Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Tag: deathcore

fit for an autopsy

Fit For An Autopsy drop political video for “Shepherd” shot in one take

Fit For An Autopsy have done an incredible job of reinvigorating deathcore with their last album The Great Collapse, and they're setting themselves up to do...

Despised Icon drop pig squeal worshipping new track “Snake in the Grass”

Montreal deathcore act Despised Icon are about to put out their sixth full-length record and second since semi-retiring, and they've got a new track to dive...

Carnifex team up with Arch Enemy vocalist for melodic new track

Deathcore veterans Carnifex are preparing to release their upcoming album, World War X, but before then they’re releasing a killer new track with a...

Thy Art Is Murder announce new album, release title track

Australian deathcore act Thy Art Is Murder have announced plans for their latest record Human Target. The record is due out July 26 for Nuclear Blast...
bring me the horizon bmth 2019

Watch Bring Me The Horizon dust off their old deathcore songs

Tuesday was Oli Sykes' birthday. And the Bring Me The Horizon frontman celebrated the occasion onstage with his English rock act, blasting through a...
Lil Uzi & Lorna Shore

Lil Uzi Vert moshes to Lorna Shore at death metal show

Hip-hop star Lil Uzi Vert was apparently feeling the metal vibes last night. Enjoy some video of the "XO Tour Llif3" rapper moshing and...

The Black Dahlia Murder and Whitechapel announce co-headlining tour

Death metal mainstays the Black Dahlia Murder and Whitechapel will hit the road for a huge co-headlining tour in the U.S. this summer, each...

BROJOB are the new deathcore band everyone is talking about

Meet BROJOB: The deathcore band that seemingly came out of nowhere—but are quickly stirring up the genre. If you're unsure of who they are, don't...
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Suicide Silence and Whitechapel talk the past, present and future of deathcore

Eddie Hermida of Suicide Silence and Phil Bozeman of Whitechapel stopped by APTV to talk with correspondent Stevie James about the evolution of deathcore,...

Oli Sykes brings back Bring Me The Horizon’s deathcore screams during “Shadow Moses” performance

You’re most likely aware that Bring Me The Horizon are no longer a deathcore band. Regardless of whether their change in sound ultimately had...