156/Silence frontman Jack Murray picks six inspirational singers he believes rewrote the rulebook when it comes to heavy vocals.
Pensylvannia metallers Toothless talk us through some of the bands and albums that have influenced them and their music. Read their choices here.
Mixing hip-hop, punk, metal and lashings of unbridled vitriol, Strength In Numb333rs, the debut album from Fever 333 is exactly the kind of album that sums up the unrest drenching America. Read our thoughts on one of the most exciting albums of the year.
As we bring November to a close soon, let us get you better acquainted with our “190 Proof” artist of the month, hardcore and punk band American Standards. Find out why they should be on your radar now, and for 2019!
Certainly a band with a lot of eyes on them, their first EP is riding on the waves of attention the super trio are accumulating. Check out our review to see our take on their debut release.
The sudden arrival of The Fever 333 and our current political climate seem to go hand in hand. These three music veterans are playing socially-charged music at a time when audiences are looking for a way to vent their social frustrations.
With their brand new record releasing next week, The Chariot debuted a brand new track titled, “In,” last week to much critical acclaim. “One Wing is the culmination of everything I understand The Chariot to be, and no one else could have made this record,” says The New Review. The PRP more aggressively states, “The Chariot have delivered an album that practically spits blood through your speakers.” The band recently launched pre-order packages with brand new merch designs. Each physical preorder from the band will receive a link to a live version of “Speak” and the track “and” from the One Wing demo recording sessions.
The Chariot KILLED IT in Montreal on Saturday. They performed on the floor right in the middle of the crowd, creating an absolutely insane show. This photographer was blown away (and not for the first time). I got these images with my Nikon D90, 14-24mm f.2.8 & 50mm f/1.8.
Atlanta, GA’s The Chariot recently posted the new track “Music Of A Grateful Heart” on their official Facebook page. The track is cut from the new vinyl LP version of the band’s latest Good Fight Music release, ‘Long Live’, set to release on August 2nd. The digital and physical CD version of ‘Long Live’ was originally released on November 22nd, 2010 and is the band’s fourth full-length album to date.
Georgia’s The Chariot and MetalSucks.net are pleased to announce an exclusive contest giveaway for the band’s new Limited Edition 7-inch vinyl album. Fans can enter the contest at THIS LOCATION. Fans can also pre-order the vinyl at the Good Fight Music merch store, HERE. The winner of the MetalSucks.net contest will receive the #1 pressing of the green glow-in-the-dark colour 7-inch. See below for information about the different colours and pressing information.