How about a second cut from Unearth at Meow Meow in Portland Oregon on 10th September 2004? Here’s “The Charm” from the semi pro-shot set, a track which originally appeared on 2002’s “Endless” EP. The Metalcore mainstays have been pummeling the Globe with “Extinction(s)” via Century Media, a triumphant return after 5 years out of
The retro bootlegs and live streams have been keeping us alive during lockdown with the hope of live shows returning at some point, hopefully in the not to distant future. Here’s a freshly liberated one from the archives of Metalcore Monsters Unearth, “Internal War“, filmed at Meow Meow in Portland Oregon on 10th September 2004.
The resurrection of Metalcore mainstays Unearth after a 4 year hiatus with an album in “Extinction(s)” that finds them bang in form is something truly to behold. Here’s dedicated drum cam footage of sticksman Nick Pierce performing “Incinerate” at the Tinley Park, Illinois stop of summer 2018’s Vans Warped Tour, a run of shows that saw
Chimaira guitarist Rob Arnold chats to his usually found across the stage friend and fellow Chimaira guitarist Matt DeVries in this latest episode of his Everything You Love series. When the original line up of the Cleveland Ohio bruisers went their separate ways, he joined Arnold and drummer Kevin Talley in Six Feet Under, switching
Formed back in 2015, London Metallers From Once We Came have taken an interesting route to where they are today. Rather than record and then take the songs they created to the stage, vocalist Thomas Smith, guitarist David Silver, bassist Brian Granahan and drummer Adam Gosling started playing shows across the UK in Spring 2016.
Hopefully before too long Boston Massachusetts Metalcore titans Unearth will return to the studio and write a follow up to the stunningly good “Extinction(s)“. Until they do, here are eight tracks culled from their appearances in Germany, Austria and Czech Republic on their co-headlining European tour with Prong for the 30th Anniversary of “Beg To
We’ve been singing the praises of Boston Massachusetts Metalcore heroes Unearth for as long as we can remember. They are one of the bands that started out during the Nu-Metal era and rose to prominence in the first wave of Metalcore and are now celebrating 22 years together in 2020. Seven albums in that time
So that was 2019. Done. The end of not only a year but of a decade. What was the sound of December 2019? Well Spiritbox landed some DJent on the table, Body Count signaled their intent with “Carnivore” and Unearth reminded us they would be dragging Prong and Dust Bolt across Europe with a music
Metal Noise have been at 34 (yes, thirty four) shows in 2019 so our Top #5 live bands of the year takes into account every one that we’ve seen and no-one we haven’t. Just go and check out our “Grand Tour” page or our live reviews if you want validation that this list only includes
Our first introduction to the World of Prong was the opening track to their most successful album to date. 1994’s “Cleansing” was produced by Terry Date (Pantera, Limp Bizkit, Unearth) and features ex-Killing Joke members Paul Raven (RIP) on bass guitar and John Bechdel with keyboards and programming, marking their fourth studio album. We were