Four days after Palatine Illinois Progressive Metalcore outfit Born Of Osiris premiered new single “White Nile“, their first since 2019’s “The Simulation“, they’ve let drummer Cameron Losch get back behind the kit for a playthrough video for the the cut. Guitarist Lee McKinney has also broken out his Axe-FX II, III and Line 6 Helix
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…with their new single “White Nile“, the first single since 2019’s “The Simulation“. Originally slated as one of two albums for that year, the second has yet to materialize so whether it has been recorded and shelved or simply had the ideas left to gather dust remains to be seen. The Progressive Metalcore outfit from
Filmed in 4K during the heat of The Summer Slaughter Tour on 9th August in Dallas Texas, here’s the set from Born Of Osiris as they plough through Gas Monkey like a bulldozer through rubble! The set includes “Two Worlds Of Design”, “Open Arms To Damnation” and “Divergency” with “The Simulation” out now! They’ll be
June will see Born of Osiris tearing across the US with Bad Omens, Spite and Kingdom of Giants in a something of a surprise tour line up! They’ve released a live video for “Under The Gun” from current album “The Simulation” which is of course out now via Sumerian Records!
Born of Osiris Guitarist Lee McKinney gives us a full run down on his new signature Model LM7X from Kiesel Guitars in this newly released clip. In the video he explains that he used his personal favourite named Sully, as in Monsters Inc. on not only the latest Born of Osiris album “The Simulation” but
Taken from “The Simulation”, Born of Osiris have released a music video for “Cycles of Tragedy”. The album is out now via Sumerian Records and will see the band out for a US run with Deathcore heavyweights Chelsea Grin, Australian talent Make Them Suffer and one other special guest in February and March.
Soon to be on tour in the US with Killswitch Engage and with new album “The Simulation” out on 11th January, Chicago Illinois Metallers Born of Osiris have released their first track for the album entitled “The Accused”. There maybe just a hint of The Browning in here. Maybe. Just a little bit.