Packed full of emotion and heartfelt rage, Miss May I’s new album ‘Curse of Existence’ (SharpTone Records) was very much worth the five-year wait.
All That Remains just debuted a fifteen-minute-long documentary highlighting their iconic album, ‘The Fall of Ideals,’ and the impact it had on the metal scene.
Filling a room with thousands doused in festive red and green color combinations, August Burns Red jingle bell rocked their way into Christmas by putting on their annual metalcore holiday show along with Like Moths To Flames, Miss May I, and Knocked Loose.
With international headliners SikTh and Miss May I in tow, 2018’s edition of Krank’d Up Festival hit Sundowners in Johannesburg, SA and left the crowd buzzing.
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…
Miss May I have debuted the scathing new track “Casualties,” from their highly anticipated new album Shadows Inside.
We convinced Miss May I vocalist Levi Benton and bassist Ryan Neff to take the Rockblot test, our version of the Rorschach Inkblot Test. What did they see? Find out here!
Slam Dunk returned this weekend for it’s tenth anniversary so our photographer, taking an opportunity to enjoy the great weather, headed over to Leeds to bring back a selection of photos from the festival. Check out the shots here…
Vocalist Levi Benton and bassist Ryan Neff of Rise Records metal juggernauts Miss May I shared some gnarly touring-related stories in this episode of Tourpedoed.
Miss May I put on an amazing Monday night show at the Paramount in NY on November 16th, 2015. Their use of clean and unclean vocals mash together perfectly and helped to created the perfect melodic metalcore show!
Photos and Review by Aaron Tamachi In what should have been called The Australian Metal Takeover, Parkway Drive,…
During the Spring 2010 “Bangover Tour” Beau Bokan and his Blessthefall mates decided to prank Miss May I… you’ll have to watch the video to find out how that turned out!
Leading the crop of must-see bands was Miss May I who, much like every stop of the tour, whipped the crowd into a frenzy during the Wantagh, NY stop on July 11th at Jones Beach Amphitheater.