Fresh off stage from their Never Say Die! show in Manchester, we hung out with vocalist Aaron Matts:
It’s time to get yourself familiar with these thirteen songs that will dominate your ears for the considerable future:
They’ve done it again. The Swiss just finished a new album which is waiting to be released. But firstly we have to clear up some questions. Did they stay true to themselves? Have they made progress? Do they still sound like Breakdown Of Sanity? We got PERCEPTION prior release and analysed the album to answer these questions:
The deathcore pioneers from Knoxville, Tennessee are working on a new record, now you can hear a snippet of the new material in the clip below:
An initial ruling has been issued in A Day To Remember‘s long-running lawsuit against their record label Victory Records and it sways in the bands favor. The band had originally filed suit against Victory in May of 2011 alleging breach of contract, disputed ownership of the bands copyrighted works and more.
A Day To Remember‘s camp themselves spoke of the new initial ruling—which will allow them to release their new album “Common Courtesy” independently—with the below statement:
Suicide Silence is pleased to announce the addition of Eddie Hermida to the family. Many of you may be familiar with Eddie through his work with All Shall Perish. For those of you unfamiliar, our relationship with Eddie goes way back to the Spreading Disease Tour, our first U.S. headlining run, in 2006.