Tag: Spite

NEWS: Impericon Never Say Die Tour back in 2021!

One piece of good news is that the Impericon Never Say Die Tour will be back in November 2021 with five UK dates. The line up is double stacked with Australian Progressive Metalcore titans Polaris headlining and joined by Emmure, Currents, Spite, Invent Animate, Gravemind and Stepson taking the other slots. 9th London, Electric Ballroom

NEWS: Marked;Life enter the “Saferoom”!

Ever wondered what a Progressive Nu-Metal band sounds like? Look no further that Phoenix Arizona quintet Marked;Life. The We Are Triumphant singings have dropped just their third single entitled “Saferoom” with previous tracks “Just Deaf” and “Loner Wolf” racking up 111k worth of Spotify streams between them. Prior to lockdown they shared stages with Carried

NEWS: “Elctric Body” from Darko!

Who doesn’t love a side project? Premiering their first single “Divine Void” earlier this week, Darko, a new band featuring Emmure drummer Josh Miller and Tom Barber of Chelsea Grin have returned with “Elctric Body“. They’ve tapped up Errick Easterday (Varials, Kublai Khan, Knocked Loose) to create this video for the single which was mixed by Matt Thomas.

NEWS: Garrett Miranda suffers “A New Degree of Misery”!

Unveiling his third single since October 2019, multi-instrumentalist Garrett Miranda has tapped up Cody Fuentes of Spite to put down some vocals on “A New Degree of Misery“. Miranda play bass, guitars and vocals having previously played in Plague of Purity and Defiants while his previous two singles “Spiritual Death” and “Broken Memories” feature drumming from Josh Miller

NEWS: Deathcore Supergroup Darko Debut Single!

A new band featuring Emmure drummer Josh Miller and Tom Barber of Chelsea Grin dubbed Darko have landed their first single. Entitled “Divine Void” it features a guest appearance from Darius Tehrani of Spite, which begs the question is Darko named after the 2001 Science Fiction psychological thriller film written and directed by Richard Kelly

Bootleg: Spite in Lakewood Ohio!

That’s correct. We’ve used a 2018 tour poster for this freshly put together pro-shot live set from Spite at The Foundry Concert Club in Lakewood Ohio that took place on 10th March 2020. It comes courtesy of Leo Sypniewski and includes “Reign In Hell“, “Kill Or Be Killed” and “Judgement Day” and was just three

Playthrough: Full set from Spite!

That’s right. 197 Media have thrown out footage from a dedicated drum cam trained on Spite sticksman Cody Fuentes during their earlier showcased Pro-Shot full set from Chain Reaction in Anaheim California on 15th February. The ongoing “The Root Of All Evil” tour for the album of the same name has another month to run,

Bootleg: Spite at Chain Reaction!

Pro-Shot at the iconic Chain Reaction in Anaheim California on 15th February 2020, here’s a full set from Spite courtesy of 197 Media. The Bay Area Deathcore heavyweights have “The Root Of All Evil” out now via Stay Sick Recordings. How they made Alternative Press up and coming Deathcore acts after 5 years and a

Review: “Let It Take Its Course” by Orthodox

Orthodox are a band who are leading the charge out of Nashville Tennessee along with the likes of Chamber and have played shows on the under card of the main event with the likes of Left Behind, Spite and Knocked Loose since their 2017 label debut “Sounds of Loss”. They’ve gathered a rabid fan base

Bootleg: “Drown Me” from Spite!

If the love of money is the root of all evil and all wrongdoing can be traced to an excessive attachment to material wealth, then does a love of Spite trace back to a love of Deathcore? Filmed at “The Root Of All Evil” release show, here’s “Drown Me” from the Deathcore heavy hitters. The