Warning: Johnny Plague’s voice is massive. So, be careful trying to scream along with him. You’ll likely blow a hole in your throat.
Winds of Plague have released another new single titled “From Failure, Comes Clarity” from new album Blood Of My Enemy.
Last Wednesday, the Californian deathcore band, Winds of Plague, blew through Toronto’s The Phoenix concert theatre.
“Understanding”, featuring Jonathan “Johnny Plague” Cooke from Winds of Plague fame, is a freaking KILLER free download from hardcore/metal band Stand Your Ground.
Episode Summary: Alloy Matt is joined, in studio, by Jacob, Bryan and Brian from I Am the Monster. They chat nerdiness, of course, great stuff they are putting in their earholes and just talk a little shit as well. It was AWESOME getting to have locals on the show again! It had been a while… then locals two weeks in a row?
Winds Of Plague has teamed up with Bloody-Disgusting for the premiere of their new music video for “Refined In The Fire”. Directed by Jeremy Schott of MentalSuplex, the video keeps in the Halloween vein with blood covered band members and zombies. “Being a big fan of both horror films and Halloween we wanted to do a video to tie into both.” Says vocalist Johnny Plague.
Being from a little town in Idaho, going to a big festival-type concert is a big deal. The aptly named Mayhem Festival made a stop in Nampa (near Boise) this week, and with a line-up that includes Chimaira, Hatebreed, Lamb of God, Korn and several other of my favorite bands, making the four-hour drive was not even a debate.
After about 5 hours of sleep I was back to Parc Jean-Drapeau for the second day of Heavy MTL. I quickly got myself to the front of the Mayhem Stage where Hail The Villain soon came on and rocked the crowd, opening with “Try Hating The World”. HTV were magnificent performing songs off their album Population: Declining. Bryan Crouch satisfied the crowd with his scary movements and talked about how they are the most badass group – Hail The Villain definitely won fans’ hearts.