Tag: SikTh

Review: “Cannibal” by Bury Tomorrow

Our first introduction to South Coast Metalcore heroes Bury Tomorrow came with 2014’s sophomore album “Runes” and more specifically single “Man On Fire“. Adverts for the “Runes” tour were splashed all over the back of Metal Hammer Magazine and the first bite as they say was with the eye. They looked the part and the

Review: “For The Sick” by Red Method

“The Method was painted with his own blood. The Method is Red. We are Red Method and we are coming to make our mark“. Claiming a styles of Metal, Heavy Metal, Tech Metal, Death Metal and even Progressive Metal can be found in their sound, Jeremy Gomez (Vocals), Alex Avdis (Keyboards/ Samples), Fred Myers (Drums),

NEWS: Hacktivist return to spit fire with “Dogs Of War”!

Taking lyrical inspiration in part from a series of talks by Mark Passio and George Orwell’s themes of “Double Think” and “News Speak”, Hacktivist have followed up their Prodigy cover with a brand new single entitled “Dogs Of War”. What’s more, the tune is accompanied by the news that Milton Keynes DJentlemen will be hitting

NEWS: The Silence Between Us write “Dear Dad”!

Mastered by former SikTh vocalist Justin Hill (Betraying the Martyrs, Heart of a Coward, Polar) Venice, Italian quartet The Silence Between Us have released a video for new song “Dear Dad”. The Melodic Deathcore crew have a new EP in the works called “Nails”. Here’s what they had to say about the song “Dear Dad”

Documentary: Reprogrammed by Hacktivist!

Having unleashed new song “Reprogram”, their first with new (ish) 8 string merchant James Hewitt a couple of weeks back, Milton Keynes Rap DJent crew Hacktivist have let us have a sneak peak behind the scenes of the video shoot. Vocal duo Jot Maxi and J Hurley were both photographed in recording sessions with former

The Black Map #54: Derange from London!

Female fronted Metal bands have been on the rise of late. Not just ones with ladies demonstrating some vocal prowess with epic cleans either. Coming in from all around the Globe, Butcher Babies, Feelament, Jinjer, Devilskin and Infected Rain to name but a few, have all shone with real quality in different Metal sub-genres, showing

NEWS: Hacktivist take to flight with “Spitfire”!

Hacktivist have continued their return from the brink with a tribute to the sadly departed Keith Flint and The Prodigy. They’re joined by Valentina Reptile for a version of “Spitfire” accompanied by a mashup of tour footage and aircraft work in an interesting video. They’ve been in the studio with former SikTh vocalist Justin Hill

Riff Police! Pull Over! #42: Underside Vs Avenged Sevenfold!

Avenged Sevenfold lifting *ahem* being influenced by Metallica is pretty common knowledge. Why? Because it’s so blatantly obvious! To be fair, they’ve got a wealth of decent material of their own and they created a decent song around that Metallica riff. “Unholy Confessions” is a fans favourite and has all the trademarks of the classic

NEWS: SikTh Announce May Masterclasses!

Following their successful London Masterclass last year, Progressive Tech-Metal pioneers SikTh have announced a further 6 Masterclasses for May! Drummer Dan Foord, Bassist James Leach and Guitarist Dan Weller will all take part in taking the a journey through the creation of their iconic debut album “The Trees Are Dead & Dried Out, Wait For