Tag: Nirvana

Interview: Grymm Within talk Nirvana, Vesicarum and a new EP!

After unveiling the first single this past weekend, Vesicarum frontman Glynn Neve spoke to Shawn Snyman about his upcoming solo EP under the Grymm Within moniker on this fascinating new interview. The single is a striking cover of the Nirvana classic “Breed“, recorded in drop E and sounding like “Landfill” era Pitchshifter. The Sophie Lancaster

NEWS: Grymm Within share charity Nirvana cover!

Grymm Within, the solo project of Vesicarum frontman Glynn Neve have unveiled the first single from a forthcoming EP via One Eyed Toad Records. The track is a cover of the Nirvana classic “Breed” which has been released for charity with all proceeds going to the The Sophie Lancaster Foundation. Performed, recorded and mixed at

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Way.

A haunting tale from the seminal album “Nevermind” that was recently brought back to the masses as part of the introduction of Robert Pattinson as The Batman, the Nirvana classic “Something In The Way” is one that many hold dear. So a fine choice for our ever controversial weekly head to head battle that is

NEWS: Aortes announce “Devouring Gloom” with the title track!

Formerly known as Autism, Lithuanian dark Post-Metal act Aortes have announced a new full-length album “Devouring Gloom” is scheduled for a 28th February 2023 release. That news comes with music video for the album title track as well as a track listing which confirms that December 2020 Autism single “Immersion” will be on the record as

NEWS: Frog Leaps into Bleach!

Taking a break from the Metalized Christmas covers, our Norwegian friend Leo Moracchioli from Frog Leap Studios has picked a classic from Nirvana to beef up in the same way that Machine Head famously did. What are we talking about? “Negative Creep” from the Metal Heads favourite “Bleach” of course! Maybe it’s a subliminal verse

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Freaks.

Back in 1997 the sophomore album “Freak Show” from Australian angst fueled Grunge Metal act Silverchair hit the streets as something of a backlash from the band to the reception of their debut album “Frogstomp” two years earlier. Partially down to the look of frontman Daniel Johns as much as the bands sound, they drew

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Black Betty

[Kurt Cobain] Thank you. This was written by my favorite performer. Our favorite perfomer, isn’t it? All of ours? You like him the best? [Krist Novoselic] Oh and here’s a donation basket for one supply of Leadbelly’s guitar [Kurt Cobain] Oh yeah, this guy representing the Leadbelly’s estate wants to sell me Leadbelly’s guitar for

Review: “Maleza” by Bala

Having already managed to leave a mark in the Alternative Metal scene which helped them break the chains of national touring and taken them to as far afield as United Kingdom, Japan and Australia with impressive live shows that have even attracted international festivals such as Stone and Dusted (US) or Rock al Parque (Colombia),