Cradle of Filth

Graphic Art Displayed in Background During Cradle of Filth Live Performance

Cradle of Filth is a British Extreme Metal band with influences from gothic metal, and other extreme metal subgenres. The band was formed in 1991 in Suffolk, United Kingdom. Classification of Cradle of Filth’s musical style has caused a great controversy. It evolved from the Death Metal of its first demos towards a cleaner amalgam… Continue reading Cradle of Filth

Arch Enemy

Powerful Female Vocals Are Hallmark of Arch Enemy

Arch Enemy is a Swedish melodic death metal band from Halmstad, founded in 1996 by guitarist Michael Amott after leaving his previous band Carcass. Arch Enemy made its big breakthrough when the band’s former German singer Angela Gossow took her place in the band in connection with the album Wages of Sin (2001). Arch Enemy… Continue reading Arch Enemy

Bleeding Through

Audience Cheers to Brandan Schieppati's Screams

Bleeding Through is a California metal band. The band was formed in 1999 and have released eight studio albums and two DVDs during its career. The band broke up in 2014 but played one charity gig in 2016. In 2018, Bleeding Through announced a comeback and released their eighth album Love Will Kill All. The… Continue reading Bleeding Through

Himsa

Himsa Singer John Pettibone

Himsa was a thrash metal-influenced metalcore group from Seattle, Washington. The name of the band is inspired by the Sanskrit linga term “Ahimsa“, which means “non-violence“, from which by removing the initial A you get “Himsa“, meaning “kill” or “harm“. The band was formed in 1998 and the following year released a self titled EP,… Continue reading Himsa

Combichrist

Great Makeup Job on Andy LaPlegua

Combichrist is an aggrotech and industrial metal music project formed in 2003 by Andy LaPlegua, who is also the founder and singer of Icon of Coil, Panzer AG, Scandinavian Cock and Scandy. Born as Ole Anders Olsen on September 15, 1975 in Fredrikstad in Norway, Andy LaPlegua, is currently based in Tennessee, United States. Combichrist… Continue reading Combichrist

Billy Talent

Due to Physicality of Live Shows, Benjamin Kowalewicz Sings Without Shirt

Billy Talent is a Canadian punk rock band from Mississauga, Ontario. It was formed in 1993 with Benjamin Kowalewicz on vocals, Ian D’Sa on guitar, Jon Gallant on bass, and Aaron Solowoniuk on drums. No formation change was made until Aaron’s departure in 2016. He was replaced with Jordan Hastings of Alexisonfire. In 13 years… Continue reading Billy Talent

Alexisonfire

Clean Vocalist for Alexisonfire - Dallas Green

Alexisonfire is a post-hardcore band from St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. The band was formed in 2001. Alexisonfire has five members. They describe their music as aggressive and full of energy. An exclusive sound, especially thanks to the multiple range of several unique singers. Dallas Green provides melody with his soft vocals. George Pettit is the… Continue reading Alexisonfire

Agnostic Front

Backlit Roger Miret

Agnostic Front is an American hardcore punk band from New York, founded in 1980. They laid the foundation for the hardcore genre, New York branch, and pioneered crossover thrash, the style of combining hard punk with metal. The band ranks among the most prominent representatives of specific New York hardcore alongside Sick of it All… Continue reading Agnostic Front

3 Inches of Blood

3 Inches of Blood Headbanging on Stage

At the time when true metal was being pushed aside by all kinds of nu metal genre, 3 Inches Of Blood hit the eardrums of guitar-powered music fans with old school heavy metal. Hailing out of Vancouver in British Colombia, Canada, 3 Inches of Blood took all that made metal great in the 1980’s and… Continue reading 3 Inches of Blood