Traveling the short distance from Oxford to Reading and squaring the circle of bands who appeared at The Wheatsheaf for the Metal 2 The Masses quarter final for a place on the New Blood Stage at the 20th Anniversary of Bloodstock, it’s time to talk about Transients. Referring to themselves as a Melodic Metalcore band
How many female fronted DJent fueled Alternative Metal bands from Oxford do you know of? None? Then it must be time we put Arimea on The Black Map! Whitney Cooper, Richard Stedman, Tom Cooper, Dave Curtis and Luke Coppuck took to the stage for their live debut with Press To Meco in October 2019, a
They may have exited stage left at the quarter final stage of this year’s Metal 2 The Masses in Oxford but Reading Metalcore quintet Transients are very much here to stay. Their new single “The Infinite Escape” has been given the guitar and bass playthrough video with Josh Sparks picking up his 5 string Warwick
The Wheatsheaf in Oxford is the venue for tonight’s Metal 2 The Masses Quarterfinal that sees Reading based bands Weaponry and Transients compete with the locals in Arimea in the regional heats that ultimately end with a slot on the New Blood stage at Bloodstock. As it’s the 20th Anniversary this year, that’s going to
With a quarter final of the Metal 2 The Masses event in Oxford on 7th March to get the band to the 20th Anniversary of Bloodstock Festival at steak, Transients have chosen to to push the boat out with a brand new single by the name of “The Infinite Escape“. The single from the Reading
Filmed static cameras at The Facebar in Reading on 20th October, Transients were hometown heroes at their co-headlining show with Arcaeon! The set includes “Wildfire” and “The Infinite Escape” and is one we reviewed last weekend with Gecko describing them at the UK’s answer to Polaris. That’s Tech Infused Metalcore!
Tonight is a special night at Reading Facebar. Not only was it Arcaeon Guitarist Sam Machin’s birthday yesterday but it’s also Vocalist Stuart Sarre’s birthday tomorrow. So it’s a party and the atmosphere is a relaxed one in their home town. It’s Sunday night and the feeling is right, even without Foreign Pact who have
London & Reading based Arcaeon have been on our *ahem* Radar for a while now. Having first witnessed their impressive live show in 2017 when they joined the recently retired and much loved Carcer City and Perception (now known as Keepsake) in an impressive line-up for the return of The Arusha Accord prior to the