Tag: Subliminal Criminals

NEWS: Stray From The Path! November!

Continuing the “Euthanasia” World-ish tour, the United Kingdom will see Make Them Suffer, Void Of Vision and Knosis will join Stray From The Path in November for six shows, meaning that drummer Craig Reynolds will have at least a couple of fresh interviews for the award winning Downbeat Podcast…

Documentary: Stray From The Path Japan tour vlog!

Europe, Australia and now Japan, these are the World(ish) Tour vlogs of Stray From The Path drummer extraordinare Craig Reynolds, who also happens to be the host of The Downbeat Podcast. Where does he find the time? Like JJ Peters, he’s always on the hustle. He was once the drum tech for Architects and has

NEWS: Stray From The Path take “III” straight to video!

Having premiered an audio stream for the cut last week subliminal criminals Stray From The Path have resisted the temptation to premier another new track from their 9th September releasing new album “Euthanasia” and instead opted to give us a full blown music video for “III“. The band have opted for a straight to video

NEWS: Stray From The Path join forces with Will Putney!

The previously hinted at new album from Stray From The Path will officially drop on 9th September via UNFD and feature a guest vocal appearance from Jesse Barnett of Stick To Your Guns fame on one called “Bread & Roses“. Turntable action from Benno Levine will also grace one called “Ladder Work” on the Will

Bootleg: Stray From The Path at Chain Reaction!

The success of Stray From The Path following the game changing “Subliminal Criminals” has been nothing short of phenomenal and new album “Internal Atomics” keeps them at the top of their game. They’ll be in Europe in December and as of 25th October, more than half of the shows on the trek are sold out.

Review: “Internal Atomics” by Stray From The Path

If there was any doubt in the mind that Long Island New York Alternative Hardcore quartet Stray From The Path would deliver anything other than an album of Politically and Socially aware tracks of groove laiden riffs with a nod to Rage Against The Machine, then let us dispell that myth now. There is no