The coastline seems to be an inspiring place to spend your days with many a band hailing from places that the rest of us may only have the opportunity to visit on a bright summers day for an ice cream and a paddle. One such band are Brighton residents The Aphelion, who take their name
The Aphelion is the point in the orbit of an object where it is farthest from the Sun. As with most astrological terms, the word aphelion derives from Greek, apo meaning away, off, apart and Helios meaning Sun. That makes for a cool sounding band name for a Metalcore act hailing from Brighton England, who
Eindhoven Netherlands Metalcore heroes The Royal have shared a second live cut from their 2018 Japan tour with “Feeding Wolves“! Interestingly the notes with this one promote the album of that tour “Seven” and not their current Long Branch Records released album “Deathwatch“. The band enjoyed 1.1 million Spotify streams in 2019 and are expected
Filmed during their 2018 Japanese tour at The Garrett in Tokyo, here’s “Wildmind” from Eindhoven Metalcore act The Royal. They dropped “Deathwatch” back in March but is it a condender for our top 5 albums of the year? You’ll have to wait and see!
They may not have been announced officially by UK Tech-Fest themselves as yet but The Royal told us at MetalNoise.Net that they were playing the festival when we met after their London headlining show last month. So here it is in writing for the naysayers. There will be 3x UK dates on The Royal’s co-headlining
Eindhoven Netherlands natives and Metalcore monsters The Royal have a prize pair of albums out at the minute and are making a name for themselves with a killer live show. They’ve just put out part #2 of their EU/UK tour diary for your viewing pleasure and we’ve included the prequal to the sequel below. Check
Camden’s The Black Heart is tonight’s venue, unassuming and without signage, at most 100 people could fill the place. Hertfordshire’s Faces Of Eve open tonight’s set with frontman Benjamin Black donned the theatrical half and half mask as seen in the video for ‘Rail/Grit/Line”. The band play through a set covering off material from their debut
Eindhoven Netherlands Melodic Metalcore crew The Royal were one of the surprise highlights of Tech-Fest 2017. Their current album “Seven” is an Underground Metal gem. They’ve announced a Headlining European and UK tour of intimate venues with support From From Once We Came as well as venue specific opening bands. The UK dates are in