Tag: Twitch of the Death Nerve

Review: “Point Blank Termination” by Infiltration

The members of Russian Groove fueled Death Metal act Infiltration first came together in 2017 with one goal in mind: to pay homage to some of their favourite death metal acts like Cannibal Corpse, Bolt Thrower and Napalm Death, to give it their own heavy twist and to have a blast doing it. The band’s

Review: “Extreme Extinction” by Mass Murder

Italian brutal Death Metal group Mass Murder recorded their sophomore album “Extreme Extinction” at War Studios, except the vocals from Aldo Gorgoglione, which were recorded at Clab Studios by Angelo de Cosimo. In order to achieve a high level sound quality, Mass Murder decided in the mixing, which was done by 16th Cellar Studios by

Review: “Slerm” EP by Suffer

Wolverhampton Beatdown Deathcore collective Suffer – Chobba (Vocals), Jack (Drums), Ash (Guitar), Jack (Bass) and Kie (Guitar) – like their music like they like their anvils. Heavy. They’ve racked up the live shows, appearing at the final incarnation of Fall In The Brawl and also sharing stages with the likes of Harbinger and Vexed since

The Black Map #94: Twitch Of The Death Nerve from London!

Taking the short journey from Reading to London for this week’s entry in the black book we turn the heaviness screw up on the stretching rack with a band who are named after the 1971 horror movie filmed by Mario Bava. Originally formed in 2004 as a side project by guitarist vocalist Tom Bradfield and

Listmania: 5x Bloodstock 2020 Possibilities! Part #2: Underground Acts!

Following our two part gambling man’s punt on potential headliners and underground acts at this year’s incarnation of Tech-Fest, it’s time to turn our attention to Bloodstock for the second time. The annual Catton Park, Walton on Trent Derbyshire Metal Festival will be taking place over the weekend of the 6th August and be celebrating

Live Review: Death To Cancer #5 @ The Black Heart in Camden

A Non Profit Charity Show in aid of MacMillan Cancer Charity “Death To Cancer” entered it’s fifth and final year with arguably it’s most brutal line up to date! For one day only, it’s The Black Heart in Camden that will get destroyed by some music to bleed from the ears to! We arrive to