Tag: Misstiq

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.

NEWS: Misstiq works magic with Impending Doom!

Pimping “War Music” by Impending Doom sees Misstiq take the song from a Deathcore heavyweight to a Symphonic Death Metal beast. Call it a remix, call it a rework, call it adding sugar, spice and all things nice to a track that is already worth its weight in gold, but we love her work as

NEWS: Misstiq and The Ghost Inside?

Making Deathcore Symphonic is the dark art of Misstiq and given the approach of Halloween, she’s teamed up with The Ghost Inside guitarist Andrew Tkaczyk to re-create a spooky version of the theme music for the classic Netflix series Stranger Things, fueled by the power of DJent. Who could ask for more?! The Ghost Inside

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