Tag: Tech-Fest

Bootleg: Vale Of Pnath in Ohio!

May 2019 saw the third studio album from Denver Colorado Technical Death Metallers Vale Of Pnath bust our ear drums with its intensely bleak hostilities. They’re a band we’ve love to see at Tech-Fest this summer as they ride high on the crest of the wave of “Accursed“. You can pick up the album over

The Black Map #88: Blind Summit from Manchester!

After a week away in Edinburgh, we return to Manchester for some Progressive Metal and to check out the work of Alfie Angelini (Vocals), Carl Murphy (Guitars), Tom Wakelin (Bass), Joe Clarkson (Guitar) and Will Windsor (Drums) in Blind Summit. A couple of weeks ago they premiered their first new material since their 2018 debut

Listmania: Metal Noise Top #5 Most Anticipated Releases of 2020!

The Metal Noise Award Season is in full swing with our short lists appearing daily between Christmas and New Year that look both back upon the Metal World of 2019 and forward to what 2020 may bring. Today we’re looking at our Top 5 Most Anticipated Releases of 2020, which actually includes more than one

Listmania: Metal Noise Top #5 Live Bands of 2019!

Metal Noise have been at 34 (yes, thirty four) shows in 2019 so our Top #5 live bands of the year takes into account every one that we’ve seen and no-one we haven’t. Just go and check out our “Grand Tour” page or our live reviews if you want validation that this list only includes

NEWS: Tech-Fest 2020 line-up announcement #1!

After what seems like eternity, Tech-Fest have announced their first wave of bands just in time for Christmas and it includes some seriously heavy bands including a UK Exclusive show from Fit For An Autopsy who dropped in “The Sea Of Tragic Beasts” a condender for our albums of the year shortlist! The announcement in

NEWS: Eminent take on a Lamb Of God classic!

Who doesn’t like Lamb Of God? How many of Reese’s Pieces can you fit in a bathtub? Who will be playing Tech-Fest in 2020? These are the questions that keep us awake at night. At last year’s incarnation of Tech-Fest Harbinger took to the afterparty stage as Slam Of God having previously played as Slamtera

Review: “Alone” EP by Oni

As big fans of November 2016’s Josh Wilbur (Lamb of God, Gojira) produced and armor-plated debut album “Ironshore” from Canadian Progressive Metallers Oni and having witnessed their full on onslaught at Tech-Fest the following summer, the future looked incredibly bright and beautiful for them. There has however been a hiatus of sorts before this near

Bootleg: The Acacia Strain in Lakewood Ohio!

Including “Holy Walls Of The Vatican“, “The Hills Have Eyes” and “Tactical Nuke” here’s a Pro-Shot full set from The Acacia Strain at The Phantasy Nite Club in Lakewood Ohio on 8th November courtesy of Leo Sypniewski! A surprise and very welcome headliner at Tech-Fest 2018, the Connecticut Deathcore monsters enjoyed 6.9 million Spotify streams