Tag: The Ghost Inside

Bootleg: “Engine 45” from The Ghost Inside!

In our eyes, the finest hour of The Ghost Inside has to be 2012’s “Get What You Give“, their third studio album and one produced by Jeremy McKinnon of A Day To Remember. Recorded at The Wade Studio in Ocala, Florida and featuring a guest appearance from Andrew “The Goose” Neufeld of Comeback Kid, it’s

NEWS: Fit For A King create Hell once more?

…with “The Hell We Create” just a couple of weeks away, Texas Metalcore merchants Fit For A King have premiered arguably the most highly anticipated cut from the record in “Times Like This“, one that features a guest vocal appearance from none other than Jonathan Vigil of The Ghost Inside. The album drops on 28th

Throwback: “Calvert Street” from I Killed The Prom Queen!

In 2014 the return of one of Australia’s most important Metalcore outfits I Killed The Prom Queen for one final album in “Beloved” is one that eight years on today we celebrate. An interesting choice in many respects, it’s a reincarnation of the oldest of Metalcore sounds from a band who only featured one original

NEWS: Fit For A King raise Hell!

The oven freshly announced album “The Hell We Create“ set for a 28th October release via Solid State Records from Texas Metalcore merchants Fit For A King has spawned another single in “End (The Other Side)“. Described by vocalist Ryan Kirby as being one of the most personal he’s written lyrically about a near death

Bootleg: “Between The Lines” from The Ghost Inside!

Ever wondered what it’s like to have the VIP side stage video when on of your favourite bands take to the stage at a major festival? That view has been offered with this footage of  “Between The Lines” from Melodic Metalcore masters The Ghost Inside at So What Festival that sees them joined by JT

NEWS: The Ghost Inside leave us one choice!

Do The Ghost Inside really need to remind us just how good they are at this point? No. But now they are able to break the chains of that global situation that held us all down, the Melodic Metalcore masters have shared their  first full band music video since their hiatus. For the purpose they

NEWS: Foreign Pain head “South Of Life”!

There has been no escaping Foreign Pain this week in the build up to the release of their debut album “Death Of Divinity” via Good Fight Records with the band unveiling a trio of inside the lyrics videos and so it should come as no surprise that the band who feature in their ranks former

Documentary: “Holy Order” from Foreign Pain!

Shot, directed, and edited by Shawn Skadburg and with accompanying audio recorded, mixed and scored by Aaron Brooks (ex-The Ghost Inside), the third and final piece of the  behind the lyrics puzzle from Foreign Pain vocalist Andrew Doyle has arrived with just one day to go before the bands debut album “Death Of Divinity” does

Documentary: “I Thought It Was Me” from Foreign Pain!

The second part of a trio of behind the lyrics videos from Los Angeles Californian Metallic Hardcore act Foreign Pain has landed with Andrew Doyle going in deep on “I Thought It Was Me” and accompanying it, a score by guitarist Aaron Brooks, formerly of The Ghost Inside. The track is on the bands five

Review: “Death Of Divinity” by Foreign Pain

As everyone knows, they say that good things come to those who wait and for Los Angeles Californian Metallic Hardcore quintet Foreign Pain, a band who have spend five years writing their debut album since forming in 2016, the question is, has it been worth it? As a record, it is said to explore themes