heavyweights Vexed it seemed like the wait was taking forever. Ice ages had come and gone in the time between their pair of devastating singles which opened up the floor for them and it seemed, from a fans perspective

Review: “Mind Atlas” by The Cartographer

It has been a metaphorical five year stretch in Broadmoor between 2016 debut EP “Human Error” from Derby Metallers The Cartographer and their sophomore release “Mind Atlas” during which the have shared stages with many of the lesser lights of heaven on the underground metal scene including Nexilva, The Dali Thundering Concept, Miscreant and even

NEWS: LowLife (and guests) drop “Deadweight” with Misstiq!

Turning the clock back to 28th February 2019 and the Slam Worldwide YouTube channel premiered a single that saw Michigan Slamming Deathcore crew LowLife, get together with producer Sammy Morales and Bound In Fear bassist and production guru Keir Campbell to create a 7 minute track with as many vocalists as they could get a

NEWS: Misstiq chills out with Architects!

The timing might seem a little intriguing but the lady who turns Deathcore into the Symphonic otherwise known as Misstiq has created a chilled out rendition of “Hollow Crown” by our very own Brighton Progressive Metalcore heroes Architects when they themselves are on the verge of a new album in “For All Those Who Wish

Review: “Begotten” by A Night In The Abyss

Established in 2013, Blackened Deathcore collective A Night In The Abyss have been casting a dark shadow over Brighton creating what they like to call “macabre melodies from miserable England“. Those songs have been good to them and the success of 2016 album “Necropolis” is there for all to see, a collective 130k Spotify streams

Review: “Goatacalypse” by Bite The Goat

Saint Petersburg, Russia isn’t necessary the first place you’d think of as being home to a Technical Progressive Deathcore act. Mind you, would you even think that the words ‘Technical‘ and ‘Progressive‘ could be used to describe Deathcore? Well… Why not? If you can have Skate Punk Thrash then you can have Technical Progressive Deathcore.