What more can we say about Old Wharf that we haven’t already said? Who doesn’t like a hometown throwdown with a Beatdown Deathcore act? Filmed at The Giffard Arms in their native Wolverhampton on 27th July 2019, here’s the gents hammering out “Reside” in fine form. 2020 might not be that old but they’ve already
Now calling themselves a “Hybrid Beatdown” act – that’s an infusion of Metalcore, Hardcore, Slam, Deathcore and of course Beatdown – Wolverhampton crew Old Wharf have unleashed their fourth single since their debut EP “Reside“. Entitled “Words Of A Snake” the track is dedicated to anyone who has had lies spread about them, stories made
Whether it’s the wealth of Metal bands at the moment or the increased ease of recording and releasing quality material independently to streaming services, the shorter format of the Extended Play seems to have been a resurgent force in 2019. Some bigger names have recorded in the short form to tide them over between albums
Continuing the steady flow of singles since their debut EP “Reside”, Wolverhampton Beatdown Hardcore crew Old Wharf have landed the haymaker that is “R.E.S.P.E.C.T.” and no, no, no it ain’t no version of the Aretha Franklin hit penned by Ottis Reading. As hilariously funny as that would be.
Wolverhampton Beatdown Deathcore crew Old Wharf are joined by Bound In Fear and Sunfall vocalist Ben Mason for the second single to pop in champagne cork eye spliting style since their debut EP “Reside”. The new cut is entitled “I Am Plague” and follows “Porcelain Hearts”, both of which are your classic sub 3 minute