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Fit For An Autopsy's Pat Sheridan: "Quitting Is Not An Option"


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February 14, 2020

In many ways, Pat Sheridan embodies exactly what it means to be a guitarist on the front line of extreme metal in 2020. Having been a prominent figure in Fit For An Autopsy's sometimes slow, but always sure ascension: he's one of the many musicians in alternative music that have had to scratch and claw for every segment of success they could dig their nails in to for over a decade, but in essence: there's really no one else like him. 

His pre...

February 8, 2020

If there was any doubt that Thy Art Is Murder have become one of, if not THE premier extreme metal bands in circulation: then tonight's rabid, capacity crowd crammed inside Birmingham's O2 Institute should end all factors of the debate. At one point the Aussies were the globes deathcore sweethearts, but today they've become inescapably more. No longer the kings of a sub-genre: Thy Art are at the forefront of a much bigger conversation - one that...

January 19, 2020

Sometimes it's not until push comes to shove that you find out what you're truly made of. And as New Jersey extreme metal trio Lorna Shore gear towards the release of their third full length LP Immortal: it's fair to say their backs are against the wall. The hill staring them in the face and daring them to attempt a climbing run has been thrust upon them through no fault of their own, this time last month the band were a quartet, and the departur...

October 21, 2019

Starting as a side project before evolving into a fully fledged touring band - Rings Of Saturn enterprised their way into the deathcore history books. Known for their thematic, brain melting musicianship, Gidim is the bands latest chapter in their story of extreme music proficiency.

Despite their pre-existing fandom, Rings of Saturn are still a band with a lot to prove. Deathcore at this point in time is arguably more over saturated than it's...

April 22, 2019

Over the course of a career, few bands can achieve such a status wherein they become utterly synonymous with the genre they exist within. Any conversation about melodic death metal will consistently bring up a few bands: some pioneers, some who elevated the genre, and some who dominated it – but without a doubt, no discussion about melodic death metal would be complete without the inclusion of Michigan legends The Black Dahlia Murder. Almost two...

February 20, 2019

To find Alexandra Palace, you have to traverse a minefield of roundabouts and hilly areas before the you get to the venue, the Palace standing out like a rural lighthouse, juxtaposing the London skyline with the natural features. There aren’t many venues like Alexandra Palace, and Thy Art Is Murder know it.

“When you walk up those stairs and you see these bands that have played, not even metal bands, just iconic bands, it’s just insane,” bassist S...

February 14, 2019

In 2016, Newcastle newcomers Starve To Survive kicked off their career with a strong debut in Life // Loss; an EP which has seen them tour alongside the likes of Loathe and Black Tongue, as well as perform at Manchester’s Fall In The Brawl Festival. With fans gearing up ready for their second release Have Me To Waste, the aftermath of this one might not be as positive.

Like every metal band, it’s apparent Starve To Survive have used this EP as a t...

February 12, 2019

InVisions are a Metalcore band from York, UK, and with their secondary album Between You & Me, they could potentially become the highest bidders for the title of heaviest Metalcore band in the world right now. Combining crushing riffs with huge orchestral synths amongst a plethora of other sound, ranging from tight Deathcore vocals through Nu-Metal verses, they wear their influences on their sleeves and accentuate each and every one of them to th...

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