Tag: Victory Records

Throwback: “Ain’t Live Grand” by Atreyu

It’s seems hard to believe that “Suicide Notes And Butterfly Kisses” by Atreyu has reached its 20th Anniversary as the American Metalcore act celebrate with a vinyl release but… the sands of time slip through the fingers with greater speed the older you get. It’s the only record to feature bassist Chris Thomson and saw

Throwback: “Witness” by Counterparts!

Back in 2013 the relationship between Counterparts vocalist Brendan Murphy and studio Guru Will Putney (Fit For An Autopsy, Knocked Loose, Body Count) became all to real as the partnership that is now in place in Hardcore supergroup END saw the pairing working together on the Canadian Melodic Hardcore collectives album “The Difference Between Hell

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Slayer #666!

There has been many a debate by the fireside over many, many beers about the legacy of American Thrash Metal titans Slayer and if or when they will be back. There is no doubting that they are one of the most influential bands in not only Thrash but Death Metal with their downtuned guitars, infectious rhythms

Bootleg: Atreyu in Montreal!

Another one from The Rainbow in Montreal, Canada filmed by Sebastien Lapointe and handed to hate5six for restoration and preserving in the digital realm sees Atreyu on 16th May 2003 during a run of shows for their debut album “Suicide Notes and Butterfly Kisses”. That record saw them inject swagger into Metalcore from Glam Rock influences

Bootleg: Earth Crisis in Holland!

A full pro-shot set from the highly influential New York Hardcore Punks Earth Crisis at The Sound of Revolution Festival in Klokgebouw, Eindhoven Netherlands in 2018 courtesy of Nick Tronckoe Media? Sounds like just the Gordon’s* for a Global Pandemic. What we really want is for them to re-release their quartet of EPs including the

Bootleg: Ringworm in Montreal Canada!

Filmed by Sebastian Lapointe and bright into the digital realm by hate5six, here’s a full set from Cleveland Ohio Hardcore Punks Ringworm at Café L’Inco in Montreal Quebec Canada on 31st December 2005. The show was part of the touring cycle for their album “Justice Replaced by Revenge“, the first of three records for Victory

Bootleg: Darkest Hour in Montreal!

Back in 2003, “Hidden Hands of a Sadist Nation” was King and this set from a young looking Darkest Hour was filmed just 11 days before that record dropped, at The Rainbow in Montreal, Canada. That third studio album, produced by Fredrik Nordström (Opeth, Dark Tranqullity, Arch Enemy) was released via Victory Records and saw

NEWS: Kissing Candice pull the tapeworm out of their…

A first look at the upcoming new record from Long Island New York’s Kissing Candice has arisen from the black depths. Entitled “Tapeworm“, the new track will be streaming in all the usual places on 13th November, however the music video dropped on Halloween. The album itself is a crowd funded affair which had been

Bootleg: Between The Buried And Me first show!

While 25th September will see a freshly remixed and remastered edition for “Alaska” by Between The Buried And Me find its way to your nearest player with pre-orders available here we thought we’d take the opportunity to go back to the bands first ever show. That was Sunday 15th April 2001 at Ziggy’s in Winston-Salem North

NEWS: “Alaska” gets new Vinyl edition for Between The Buried And Me!

Freshly remixed and remastered, 25th September will see a new vinyl edition of our personal favourite record from Progressive Metal titans Between The Buried And Me land on Planet Metal. Pre-orders for “Alaska” are available here with the now fifteen year old master work reappearing as the band celebrate 20 years together. Here’s the new version of