Ahead of their UK dates with Attila and Eskimo Callboy, The Browning have posted a new video for “Final Breath”.
Attila’s “Rage Fest” rumbled the walls of the Theatre of Living Arts on August 2nd. The killer evening also showcased Dreams of Demise, Cross Your Fingers, Spite, Rings of Saturn, Volumes and Suicide Silence.
Eskimo Callboy have announced details of The Scene – Live in Cologne which will see release on June 8th, 2018 and a European tour with Attila.
Your boys in Attila have decided to crash Halloween with a brand new track called “Three 6.” This is some new material for the fans, since the release of last year’s album Chaos.
When Attila put on a night they make sure it’s more of an event than just a mere rock show as our reviewer found out when she joined the band in London. Check out photos and a review here…
Growling, songs about being a bitch, nu-metal guitars, it could only be a new album from Attila. Read our review of Chaos here…
Attila’s has released a a legit “Public Apology” of its own — it’s the first song to be revealed from the band’s new album Chaos.
Review by Mike Bax The best European Metal Festival that is not in Europe. There was no other place…
Havre de Grace, Maryland metallic sextet, Listen For The Light, recently released their latest EP, Destiny Defined. We’re pleased to offer a free download of the “Maverick” featuring Attila’s Fronz.
A band that have as many haters as they do lovers, Attila recently tore up the UK with some rescheduled headline dates. Pure Grain Audio joined the party in Nottingham to bring these photos.
Controversial partycore animals Attila open their rescheduled UK tour in Nottingham and we were on hand to join in the fun. Read the review here.
Georgia-based Attila played to an amped up young crowd of moshers at Gramercy theater on a cold Monday evening in NY. The crowd was already in a frenzy thanks in large part to the show stealing Texas based Upon a Burning Body, who encouraged the circle mosh pit and multiple crowd surfing. Attila was solid playing about an hour-long set. Chris “Fronzilla” Fronzak lead the way with tight vocals.
Like Emmure, Atlanta party-deathcore boys Attila just make it so easy for the world to hate them and their generic party-deathcore. The thing is, as they are at pains to point out numerous times during “Middle Fingers Up”, the opening track to their fifth album, they give precisely zero fucks as to what you think about them going as far as to encourage all the haters (and, let’s face it, there are plenty) to suck their cocks.
“SIX, SIX, SIX PARTY WITH THE DEVIL, BITCH!” This is seriously a line that vocalist Chris “Fronz” Fronzak belts out with no shame at all numerous times in this utterly shallow and expletive-ridden song. But this extreme display of shallowness is to be expected, I guess, seeing as how Attila is a rap/metalcore band (That’s right; Rap. Metal. Core. Holy sheeeet!!).