Back in 1999 as Pitchshifter were riding high on the huge success of single “Genius” from their “www.pitchshifter.com” record and The Prodigy were bringing Metal riffs into Industrial tracks like “Breathe”, a band appeared seemingly out of nowhere blending Industrial noise and electronic beats with… Well a vast array of other influences. On “OSC-DIS (Oscillator in Distortion)
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So the tour maybe off but Leo Moracchioli took the opportunity of the Frog Leap Live band getting together to rehearse to record a few videos. First up is a ripper of a Metal version of “Breathe” by The Prodigy! Keith Flint would have loved this, may he rest in peace.
Their current album “EX_Machina” may ask more questions than it answers in terms of their future direction but Japanese Metallers Crossfaith don’t half know how to put on a live show. They’ll be back upon our shores for a string of dates at the end of their European Tour in March 2020. Let’s hope that
In the aftermath of the tragic death of The Prodigy frontman Keith Flint there has been an outpouring of love for the crossover genre pioneers. They brought together fans of rave and dance music with lovers of Industrial Metal with their own unique style and that has been of influence on many a band. Today’s
In a week that saw the financial affairs of the dearly departed Keith Flint of The Prodigy dragged up as well as an interview that suggested that his death was his plan all along (or maybe that was just how it was reported) Leo Moracchioli of Frog Leap Studios in Norway has chosen “Smack My
Produced by the band themselves and recorded at Chris Blancato’s Studio in Sydney, with the exception of Marcus Bridge’s vocals which were recorded at Sydney’s Electric Sun Studios, “Alien” is the fifth studio album from Australian Titans Northlane. Having surprise released their previous effort “Mesmer”, this time out their label UNFD have taken the usual
Featuring a surprise guest appearance from Christina Rotondo (we live in a Globally interconnected World after all) Atlanta Georgian quartet Breakthrough Even have released a single entitled “Owen” but not in any way shape or form related to the song by The Prodigy. You can check out their material over at bandcamp.
Swedish Dystopian Death Metallers Chine have given us a very impressive animated video for their single “Nothing But Black”! The song appears as a standout on their EP “Like Vultures”, the first to feature former Pray For Locust vocalist Tintin Anderson! Check out our review of that and their cover of “Breathe” by The Prodigy!
Stockholm Sweden Dystopian Death Metal band Chine released a cover of “Breathe” by Industrial Electronicia pioneers The Prodigy to marks the bands first release with ex-Pray For Locust frontman Tintin Andersen at the helm. That happened in 2018, having spent a long time searching for the right fit to follow up 2016’s “Immanent” and the
Hacktivist have continued their return from the brink with a tribute to the sadly departed Keith Flint and The Prodigy. They’re joined by Valentina Reptile for a version of “Spitfire” accompanied by a mashup of tour footage and aircraft work in an interesting video. They’ve been in the studio with former SikTh vocalist Justin Hill