A new video for “Homicide” by Sammy SlamDance has appeared via Pure Core. Originally released in January 2020, the track is a cover of a cut by Logic featuring Eminem and continues the plethora of Deathcore covers from the prolific Sam Schneider. This one also features a guest appearance from Tyler Quillen.
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Back in September 2109 Nashville Tennessee Deathcore collective Interpreter dropped the crushingly heavy single “Welcome Home“, not surprisingly mixed and mastered by Sammy SlamDance. To celebrate the birthday of guitarist Storm Jett, they have allowed him out of the damp basement to record this guitar playthrough for the track, which appears in its original form
Back once again with a other cover, Sammy SlamDance is joined by Columbus Conley with guitars and bass for a version of “OCD” by Californian Deathcore heavyweights Suicide Silence. A Mitch Lucker favourite it’s a fitting tribute to a fallen hero. It’s time to get brewtal!
Nashville Tennessee Deathcore collective Abyss Walker who feature Sammy SlamDance in their ranks want to take you through a journey. A journey into the World of a Bipolar individual going though mood swings, daily thought process, med swaps, withdrawal symptoms and side effects… “Bipolar”
What are the chances of Mudvayne reuniting and returning to the stage in 2020 with August marking the 20th Anniversary of their seminal debut album “L.D. 50”? When you have the now Hellyeah frontman Chad Gray making comments like these anything is possible. Especially when his guitarist and former Nothingface man Tom Maxwell says that
And just when you thought it was safe, Sammy SlamDance has returned with another early 2000’s era Metal cover! This time out The Agony Scene are paid tribute to with “Scapegoat” from their one and only Major label album “The Darkest Red” getting the full treatment from Norman Ragan III on bass and guitars and
The artist formerly known as Rich Chigga, Rich Brian burst out of Indonesia with a hip-hop track “Day $tick” in 2016 and taking the concept of the Fearless Records long playing series “Punk Goes Pop” to Deathcore, Sammy SlamDance is going to be releasing his very own version. Entitled “White People Ruin Everything: Rap Goes