Latest #alternativemetal Posts
- Here's Randy's playthrough of "There Will Be Blood"! Watch the full video on our YouTube channel!
- TOMORROW NIGHT I AM HEADLINING @hardrockcafelondon @backroombar_london AND I AM SO F*CKING PUMPED!!!!! WHO’S COMING?? 🔥🔥🔥 IT’S FREE ENTRY & A BANK HOLIDAY SO THERE’S NO EXCUSE 💋💋💋 AAAAND I HAVE A BRAND NEW, DELICIOUSLY SAVAGE TUNE TO SHOW YOU 🤤
In the mean time... give my debut single #LIARLIAR some healthy streams and shares on social media to spread the love 🤟🏼 COME. GET. MESSY 💦 📸 @blackhamimages
- Week-end is here!
Don't forget to #SCREAM as loud as you can 🤘😵
- Just a week for our new album bitches! Have you already reserved it? @ankor_official
04/05 Mantua-Milady Metal Fest-ITALY🇮🇹
05/05 Milan-Slaughter Club-ITALY🇮🇹
07/05 Zurich-Hall of Fame-SWITZERLAND🇩🇰
08/05 Liège-Péniche Legia-BELGIUM🇧🇪
09/05 Lille-The Midland-FRANCE🇨🇵
10/05 Paris-Le Klubs-FRANCE🇨🇵
11/05 Bordeaux-Salem Le Haillan-FRANCE🇨🇵
31/05 Valencia-Rock City-SPAIN🇪🇸
07/06 Madrid-Sala Nazca-SPAIN🇪🇸
08/06 Murcia-Sala Spectrum-SPAIN🇪🇸
15/06 Zaragoza-Sala López-SPAIN🇪🇸
21/06 Barcelona-Sala Bóveda-SPAIN🇪🇸
22/06 Bilbao-Sala Azkena-SPAIN🇪🇸
24/08 Flensburg-Breeding Festival-GERMANY🇩🇪
- I don’t want no scrubs lol 😂 🤘🏼 @weezer
- [📸 Sail - @avrilmariephoto]
Sam is back tonight with another show filled with great bands from The South of the UK.
This week features tracks from:
ZILF, aAnd?, Butcher in the Fog, The Grudge, Libera Scientia, Cairiss, DKH, Inferno Noir, Fissure of Riddles, Sail, Hummune, Fallen Titan and Ty Morn
Tune in at 7pm BST on DAB+ Digital Radio across Brighton (channel 9A) & Portsmouth (channel 7D), metalmeyhemradio.com, the Metal Meyhem Radio mobile apps, on your TV via TuneIn, MyTuner and radio.net and via Amazon Alexa
- - TO BE RELEASED 26/4-2019 -
We live in a world where everything falls apart.
We’re all aware of it, but we take no effort in fixing it.
SHUTTER EYES is a song about our planet earth, which we are still destroying everyday by polluting our environment.
Stand up for your planet, our home!
OPEN YOUR EYES!
"Newwave Techno Homicide" (Takehold, 2000)
"Becoming Leviathan" (Takehold, 2001)
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When I first started playing shows in 1998, there was a band we often played with called Divine Division. Their #posthardcore sound was so good and their melodic songwriting so memorable that I still get one of their songs in my head despite never hearing a recording of it. And as far as I know, they never recorded. But they did transform, shortly after, into a Christian #metalcore band called #Narcissus - and they blew me away all over again. Fortunately, unlike some of their peers (say, Overcome), Narcissus turned their faith toward itself instead of taking conservative positions on social issues, and they supported their introspective investigations with intensely gripping music. On "Newwave Techno Homicide," they're scorchingly severe, but not in the typical way. This album truly doesn't sound like anyone else; even though its combo of devastating heaviness and sudden turns toward the melodic and emotional had been done, their version of it is entirely singular. Afterward, on "Becoming Leviathan," they made a Cave In/deftones move toward a very sophisticated post-emocore #alternativemetal sound, turning in a really amazing and engrossing EP that again stands out among other similarly classifiable works. I used to listen to these all the time, and I still put them on with some degree of frequency.
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#takeholdrecords #spiritfilledhardcore #metal #christianmusic #narcissusband #sfhc #emo
- Go check out our boys in @karybdis thanks for the shirt lads 🤙
- She says I'm a loner she says im a stoner 🤘🏾🖤
- turns down the volume and goes unplugged this Easter weekend, in an expression of grief and silent anger over the soul numbing catastrophe of Our epic Lady of gothic awesomeness. We are remembering the awestricking, mythical gargoyles, dedicated guardians of the Notre Dame, and sending our compassion to the loyal hunchback who is now propably standing inconsolable, humming '.. I left alone..my mind was blank......... What did I see?'
. [Lyrics respectfully borrowed by: The Number Of The Beast, Iron Maiden, 1982