Not knowing who they were, we were introduced to Canadian Progressive Metallers Protest The Hero in the best possible way, as a support act at a live show as they toured Europe in support of debut album “Kezia” something like fifteen years ago. We were hooked by the concept album that tells the tale of
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Who doesn’t like Canadian Progressive Metallers Protest The Hero? Fresh from “A Peaceful Annihilation“, Tiberius frontman Grant Barclay has shown his appreciation of his heroes with a vocal cover of “From The Sky” from their new album “Palimpsest“, something which we’d love them to flesh out into a full band cover. Perhaps when they finally
Before the internet super highway was a thing veteran grind musicians Dave Witte (Burnt by the Sun, Human Remains) and Chris Dodge (Spazz) devise an unconventional alliance, accomplishing the recording of an album via back-and-forth tape trading, literally sending four track tapes FedEx from the East to the West Coast of North America for their
Taking a slightly unorthodox route, Canadian Progressive Metallers Red Handed Denial asked fans to e-mail in questions for them to get together and do a group chat about. So when Lauren Babic auditioned for the band, she nailed a cover of “Bloodmeat” by Protest The Hero and scared away someone else who auditioned. Who knew?
One of several older live shows that have been resurfacing of late is this little beauty. Canadian Progressive Metallers Protest The Hero on their “Fortress” World tour, playing their sophomore album in full in 2008. Who could ask for more? Technical Progressive Metal at its finest with piano interludes its is one that is highly
There is now a little under a month to UK Tech-Fest, one of the highlights of the summer with a varied line-up of bands from all corners of the globe converging on Newark Showgrounds for four days of wall to wall Metal! We caught up with Faces of Eve for an exclusive interview to get
You read that right. For the second year running the UK Tech-Fest organisers have been left to find a “secret” headliner with the news, announced earlier today that Protest The Hero have been forced to cancel their remaining “Fortress” anniversary dates due to vocal issues. You can read all about that over at The PRP.
Continuing to build the hype for their current “Redeemer” anniversary tour with Protest The Hero (also on an anniversary run with “Fortress”), Loathe and Cyclmn, Norma Jean performed an acoustic cut of “Self Employed Chemist” from their peach of an album “Anti Mother” for Alternative Press. The UK dates for the tour start on 6th July and will
Building the hype around Norma Jean‘s “Redeemer” anniversary tour with Protest The Hero (themselves on an anniversary run for “Fortress”), Cyclmn & Loathe, Alternative Press spoke to guitarist Jeff Hickey about style and influence. And you get to listen to him play some Green Day. “Dookie” anyone?
UK Tech-Fest have made their 3rd festival line-up announcement with an additional 23 bands added to the already stella line-up! From our speculation and advanced knowledge article yesterday only Heart Of A Coward have been added, which means the organizers are holding back some choice acts. The festival also has two nominations for upcoming awards,