Tag: Sliptrick Records

NEWS: Spektrvm make thinker’s Metal?

Vocalist Thanos Zabetakis, bassist Michael Pouliezos, drummer Lyo Panagiotopoulos and axe wielding duo George Zikas and Nicholas Dhamo, better known as Greek Metal group Spektrvm, have released a second single “Trying To Breathe” to follow “Leviathan” from their forthcoming album “Blood For Heaven“. The band have inked a deal with Sliptrick Records for that to

Review: “Imperious” by Inexorable

At the beginning of December 2021 Inexorable caught our attention with the debut EP “Immortal“, a three track effort featuring a cover of “California Uber Alles” by Dead Kennedys as vocalist Matt Alleger and multi instrumentalist Dustin Smith (Guitars, Bass, Drums) found their feet, style and direction as a new band beginning a journey of creation in Metal. Rising

Review: “Revelations” by Doubting Thompson

It’s been a whirlwind five years for multi instrumentalist Jeff Thompson (vocals, bass, guitars, drums) as he has brought to the King’s table a trio of EPs under the moniker Doubting Thompson that have culminated in the career milestone of joining the Sliptrick Records roster alongside the likes of Bury The Kingdom and Bleed Again.

NEWS: Kill All The Gentlemen create metaphors with snakes?

The task at hand for Devon Blackened Death Metallers Kill All The Gentlemen is simple. They want to see circle pits. So to that end they’ve written “Black Canvas” and shared a classic lyric video for “Snakes” from it via label home Sliptrick Records in order to tempt you to get involved when they perform

The Black Map #200: Kill All The Gentlemen from Devon!

A band we described as the Kings of United Kingdom Blackened Death Metal when we reviewed their new album “Black Canvas“, Kill All The Gentlemen are a band worthy of note, their blend of extreme and melodic heavy metal gritty and intense while also being rich and harmonic and there aren’t many who can make

NEWS: Kill All The Gentlemen sin and sin again?

There is no two ways about it, for any Metal band, covering a cut like “It’s A Sin” by the Pet Shop Boys is a move with a certain amount of risk to it. But the fans voted in a public poll so the Kill All The Gentlemen had no choice and fortunately they put their

Review: “Black Canvas” by Kill All The Gentlemen

After the success of their 2018 debut album “The Loss and the Rapture” returning to the tried, trusted and noteworthy producer Chris Fielding (Boss Keloid, Urne, Conan) of Foel Studio to mix and master sophomore effort “Black Canvas” wasn’t something which required much thought from Kill All The Gentlemen as they sought to build on

NEWS: Kill All The Gentlemen return for Medusa!

Crossing the Worlds of Black and Death Metal, Devon’s Kill All The Gentlemen have announced that 2022 will be their year with the first material from upcoming new album “Black Canvas” rising from the depths. That comes in the form of single “Eyes For Medusa” which features a guest vocal appearance from Grace Gillan and tells

Review: “Horizon” by Crowdown

It’s not often that a debut EP will have as solid a team behind it as this but “Horizon” was recorded and mixed at Grindlab Studios in Vienna, Austria with Harry Gandler, also know for his work as the guitarist of Mastic Scum before being mastered by Patrick W. Engel who produced albums with Heaven

Review: “Resurgence” by Bleed Again

Having received widespread critical acclaim for not only their debut album “Momentum” which was released Worldwide via Sliptrick Records in 2017 but also for it’s follow up in EP “Transition” two years later, Brighton Metalcore merchants Bleed Again might have felt a certain amount of pressure going into the recording of their sophomore album “Resurgence”