Tag: Peace In Our Time

NEWS: “No Love Lost” for Frantic State?

Utilizing the skills of Joe Guppy, Leicester Hardcore act Frantic State have given the World an insight into touring life in a Van with a video for “No Love Lost“. It will be the last we hear of them for a few months as they turn to concentrating on writing their next record…  

Review: “Peace In Our Time” EP by Frantic State

Taking their inspiration from the London and New York Hardcore scenes and infusing the styles like their own blend of tea to create their own sound are Leicester Hardcore mob Frantic State. Recorded at Studio 6 in Swindon and Mixed and Mastered by Stu Mckay, “Peace In Our Time” is the bands fourth EP since

Review: “Worldwide Negative” by Krysthla

The highly anticipated follow-up to 2017’s critically acclaimed “Peace In Our Time” from Northampton Metallers Krysthla is one that was recorded at Initiate Audio and Media Recording Studios with Guitarist Neil Hudson at the helm as not only the Producer but also handling the Engineering, Mixing and Mastering duties. That fact can only mean that

The Black Map #63: Frantic State from Leicester!

Heading from Blackpool to the Midlands and Leicester, it’s time to introduce Frantic State! Managing to pull together the London and New York City Hardcore styles while crossing over into Thrash, the quartet are working on their sophomore EP “Peace In Our Time” which will be coming soon to a headset near you via Guillotine

Bootleg: Krysthla in Vilnius!

Pro-Shot at the Rock River Club in the capital of Lithuania Vilnius, here’s a full set from Northampton Metal quintet Krysthla! The show was part of a run they did in support of Vader. Their third album “Worldwide Negative” is well on the way! In the meantime, “Peace In Our Time” is out now!

The Black Map #41: Krysthla from Wellingborough!

A large market town 11 miles from Northampton, Wellingborough was established in the Anglo-Saxon period with the name “Wendelingburgh” as a place surrounded by five wells. Appearing on the towns coat of arms, Redwell, Witche’s Well, Lady’s Well, Hemmingwell and Whytewell each have a place in the towns history. In 1959, the residents awoke to