Bands like Melbourne-based deathcore outfit Alpha Wolf keep the genre alive with pumped-up releases like “A Quiet Place To Die”.
Emmure frontman Frankie Palmeri reflects on challenges, being true to himself, his bad’s latest SharpTone Records offering, Look At Yourself, his new label Redzone Records, and more.
Emmure brought the fire to London’s O2 Academy Islington with a phenomenal lineup of support acts which included Rise Of The Northstar, Alpha Wolf, Fit For A King and Canada’s Obey The Brave.
As we head into the spring months here in the UK, our gig calendars here at PureGrainAudio are starting to fill up. To help you out, here are just five of the bands we guarantee will give you a kick-ass night out over the next few weeks.
Devil’s Night just got spookier! American metalcore heavies Emmure brought a crazy show to Toronto’s Opera House along with co-headliners Stick To Your Guns, plus openers Wage War and Sanction.
Riley Rowe, one half of of Pomona, California’s Kinkshamer, joins us to detail the TOP 10 kinky metal bands, with specific songs and kinks for each group.
Ex-Emmure members are back with new band Painless. We caught up with vocalist and ex-Defiler frontman, Jake Shaw, to talk about the debut single “Spellbinder” and forthcoming No Help EP.
American metalcore band Emmure wrapped up their last Canadian date of their “Natural Born Killers” tour at Rum Runners on May 24th with Counterparts, Varials and Perfect Limbs.
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The Impericon Never Say Die! tour once again rolled into London’s Camden Electric Ballroom with a deservedly large following and a brilliant line-up.
With new bandmates, a new home and a newly focused ferocity, Emmure’s return album, Look At Yourself, is an album that will slay the doubters.
Emmure are now streaming the new song “Russian Hotel Aftermath” and have confirmed that they’re eagerly-anticipated new album is due in early 2017.
Impericon Festival 2016 rolled into the UK and our photographer braved the pit in Manchester to bring back shots of Emmure, Despised Icon, Northlane and headliners Hatebreed…
In the back of the tour bus that reeks of the ghosts of many joints smoked, Palmeri gets deep about fans, touring, and shit-talks Metal Injection. All in good fun, of course.
I haven’t seen Emmure in nearly a decade, I was pumped to be able to see their set and shoot it. A huge crowd was waiting before their set even began, and the photo pit filled up fast. Emmure put on an amazing show; these dudes have amazing stage presence. I still don’t know how Frankie was able to wear that windbreaker and long-johns without passing out from the heat.