Metalcore progressives Erra have dropped an unforgettable cover of Muse’s “Stockholm Syndrome”. Check it out here.
With Erra’s fifth studio album, out now via UNFD, we were lucky enough to catch up with guitarist, key…
Ten years ago, Erra launched released their debut album Impulse, and now are set to issue their fifth full-length…
Thanksgiving just got heavier! American metalcore band After The Burial, alongside The Acacia Strain, Erra and Make Them Suffer, hit The Phoenix in Toronto and brought the heavy.
North America is a hotbed for some incredible metal & hardcore tours this fall. Whether it’s an in-your-face hardcore club show, or 1,000+ capacity venues hosting an exciting concert with an eye-catching production rig, there’s something for everyone in the coming months.
Delivering on its promise to be the “most extreme tour of the year”, we caught up with the Summer Slaughter Tour in Berkeley, CA on August 10th and watched as Between The Buried And Me, Born of Osiris, Erra, & co. levelled the venue.
Rise Records’ Dance Gavin Dance rounded up the last week of their Spring 2018 tour with a sold out show at The Observatory in sunny Santa Ana, CA with tour mates, I See Stars, Erra, and Sianvar.
Lancaster, PA metalcore giants August Burns Red just wrapped up a massive run of North America in support of their latest release Phantom Anthem. We caught up with the tour in its final week as it hit The Palladium in Worcester, MA on a Friday night to play before a packed venue.
With Drift, ERRA is well positioned to break through and enter the next big stage of their career as a band.
ERRA have shared a new song, “Hourglass,” from the Birmingham, AL-based band’s forthcoming album, Drift (April 8, Sumerian Records).
ERRA have shared a new song, “Orchid,” from the Birmingham, AL-based band’s forthcoming album, Drift (April 8, Sumerian Records).
Review and Photos by Aaron Tamachi http://www.augustburnsred.com/ https://www.facebook.com/northlane http://www.mmiriseofthelion.com/ http://fitforakingband.com/ http://erramusic.com/ Despite the frigid cold that descended on Toronto,…
Pennsylvania progressive metalcore outfit, Skeyes, has announced that they have signed with Imminence Records. Guitarist Jesse Cease commented on the signing by stating, “We are really excited to officially be a part of the Imminence family and to have our debut EP, entitled Empty Mirrors, released under their label in 2015.”
Earlier this year, Alternative Press premiered the song “Courier” from Texas metalcore band Invent, Animate’s mini EP Native Intellect. Today, AP and the band bring you another new song, this time from their debut album Everchanger. The track is called “Naturehold” and features vocals from Jesse Cash of the band Erra. Cash not only lends his talents to this song, but also assisted in production of the record alongside Brian Hood at 456 Recordings.