Another one cut from their set at KnotFest.com’s Pulse of the Maggots Fest sees Newcastle Nu-Metal crew October Ends joined by session musicians Kyle Hughes (drums) and Adam Bulpitt (guitars) for “Bury Me Under” from their recently released album “Zodiac“. The festival saw them joined by Hacktivist who used the opportunity to drop new single
Following Hacktivist and October Ends in sharing tracks cut from their sets for the Pulse Of The Maggots online streaming festival hosted by Knotfest.com are Australian talents Diamond Construct. They’ve chosen “Generic” from their recent offering “DXC2” out now via Australian major label Greyscale Records for the purpose. The four track EP is a tasteful follow
Filmed at Old Church Studios for the Knotfest.com Pulse Of The Maggots festival stream, October Ends have shared their live rendition of “Rogues” with a couple of session musicians joining them. The track is taken from their long in the works record “Zodiac“, which is out now in all the finest of establishments.
As their new album “Zodiac” will (finally) see the light of day on 30th October, guitarist Michael Charlton has been tasked with recording a playthrough video for “Bury Me Under” for his band October Ends 1o days after the music video arrived and it seems that seven strings are enough to re-create their unruly sound.
Newcastle upon Tyne Nu-Metalcore act October Ends are looking and sounding increasingly American in 2020 with this freshly squeezed Orange Juice video for “Bury Me Under” having now officially announced that their album “Zodiac” is set for 30th October. Recorded during 2019, they’ve already released a wealth of singles from it and will no doubt
Continuing our journey North from Warrington to Newcastle and give a mention to five piece Metalcore act October Ends. Back in 2017 they came to our attention with their EP “A New Path” and having been quietly plugging away at completing their debut full length “Zodiac” during 2019, we had expected them to go big
Still not having confirmed the date they have pencilled in for their upcoming and seemingly complete album “Zodiac“, Newcastle Metalcore quintet October Ends have instead unveiled another installment from it. Following April single “Iridescent” they’ve now dropped “Rogues” while continuing to include Japanese themed artwork on everything they put out…
As promised via social media earlier this week, Newcastle Metalcore residents October Ends have passed a music video for a brand new single called “Iridescent” to Dreambound for streaming. The unexpected news is that the track features on an album by the name of “Zodiac“, their as yet release date to be confirmed debut full
Newcastle upon Tyne Metalcore quintet October Ends will be dropping a new single by the name of “Iridescent” on 24th April via Dreambound. The band unleashed four singles last year in follow up to their 2017 debut EP “A New Path” as well as a tribute to the dearly departed Chester Bennington in “From The
Featuring a series of guest vocalists, October Ends are streaming two versions of new single “Devil’s Den”. The first sees the band joined by rapper Arva, while the second sees Arva remix the track with Ronin Clan. Incase you missed it, October Ends have album “A New Path” out now.