Earlier this week Sheffield Shredders Malevolence shared pictures of themselves working on their next album, which is exactly the kind of good news that we wanted to hear in 2021. Drummer Charlie Thorpe takes us through the drum rig the band will be using for the release, a Tama Starclassic and then gives us a
Tag: Self Supremacy
A full multi cam pro-shot set that sees Sheffield shredders Malevolence in their element at The Sound Of Revolution in 2019 in Effenaar, Eindhoven, The Netherlands has been let loose by Nick Tronckoe Media and includes “Condemned To Misery“, “Slave To Satisfaction” and “Self Supremacy“. If you haven’t already (and why wouldn’t you?!) the band
Seven years ago, 2013 saw Sheffield Shredders Malevolence land the first punch of their career with their debut album “Reign of Suffering“. A prizer fighter of a band in the bare knuckle boxing underground Metal circuit, they quickly developed a reputation for a high energy live show with their sound that blends Metal and Hardcore.
A second full set from Sheffield Shredders Malevolence in Sydney Australia saw them at the Metro Theatre the day after they played the Landsdowne Hotel. That was 18th January as they landed down under for Invasion Fest 2020 and then played a clean sweep of shows around it. 24th April will see their new EP
Filmed by Daniel Priess with additional Live footage Moritz Hartmann, Sheffield Shredders Malevolence have removed the dust sheet from the second single from their upcoming EP “The Other Side” which will be released on 24th April 24th via MLVLTD Music. Pre-orders are available here.
17th January saw Sheffield Shredders Malevolence at the Landsdowne Hotel in Sydney Australia with Terror, Primitive Beast and Speed, having travelled down under for Invasion Fest 2020. Here’s the pro-shot full set. 24th April will see them unveil “The Other Side” which fingers crossed is just a teaser for a new full length.
Tomorrow will see not only a brand new single with a music video but also pre-orders for the upcoming new EP “The Other Side” from Malevolence. The rumours are rife that as Knocked Loose did with “Mistakes Like Fractures“, that this new release is just a teaser for a full length album to follow shortly
Friday 28th February is going to see the first new material from Sheffield Shredders Malevolence since their hugely successful, critically acclaimed and simply bloody brilliant album “Self Supremacy” . The band have announced a three track EP entitled “The Otherside” for 24th April, a week after their appearances at Fury Fest in Manchester and London and
Part insider knowledge, part “they are way past due”, Revolver Magazine have published their “25 Most Anticipated Albums of 2020” which has a couple of surprises on it. Who has heard of Dena Dentata? Puscifer continues to baffle and we’d never had had them marked as fans of Red Fang. But they are. So… We
Metal Noise have been at 34 (yes, thirty four) shows in 2019 so our Top #5 live bands of the year takes into account every one that we’ve seen and no-one we haven’t. Just go and check out our “Grand Tour” page or our live reviews if you want validation that this list only includes