Tag: Trustkill Records

Bootleg: Bleeding Through in Manchester!

28th September 2004 saw Orange County’s finest Bleeding Through tear down Jilly’s Rockworld in Manchester, a venue that sadly no longer exists. The Metalcore heroes are working on a follow up to 2019’s “Love Will Kill All“, their ninth studio album in all. The group have been working on the outing with Mick Kenney (Motionless

Bootleg: Most Precious Blood in Manchester!

Courtesy of David Tan, here’s a a pro-shot full set from New York Hardcore Punks Most Precious Blood. It took place at The Star & Garter in Manchester on 28th September 2004 as the band tore across Europe in support of the brilliance that is “Our Lady Of Annihilation“. Who can forget “The Great Red

Throwback: “Suffocate” by First Blood!

Back in 2006 a Hardcore band broke out of San Francisco with an album entitled “Killafornia” via Trustkill Records fronted by Carl Schwartz with numerous references and samples from the 1982 first chapter of the Rambo franchise. That band is First Blood. Something like 26 musicians have performed in the band since they started out

Bootleg: Bleeding Through in Saint-Petersburg Russia!

Orange County’s finest Bleeding Through traveled the Globe in support of their album “Declaration” and one of the furthest places they reached would have been Saint-Petersburg, Russia. 16th December 2008 saw them at Orlandina Club and this hour long ripper of a set is a career spanning one with everything from “Revenge I Seek” to

Bootleg: Poison The Well in New York!

This pro-shot full set from Miami, Florida’s Poison The Well at West Babylon American Legion Hall in West Babylon New York on 30th December 2001 is based around material from the bands 1999 record “The Opposite of December“, a landmark and cornerstone release in the history of Metalcore. Our favourite cut? It should go without

Bootleg: Walls Of Jericho at Brutal Assault!

From last years incarnation of Brutal Assault Festival here are four tracks culled from the set of none other than Walls Of Jericho. “A Little Piece Of Me“, “Playing Soldier Again“, “Feeding Frenzy” and “The American Dream” are all absolute rippers and with the band showing no sign of letting up, we’re glad to be

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Duran Duran

The subject of today’s head to head is “Come Undone” by Duran Duran. The highly influential New Wave band formed in 1978 and enjoyed huge success throughout the 80s. They’ve been covered multiple times including most notably by Deftones and count among their fans KoRn vocalist Jonathan Davis. The track itself was the second single

Throwback: “The Great Red Shift” by Most Precious Blood!

“Our Lady Of Annihilation” by Brooklyn New York Metallic Hardcore crew Most Precious Blood from 2003 that took everyone by surprise. They had formed a couple of years earlier from the ashes of another band called Indecision and were based around the axe wielding duo of Rachel Rosen and Justin Brannan. The bands second album