Tag: Mudvayne

NEWS: Slaughter To Prevail go “Dig”?

Perhaps a really obvious choice for a Deathcore cover, Slaughter To Prevail frontman Alex Terrible has put his throat to “Dig” by Mudvayne, which is exactly the kind of track that is just begging for heavier rendition. Here’s the thing. The timing is really interesting with rumours circulating like vultures that the band who haven’t

Throwback: “Dead Man Walking” from Bloodsimple.!

The average life span of most bands might be just 3 records but some achieve more in those 3 than others achieve in a career 10 times as long. One such band, who burned out rather than fading away was Bloodsimple; the quartet of Vision of Disorder frontman Tim Williams and guitarist Mike Kennedy alongside the

Review: “Castle Bravo” by Arimea

A place that offers a decent number of venues and of course a University full of residents to attend gigs, Oxford has always had a thriving Metal scene and thanks to the annual march to Bloodstock’s New Blood stage via the Metal To The Masses tournament, we’ve been introduced to a few of those bands

Listmania: 20 Years of “L.D. 50” by Mudvayne!

The influence of Mudvayne shouldn’t be underestimated when it comes to Technicality and during in their early records a certain amount of Progressive nature. Born out of the Nu-Metal era and featuring largely introspective lyrics from vocalist Chad Gray, they also made use of polyrhythmic sounds with guitarist Greg Tribbett and bassist Ryan Martine producing

Listmania: 20 Years of “Statement” by Nonpoint!

10th October saw Nonpoint take to the stage for a pay-per-view live streamed set to celebrate 20 years of their major label debut album “Statement“, the Fort Lauderdale Florida quintet subsequently putting down 10 further records with vocalist Elias Soriano and drummer Robb Rivera being ever present in the group since 1996. In that time

Bootleg: Mudvayne in New Jersey!

Filmed at Old Bridge in New Jersey on 18th September 2000 at the Birch Hill Nite Club, here’s a full set from Mudvayne courtesy of Liberated Tape Archive. It’s a second generation tape transfer from the bands “L.D. 50” era which has reached its 20th Anniversary this year and includes “Dig“, “Death Blooms” and “Under

Review: “Senses Part Two” EP by Derange

Splitting a full length album into two EPs and releasing them six months apart has worked very well for London Alternative Metallers Derange. It’s kept the spotlight firmly on the quintet, which is exactly where it should be, given their undoubted talents. They came to the fore in 2015 with “The Awakening” and haven’t looked

Review: “For The Sick” by Red Method

“The Method was painted with his own blood. The Method is Red. We are Red Method and we are coming to make our mark“. Claiming a styles of Metal, Heavy Metal, Tech Metal, Death Metal and even Progressive Metal can be found in their sound, Jeremy Gomez (Vocals), Alex Avdis (Keyboards/ Samples), Fred Myers (Drums),

Review: “Macro” by Jinjer

The second release from Ukraine’s finest export and relentless touring machine Jinjer in less than 12 months is finally here. It seems that we’ve been talking about the female fronted Progressive Tech-Metallers third studio album forever even though in reality it’s just a matter of months. That makes it a highly anticipated body of work

Listmania: 5x Nu-Metal Bands… That You Might Have Heard Of!

Earlier this week Kerrang Magazine published an article entitled “11 Nu-Metal Bands Your Probably Don’t Remember” and… covered 11 Nu-Metal bands that we remember very well! So in our infinite wisdom we’ve decided to put together a bunch of 5 Nu-Metal bands you may remember that were perhaps one hit wonders or a little bit