Tag: Weaponry

Exclusive Interview: Weaponry talk writing and recording!

Reading based Deftones inspired quintet Weaponry have been smashing out the singles in the absence of being able to play any shows with the re-recording of “Moving To Andromeda” alongside “Something I Lack” and now “Blindly Follow Us” as songs we’ve known and loved from their live set now available in the finest of quality. We never need

NEWS: Weaponry premier “Blindly Follow Us” video!

Yesterday our boys in Weaponry behaved like UPS and delivered the goods with a brand new single called “Blindly Follow Us“, which we did an as rare as the Brewdog golden cans track review of AND tomorrow you’ll find an interview about the bands writing and recording process right here! As if that wasn’t enough

Track Review: “Blindly Follow Us” from Weaponry!

A band like Weaponry should need no introduction but for those not in the know, the quintet are formed of vocalist Al Bristow and bassist Jay Rozentals who are brothers through marriage, joined by father and son guitar duo Dan and Max Ashworth, while the rhythm section is held down by drummer Tim Doyle. Returning

NEWS: Weaponry give “Something I Lack” a lyric video?!

We’ve had the single, the live session video, the music video and now Weaponry have given us a re-imagined lyric video for “Something I Lack” with artwork from vocalist Al Bristow himself. A track that landed fairly and squarely on our Top #5 Singles Of 2020, prestigious because how many hundreds of thousands of Metal

Documentary: “No Lasting Memories” #24 from Weaponry!

A day late and a buck short but for good reason, the latest episode of “No Lasting Memories” from Weaponry is… not the greatest video in the World. No. It’s just a tribute. To the fact that their drummer Tim Doyle has been in the band for exactly one calendar year. Admittedly one where they

Bootleg: “The Love Albatross Tour” from Weaponry!

In the absence of fresh live shows we’ve been panning for gold in them thar hills to find some older, more mature gems. So here’s a compilation of Weaponry songs from their “The Love Albatross Tour” in April 2019 to form a single cohesive set and includes “Search For Life” and “Moving To Andromeda“. So

Listmania: Metal Noise Top #5 Singles of 2020!

Probably the toughest of the categories in 2020 with the digital age lending itself to bands releasing runs of high grade explosive singles rather than committing to a full album or EP. That being said, the floor is clear, we can only pick five due to a short attention span so without further ado; of

Documentary: “No Lasting Memories” #23 from Weaponry!

As we approach the season to be jolly our boys in Weaponry decide to re-write a song that they inked a while back that… well they say it’s a bit too Thrash for their Post-Hardcore sound. Ain’t nothing wrong with Thrash. Ain’t nothing wrong with Weaponry. The two could live hand in hand. Why not?

Bootleg: Weaponry “Live Through Lockdown” full set!

Not that we can take any credit what so ever but way back on 4th November 2020 when Weaponry premiered “Moving To Andromeda” from as the first of the “Live Through Lockdown” series, we asked them nicely if they could give us the set in full at the end. Some people say that if you

Track Review: “Something I Lack” from Weaponry!

We’ve said it once and we’ll say it again. Single track reviews are as rare as rocking horse s*** on these pages, so when there is one, it’s going to be worth your while. Reading Deftones inspired quintet Weaponry, who we’ve championed have dug deep and delivered a new single entitled “Something I Lack” which