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
Tag: The Mortal Coil
Australian Progressive Metalcore act Polaris have been making waves with “The Mortal Coil” and on 21st February their sophomore album “The Death Of Me” will appear via SharpTone Records. It’s going to be a huge moment for the five piece and with a pair of songs in “Hypermania” and “Masocist” out already, they’ve taken a
We’re left with one eyebrow raised following the news over at The PRP earlier this week here that Silent Planet had exited the “Alien” tour stage left for “reasons outside of their control”. Later on there is an essay from vocalist Garrett Russell about his Mental Health struggles being the reason they’ve gone home prematurely
Earlier this week Polaris announced they would be touring their native Australia in February with Wage War, Crystal Lake and Alphawolf on trek entitled “The Death Of Me“. We jokingly suggested it could be the title of the bands highly anticipated sophomore album. Turns out we were right. 21st February will see SharpTone Records shipping serious units. The tracklist
A second new song from Melbourne Australians Polaris has been given its debut via Triple J Radio. Following live performances of a song entitled “Hypermania”, a full music video has surfaced for “Masochist” alongside an interesting read about it here. So does this mean a follow up to “The Mortal Coil” in early 2020? We
2020 should be the year that takes Australian Tech Infused Metalcore heroes Polaris to the next level. They’ve toured the hind legs off of the phenomenal “The Mortal Coil” so the next album is getting past due. Including “The Remedy”, “Consume” and “Lucid”, here’s a full set from them at The Phantasy Nite Club in
There is back story to the career of North Carolina Metalcore quintet VALLEYS that is tale of tragedy and the strength to overcome. For those not familiar with the story, a week before the band released their debut “Experiment One: Asylum” in 2016, their vocalist Mikey Clement suddenly passed away in a horrific car crash.
The simply phenomenal news that Australian Tech-Metalcore titans Polaris have new material is music to our ears! They were tight lipped when we spoke to them at Tech-Fest earlier this summer as they continue their seemingly endless Global tour cycle for “The Mortal Coil”. Performed on 6th August in the Adelaide on the “Holy Hell”
Pro-Shot at Germany’s With Full Force Festival earlier this summer, here’s a full set from Australian Tech tingled Metalcore heroes Polaris! Arguably overdue the follow up to the simply brilliant “The Mortal Coil”, they will be joining Northlane upon our shores in November. Hopefully, there will a new song or two in their set!
Perhaps unsurprisingly, Australian Tech infused Metalcore heroes Polaris have announced a string of European tour dates around their appearance at this summer’s UK Tech-Fest! The tour sees a mix of one off club shows sandwiched between Festival appearances with fellow Australian’s The Amity Affliction and Californian Metalcore crew Kingdom of Giants appearing on selected stages.