Bring Me The Horizon's new studio album, "Amo" is set for release on January 25, 2019 via Sony Music. Following "Mantra" and "Wonderful Life," the U.K. band has now released it's next single, "Medicine," along with a bizarre video to accompany it. Watch vocalist Oli Hebert's … head ... in ways you've never seen it in the CGI-heavy video inside.
Attila vocalist Chris Fronzak’s much talked about new project with Da Boi J, dubbed Bone Crew, released its self-titled EP on August 3 via Fronzak's label, Stay Sick Recordings. The first single, “Back It Up” mashes up late ‘90’s hip-hop with Atilla’s deathcore in a completely original way, creating a self-proclaimed new subgenre: “trap metal.” As ridiculous as... Continue Reading →
Los Angeles metal titans Winds Of Plague have debuted an all new music video today for their brand new track "Never Alone." Directed by Orie McGinness, this is the first bit of music we're hearing from the band from their upcoming LP. "Never Alone was actually one of the first songs written for this record... Continue Reading →
In March 2017, Jeff Maki of Live-Metal.net conducted an interview with vocalist Hernan "Eddie" Hermida of California deathcore masters Suicide Silence. The band had just dropped its new self-titled album, and second with Hermida at the mic. Produced by famed nu-metal producer, Ross Robinson (Korn, Slipknot, Machine Head), the album is a sharp left turn... Continue Reading →
What a controversial year it's been for Suicide Silence. Produced by nu-metal maestro Ross Robinson, the California deathcore band dropped its second self-titled album featuring Eddie Hermida as vocalist on February 24, 2017. Speaking with us a few years prior, Hermida warned us that the band were doing something entirely different and for fans to... Continue Reading →