Back in September, Conjurer were playing some shows stateside with Revocation, Voivod, Psycroptic and Skeletal Remains, building in the foundations of their critically acclaimed album “Mire” and spreading the word about “Curse These Metal Hands“, their collaboration with Pijn. As ever, outside Reggies in Chicago Illinois, the digital tour bus cameras were once again rolling
Back for 2020, in the fourth installment of a new series we’ve got Weaponry vocalist Al Bristow to talk about some of the lesser lights of heaven in the Metal scene. You know, the ones who never got the credit they deserved?! Well… except this time out, when following on from InMe, Jamie Lenman &
The phenomenal rise of Conjurer after their critically acclaimed album “Mire” has been nothing short of astonishing. When they stopped outside Reggies in Chicago Illinois and let the Digital Tour Bus cameras into their motorcade, it has to be some sort of career milestone moment! That was 16th September and with their collaboration with Pijn
The Mike James Rock Show caught up with Conjurer at Download Festival! Their collaborative album with Pijn entitled “Curse These Metal Hands” is on the way as the band continue to ride the wave of their hard work and success with the critically acclaimed “Mire” out now via Holyroar Records!
The first of what appears to be four preceeding singles for the upcoming collaborative album between Pijn and Conjurer entitled “Curse These Metal Hands” has arrived! In lyric video format, the song is “High Spirits” and comes with the news of pre-orders being available here.
Conjurer recorded a collaborative in February with Pijn entitled “Curse These Metal Hands” which will see release on 16th August via Holyroar Records. The process of writing and recording was documented in this interesting short called “Curse This Metal” and it sounds like it’s going to be a blast. Conjurer will be at ArcTanGent this
Having witnessed Manchester Hardcore trio Leeched deliver a skull crushing performance at UK Tech-Fest this summer, it seemed only fitting that we review their debut full length album which appeared on 24th August via Prosthetic Records. Formed in 2017, the band have made great strides in a short space of time and “You took the