Tag: Volumes

NEWS: Volumes to return in September!

The support acts for the previously announced European and United Kingdom headlining tour of Dance Gavin Dance that will arrive upon our shores in September have been unveiled with Caskets, Volumes and Eidola taking those slots rather than the rumoured Veil Of Maya meaning that Michael Barr and Myke Terry will once again go toe

Interview: Volumes talk “Happier?” with Wall Of Sound!

It has to be said and no pun intended that Volumes are all together different animals in 2021 with the line up changes that have occurred in recent times, however their new album “Happier?” sounds very much like the band of old with original vocalist Michael Barr back on board. He spoke to Australian’s Wall

NEWS: Volumes search for happiness…

Currently on the road in the US for the first time in 3 years and joined by UnityTX, Kingsmen and Varials are DJentlemen Volumes as they prepare for their 19th November via Fearless Records dropping new record “Happier?“. The label have shared the bands sixth single since their last EP (and third from the album) in

NEWS: Volumes announce “Happier?” with “Bent”!

After much deliberation and delay for a whole witches cauldron of reasons, DJentlemen Volumes have announced that their new album “Happier?” will drop via label home Fearless Records on 19th November with not only a new single in “Bent” but also Q&A style interview. The record marks the first since “No Sleep” to feature vocals

NEWS: Volumes simply can’t get enough…

Having unveiled a huge US tour trek with Varials, UnityTX and Kingsmen that will run for a month from Mesa Arizona to Anaheim California a couple of days ago, Volumes have delivered their fourth new single since the return of vocalist Michael Barr. That new one is called “Get Enough” and with the band being

Review: “Lost” by Soothsayer

Hailing from Abilene Texas are Soothsayer, a Metalcore collective who started out in 2019 as the project of vocalist Justin Puente and his wife, drummer Kali Puente alongside guitarist Hunter Haralson. They were soon joined by bassist Tim Hinojosa and second guitarist Josh Westerman before recording EP “Lost” with Luke Garrigus at Blackroom studios, who

Review: “Mind Atlas” by The Cartographer

It has been a metaphorical five year stretch in Broadmoor between 2016 debut EP “Human Error” from Derby Metallers The Cartographer and their sophomore release “Mind Atlas” during which the have shared stages with many of the lesser lights of heaven on the underground metal scene including Nexilva, The Dali Thundering Concept, Miscreant and even

Bootleg: “Red Pills” from Crown The Empire!

Filmed at Nagoya Japan’s Blare Fest 2020, here’s Dallas Texas Nu-Metalcore act Crown The Empire performing single “Red Pills” from their recently released album “Sudden Sky” in front of 18,000 fans before the Great Plague took hold. The event is one organised by Coldrain, retuning the favour that they received when they were invited to