Tag: Suffer No Fools

The Black Map #119: Clockwork Sky from Stevenage!

Hailing from Stevenage, the first of a number of new towns built on the outskirts of London after World War II and with a population of 80k, Deathcore six piece with a trio of guitarists, Clockwork Sky specialise in the combination of eerie, haunting atmospheres, skull crushing breakdowns and a violent vocal assault. Terrorising the

Review: “Theia” by Kalahari

Recorded, mixed and mastered at Mathlab Recording Studio by Jonathan Mazzeo, “Theia” is a concept EP from Forli, Italy Melodic Death Metal quintet Kalahari, the follow up to 2018’s debut “Reburn“. Theia, a titan of ancient Greek mythology, the mother of the moon divinities, of the god of the sun and of the dawn. She

Metal Noise TV: April 2020!

So April was… Pretty much a shower free month with plenty of sunshine and everyone remaining in doors. Fortunately that didn’t stop VileGloom, Suffer No Fools and Hazzerd to name but the from dropping material and keeping us all entertained. That meant we could clock up 94 music videos for our playlist during the month. What will

Under The Influence #45: Suffer No Fools on “Meliora” by Ghost

These days credited as a solo project of Swedish singer songwriter Tobias Forge, who performs under the names Papa Emeritus and Cardinal Copia, Ghost recorded their third studio album “Meliora” back in 2015 with the title from the Latin for “the pursuit of something better“. It won a pair of Grammy Awards for both it’s lead

NEWS: Suffer No Fools head to “Egypt”!

A couple of weeks back we reviewed “We Die As We Live” by Suffer No Fools. They have released a lyric video for one of the stand out tracks in “Egypt“, a cut with some serious high grade riffs in it, worthy of the Egyptian Gods. A brilliant album from a band in their finest

Review: “We Die As We Live” by Suffer No Fools

Hailing from Ealing in Hertfordshire, DIY quartet Suffer No Fools have been playing together since 2016, releasing a string of live performances, a covers EP and their debut album “Songs For The Restless Youth” in that time. Citing influences in the likes of Metallica, Killswitch Engage and Trivium, vocalist and guitarist Ali Khan, bassist Alex