Tag: Penny Coffin

Review: “Self Titled” by BrainBath

The rising New Wave Of Scottish Death Metal continues to grow like an oncoming storm with bands like Penny Coffin and Chestcrush joining already established acts like Scordatura and Hellripper helping to resurrect the once considered corpse of a genre, injecting new blood and fresh ideas that are once again building the scene and momentum

Bootleg: “Finality” from Penny Coffin!

Part Greek part Scottish all Death Metal quartet Penny Coffin have been building the mountain with live shows a plenty in recent times and have shared a rendition of “Finality” from their set at Tooth ‘n Claw in Inverness on 14th May for your viewing pleasure. The cut is from their recently released Dry Cough

Bootleg: “Bootlicker” from Penny Coffin!

Cut from the set that Penny Coffin played at Glasgow Audio on 23rd April, “Bootlicker” has surfaced shortly after the first anniversary of the release of the bands debut EP “ΤΕΦΡΑ”,  pronounced “Tefra” and meaning human ashes, in Greek. The show was sold out as the Scottish and Greek Death Metal opened for Scordatura and

Exclusive Interview: 20 Questions with… Penny Coffin!

Two EPs down and Scottish Greek Death Metallers Penny Coffin are fast making a name for themselves in the Underground Metal scene from which they have arisen to plague us. Celebrating the arrival of not only “ΣΚΕΛΕΤΙΚΟ ΣΚΟΤΑΔΙ” (Greek for “Skeletal Darkness“) but also the release of both EPs (the other being “ΤΕΦΡΑ” or “Ashes” pronounced

Review: “ΣΚΕΛΕΤΙΚΟ ΣΚΟΤΑΔΙ” by Penny Coffin

If there is one thing that being locked in the heat of the eternal fires of a hellish tormented confinement helps nurture, it is creativity and to that end just nine months after Scottish Greek Death Metal quartet Penny Coffin released their debut EP “ΤΕΦΡΑ” (or “Ashes” pronounced “Tefra”), they have returned with a sophomore recording

Listmania: New Years Day Honours List 2021!

We reached a lot of milestone markers in the success of Metal Noise in 2021 and while we weren’t able to bring you anywhere near as many live reviews as we’d hoped for or any summer Festival coverage (for obvious reasons), there were some real bucket list moments chalked off, including our fly on the

Review: “Self Titled” by The Vulture

You’ve got to have respect for any band who simply state in their bio “We play Death Metal” as The Vulture on social media and on bandcamp. It’s the kind of straight and to the point talk that everyone can get behind in terms of self-description. Their Witches brew of a self released debut EP

Exclusive Interview: Penny Coffin talk writing and recording!

Last week saw the release of “ΤΕΦΡΑ” (pronounced “Tefra” and meaning human ashes, in Greek), the debut EP from Scottish and Greek Death Metal trio Penny Coffin to much fanfare, from us at least as not only did we review the beast but we also interviewed the creators of Frankenstein’s’ Monster as well – and

Exclusive Interview: Penny Coffin talk “ΤΕΦΡΑ”!

The notorious homeless shelters of Victorian London is where Scottish and Greek Death Metal trio Penny Coffin take their name and in their debut EP “ΤΕΦΡΑ” (pronounced “Tefra” and meaning human ashes, in Greek) they have crossed our palms with silver. Formed during the Great Plague Daniel Paton (guitars and vocals), Joseph Edward Kelly (guitars,

Review: “ΤΕΦΡΑ” by Penny Coffin

Pronounced “Tefra” and meaning human ashes, in Greek “ΤΕΦΡΑ” marks the debut offering to the Metal Gods from Penny Coffin, a Scottish and Greek Death Metal trio comprising Daniel Paton (guitars and vocals), Joseph Edward Kelly (guitars, vocals and bass) and Panagiotis Rodopoulos who you may know from his work in Bionic Origin and Dominicide