Tag: Where Owls Know My Name

NEWS: Rivers of Nihil thriving from re-issue?

As “Monarchy” by Rivers of Nihil has reached a milestone 5th Anniversary, the band have been granted a re-issue by the Gods of Metal in both limited edition vinyl and CD format, the later of which comes with a buffet selection of pre-production demos and alternative takes. The release date for those is 16th October

Interview: Rivers of Nihil join the Metal Blade Records Live Series!

A couple of weeks back Riley McShane of Allegaeon fame interviewed Trevor Strnd from The Black Dahlia Murder and did an impressive job as a host. In this latest offering from the Metal Blade Records Live Series, McShane returns wearing a Leprous t-shirt (?) to chat with Rivers of Nihil guitarist Brody Uttley; a man who

Documentary: Rivers Of Nihil: Record Store Raid!

It might just be us but it seems as though bassist Adam Biggs and guitarist Brody Utterly from Rivers Of Nihil do all the promotional work for the band these days while the other members chill out. In this latest mini documentary, the pair go into a record store and talk vinyl, including Guns n’

Documentary: Rivers Of Nihil talk Influences!

As “Where Owls Know My Name” has surpassed it’s two year anniversary, its quality means it’s still being celebrated. Bassist Adam Biggs and guitarist Brody Utterly from Rivers Of Nihil talk to their label Metal Blade about the five most influential bands on their musicianship and writings of the band, not just on the album

Interview: BangerTV talk to Brody Uttley of Rivers Of Nihil!

Despite “Where Owls Know My Name” by Rivers Of Nihil appearing in March 2018, it is so good that it made the Metal Blade Records top selling releases of 2019! If that doesn’t speak for itself, then it sure as hell should. Formed in 2009 by guitarist Brody Uttley, bassist Adam Biggs, and vocalist Jake

Documentary: Rivers of Nihil recording with Gear Gods!

Another surprise of 2019 was Metal Blade Death Metallers Rivers Of Nihil and “Where Owls Know My Name“. In this latest episode of Gear Gods Drumception series, guitarist Jon Topore records a new original song! They’ll be joining Thy Art Is Murder, Fit For An Autopsy, Carnifex and I AM¬†on a huge European Tour in

Bootleg: “Soil & Seed” from Rivers of Nihil!

There is something about the title of the current Rivers of Nihil album “Where Owls Know My Name” that reminds us of the theme song of the hit US sitcom Cheers from the early 90’s. A dark and interesting piece of work, here’s “Soil & Seed” cut from their set in Patronaat Haarlem in Holland…

Bootleg: Rivers of Nihil in Lakewood Ohio!

Pro-Shot at The Foundary Concert Club in Lakewood Ohio on 2nd March, here’s a full set from Rivers of Nihil complete with Saxophone! “Where Owls Know My Name” is out now while the band will be back upon our shores in September with Black Crown Initiate and Orbit Culture!