Tag: Throne of Spines

Review: “Throne Of Spines” by Woe Betide

As a band, Brighton Death Metallers Woe Betide are on a journey through Metal with a desire to keep things fresh by evolving their sound through a love of the more Technical side while  also citing influences in Opeth, Bleed From Within and Obscura. Currently without a bassist, Kieran Shearer (vocals), Lee Cox (guitar), Jack

NEWS: Woe Betide roar back with “Guardians Of The Abyss”!

The return of Brighton Death Metallers Woe Betide with a follow up to last year’s “Throne Of Spines” has been hinted at since February and after an extraordinarily long four months,¬† “Guardians Of The Abyss” is finally here. As with the 33 minutes of pure fire that is the album, this new cut has been

The Black Map #153: Woe Betide from Brighton!

One of the cities with the most vibrant of Metal scenes in the United Kingdom is Brighton, which might be a place to enjoy a walk along the sea front, get some fresh fish and chips or an ice cream on a hot summers day or enjoy the arcades on the pier during a sudden

Playthrough: “By Means of Fire” by Woe Betide!

Brighton Death Metallers Woe Betide dropped their debut album “Throne of Spines” at the end of May, recorded at Audio Beach Studios in their home town before being mixed, mastered and produced by Wynter Prior (Wounded Not Dead) of Sphynx Studios. Leaning more towards the Technical side, they also cite influences in Opeth, Bleed From