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.
Miss May I turned the dancefloor at Mama Roux’s into “relentless chaos”. Check out our review and photos from this four band metalcore extraveganza here…
Fit For A King’s last album, Slave To Nothing, was a burrito filled with fresh riffs, extra guac and awesome performances all-round, but their new album Deathgrip kicks it up a notch! I
Fit For A King have posted another new track online. Check out “Shadows & Echoes” here and get details of their tour dates with Beartooth.
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,…
An album is a collection of songs. I’ve listened to a lot of albums and even more songs, many of which fall into a collective noise I will never revisit, mainly because I’d usually prefer to listen to something new, or because… not even worth finishing this sentence.
Fit For A King has premiered a new song entitled “Young & Undeserving.” The new song will appear on the forthcoming album Slave To Nothing. To be released October 14th via Solid State Records, Slave To Nothing was produced by Will Putney (Suicide Silence, Miss May I) and promises to be the band’s most massive-sounding work to date. In their early 20s the Dallas area band has been racking up the road miles on tour the past few years. This includes supporting acts including For Today, Upon A Burning Body, Attila, Like Moths To Flames, Stray From The Path, Impending Doom, and making a stop on the 2014 Vans Warped Tour.
When a biography cites influences as diverse as The Acacia Strain and Linkin Park, it is certain to raise something of a puzzled look on the face of the reviewer. Not only are the two bands at such extreme ends of the “rock” spectrum, but the thought of combining elements of the grunting, misery-core churned out by The Acacia Strain with whatever-the-hell-it-is that Linkin Park are playing these days, is, quite frankly, a horrific one.