Tag: Varials

Playthrough: Full Set from Varials!

Returning to Bloodaxe Fest at Club Citta in Kawasaki Japan on 21st September 2019, here’s dedicated drum cam footage of Varials sticksman Sean Rauchut playing the full set. Vocalist Travis Tabron exited stage left earlier this year and after a run with Boundaries frontman Matt McDougal filling in, we’ve seen footage of the band back

Documentary: Varials Recording new material #3!

Some four months after the last episode of their life in quarantine series that essentially documents them recording their third album, Varials have dropped part #3. Still to unveil their new vocalist, this one sees them playing piano, noodling on guitars and manipulating parts on a computer. We’re wondering if their t-shirts are a subtle

Playthrough: Full Set from Varials!

All has gone quiet from the Varials camp since a couple of initial fly on the wall pieces of studio footage appeared of them recording album number three and yet to announce their new vocalist. So while we wait for an update on that and the album itself, here’s dedicated drum cam footage from their

NEWS: Marked;Life enter the “Saferoom”!

Ever wondered what a Progressive Nu-Metal band sounds like? Look no further that Phoenix Arizona quintet Marked;Life. The We Are Triumphant singings have dropped just their third single entitled “Saferoom” with previous tracks “Just Deaf” and “Loner Wolf” racking up 111k worth of Spotify streams between them. Prior to lockdown they shared stages with Carried

Review: “You’ll See Me Up There” by Thirty Nights Of Violence

Since breaking ground in late 2018 with their debut EP To Die In Your Portrait, Thirty Nights of Violence have found themselves at the forefront of a thriving Nashville metal scene with the creative chemistry between members – Zach Wilbourn (vocals), Ethan Young (drums/vocals), Jake Chestnut (bass/vocals), James Chatham (guitar) and Kelly Cook (guitar/vocals) being

Documentary: Varials Recording new material #2!

The second part of a behind the scenes of Varials recording new material with minimal actual recording going on has appeared from the band. It’s an 11 minute skit which sees them sinking beers, chatting fabreeze and listening to Oasis (who no-one gives a s*** about) while representing Orthodox (who everyone loves). It’s hilarious. Let’s

Documentary: Varials Recording new material!

Varials have offered up a snippet of life in lockdown that seems to confirm that Matt McDougal from Boundaries was just a fill in after original vocalist Travis Tabron exited stage left. The clip also features a couple of new riffs while sharing their love of the new Counterparts record “Nothing Left To Love“.

Documentary: Behind The Scenes of “Bleeding” with Varials!

Talking about Errick Easterday, he was bringing the camera along with Crust Young and Mike Foley for the music video for “Bleeding” by Varials. This behind the scenes footage from that shoot offers up an insight into how the band have been operating but the real question is whether Boundaries vocalist Matt McDougal will be

Review: “What The Dead Men Say” by Trivium

Produced, Engineered and Mixed by Josh Wilbur (Suicide Silence, KoRn, Varials) and Mastered by Ted Jensen (Death Angel, Carnifex, Megadeth), the ninth studio album from Orlando Florida’s Trivium has been a highly anticipated affair. That is in part due to the high quality output of the bands previous albums but also with guitarist and vocalist

Documentary: Varials Tour Diary!

We’ll be honest and say Boundaries vocalist Matt McDougal was the last person we expected to step into Travis Tabron’s Varials shoes but to be fair to him, he’s absolutely killed it live. They’re thrown out this 15 minute tour diary mashup that splices together live footage with some crazy moments and it’s hilarious! “In