Originating in Faro, Portugal and relocating to London, Progressive Death Metal quartet Sphinx are a beast of Pacific Rim status. The quartet debuted “Immortal” in 2017, an album not only strongly influenced by old school technical Death Metal acts but also by a love of videogames, fables and paying attention to the finest of details
Sunderland Progressive Death Metallers Nexvila have announced a trio of dates with Strains. The band are supporting current release “Aseity: I” which is out now! There are an array of quality support bands on each of the bills so well worth checking out! 31/10 Manchester, Satan’s Hollow (Strains only) 1/11 Sheffield, Mulberry Tavern 2/11 Southampton,
With their annual Techabilitation event at London’s New Cross Inn just around the corner on 11th November, UK Tech-Fest have announced an all day event in Derby in January! Taking place at The Hairy Dog on 26th, it will feature the talents of Ingested, Nexilva, Valis Ablaze, Borders, Voices From The Fuselage, Sertraline, The Parallax
Saturday 3rd November will see a half-dayer at The Lounge in Camden with Nexilva, Strains, Harbinger, Itself Timeless, Sphinx and Familiar Spirit (debut show!) on the bill. That’s 6 bands for £10 at Camden’s newest venue! What more could you possibly want! It’s a deal, it’s a steal, it’s the sale of the Metal century!
Vienna/Berlin based Metalcore crew The Art of Fading have released a music video for upcoming single “Sphinx”. It’s the bands first release since 2016 and will be able via bandcamp shortly. Now news on a new EP though on the quality of this, it won’t be long.