Tag: The Agonist

Review: “Life In The City” by Demise Of The Crown

Montreal Quebec Canada residents Demise of the Crown recorded their self-titled debut album in early 2015 at Uplift studios with Slaves on Dope guitarist Kevin Jardine guitarist. A combination of Metal styles that seamlessly cross the decade before it’s writing with a modern edge and classic roots it’s a fine piece of work. This time

NEWS: Stay Down ask for “No More Lies”!

Getting the full music video treatment, “No More Lies” is the second single after “Truth in Freedom” to follow their 2018 debut EP “My Way” from female fronted Czech Republic Hardcore band Stay Down. If you’re a fan of Arch Enemy or The Agonist┬áthen look no further, we’re expecting the album that follows to be

Review: “Unlimited Energy” by Karmatik

Nominated at the Gala GAMIQ in the “Best Metal Album 2019” category eventually won by “Angry Undead” by The Flaying and with Mixing and mastering at The Grid Studio by Christian Donaldson (Cryptopsy, The Agonist, Beneath the Massacre, Beyond Creation) the sophomore album from Quebec Canada residents Karmatik is a critically acclaimed beast from May.

NEWS: The Agonist get bloody!

Doesn’t time fly? It only seems like yesterday that we were listening to the debut of Vicky Psarakis in The Agonist as she replaced Alissa White-Gluz but with the release of “Orphans” seven weeks ago, Psarakis has been in the band for four years! From her third album in the line-up, the band have released

Bootleg: “Judgement (And Punishment)” from Jinjer!

Filmed in San Antonio Texas at The Rock Box on 21st September, here’s “Judgement (and Punishment)” from Ukraine’s finest export Jinjer. They will be joined by Canadians The Agonist for a European Tour in November with new album “Macro” appearing via Napalm Records on 25th October. That’s “Macro” following “Micro”…

Review: “Old Stardust, Love, and Chaos” by Juliet Ruin

Edmonton, capital of Canada’s Alberta province, sits on the North Saskatchewan River and is home to Juliet Ruin. Comprising Kent Geislinger with Guitars and Vocals, Jesse Bauman with Drums, Jess Ruin with Lead Vocals, Wesley Rands with Guitars and Cody Reid with Bass and Backing Vocals, the band have dabbled with low tuned 7 string

NEWS: Jinjer announce “Macro” after “Micro”?!

Ukraine’s finest export Jinjer have now made it official. The follow up to their EP “Micro” will be called “Macro” and will appear prior to their European Tour on 25th October via Napalm Records! The album will feature new single “Judgement & Punishment” while the tour will now see them joined by The Agonist, who

Review: “World War X” by Carnifex

The Seventh studio album from Carnifex has been one we’ll promoted by Nuclear Blast in the build up to it’s appearance. It’s easy for a band that has reached this stage in their career to be cruelly ignored under some misguided notion that they don’t need any help in promoting their album and spreading the

Bootleg: Arch Enemy in Moscow!

When Alissa White-Gluz of The Agonist joined Swedish Death Metallers Arch Enemy to replace to iconic Angela Gossow back in 2014 there was a collective holding of breath. But to be fair to her, White-Gluz has proved herself over her pair of albums and countless shows. Pro-Shot on 15th July at Green Concert Club in

Interview: Carnifex talk “World War X” #5!

Having released a pair of singles in album title track “World War X” and “No Light Shall Save Us”, the later of which features Alissa White-Gluz of Arch Enemy and formerly The Agonist, Scott Ian Lewis returns to talk about working with Blake Armstrong on the artwork for the Seventh studio album from his band┬áCarnifex,