Tag: The Cranberries

NEWS: Celestial Ruin unveil “Heart Shaped Ashes”!

Celestial Ruin, from Vancouver, Canada released their new single “Heart Shaped Ashes” produced by Mike Plotnikoff (In Flames, The Cranberries) on 5th November and have now followed it up with a music video. The visual introspection tells the story of loss and the walk through the painful fire of rediscovering yourself and overcoming the past.

NEWS: Celestial Ruin return with “Heart Shaped Ashes”!

Another returning act, Vancouver Canadians Celestial Ruin have been working with producer Mike Plotnikoff (In Flames, Three Days Grace, The Cranberries) in Los Angeles California on new material, three years after their well received and critically acclaimed EP “Pandora” appeared in 2016. The song from those sessions is called “Heart Shaped Ashes” and will be

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT. Zombie Edition#2

In a first for the Vs Tuesday series, were going to pit a cover from one of our review requesters against… a more commercial offering. The song itself should need no introduction. A couple of weeks back Northern Irish Black Metal solo project Dratna released this cover of “Zombie” by The Cranberries in tribute to

NEWS: Bad Wolves play “Zombie” in June!

Bad Wolves have added a pair of shoes to their previously announced European tour to include a pair of shows to lead into their appearance at this year’s incarnation of Download Festival. The band, who feature former Divine Heresy frontman Tommy Vext and former God Forbid guitarist Doc Couple in their ranks will play those

NEWS: Three Days Grace and Bad Wolves in October!

In perhaps the strangest pairing since we read about Sludge legends Crowbar taking out Manchester’s Ingested for their UK run later this year, Canadian rockers Three Days Grace have announced they will be bringing Five Finger Death Punch wannabes Bad Wolves on their European run. UK dates are in October so get your voices ready for that

NEWS: Bad Wolves release “Zombie”

It’s probably not a big surprise that Bad Wolves (supergroup featuring drummer John Boecklin (ex-Devildriver), guitarist Doc Coyle (Vagus Nerve, ex-God Forbid), guitarist Chris Cain (Bury Your Dead) and bassist Kyle Konkiel (ex-In This Moment) alongside frontman Tommy Vext (ex-Divine Heresy, ex-Snot) ) version of The Cranberries “Zombie” which Dolores O’Riordan was about to record her vocals on before she passed away has