Tag: Shame

Review: “What We Saw Before The Darkness” by Jumpman

Last month we had the pleasure of reviewing double “A” side single “Shame” as Watford duo Jumpman prepared to unleash a new EP on an unsuspecting World. An experimental hardcore duo of Eliot Foster on Lead vocals and guitar Tom Cole on guitar who we lovingly call a “Nintendocore” band with a broad range of

Review: “Shame” by Jumpman

We first caught a glimpse of what Jumpman, an experimental hardcore duo of Eliot Foster on Lead vocals and guitar Tom Cole on guitar who like to blend hardcore punk, tech-metal and 8-bit chiptune synths, when they played a show in support of Faces of Eve at Reading Facebar last August. We called them a

The Black Map #84: Shame from Bedford!

A Metalcore band established this very year, citing influences including Crystal Lake, Humanities Last Breath and Code Orange from Bedfordshire seems an unlikely choice for today’s entry in The Black Map of The UK Underground Metal Scene. But the quality of recent singles “Dead Tired” and “Corpser”, both produced, mixed and mastered by Dan Kerr