the fall of troy

20 mathcore albums that made the genre what it is today
20 mathcore albums that made the genre what it is today
Although hardcore is often considered a more simplistic style of aggressive music, bands have broken that mold by breeding offshoot subgenres with unique approaches. As the ’90s metallic hardcore movement developed, many took a more technical approach and began experimenting with every piece of their sound, leading to the entire mathcore movement. Like...
Thomas Erak exits Chiodos in order to focus on the Fall Of Troy
Thomas Erak exits Chiodos in order to focus on the Fall Of Troy
Chiodos guitarist Thomas Erak has revealed via his personal Twitter account that he has parted ways with the band in order to focus on the Fall Of Troy's highly anticipated new album and his home life. Despite the seemingly sudden departure, Chiodos have already acquired a replacement and will not be canceling any of their upcoming co-headlining dates with We Came As Romans. Check out Er ... Read
The Fall Of Troy release trailer containing reunion show footage; news coming monday
The Fall Of Troy release trailer containing reunion show footage; news coming monday
The Fall Of Troy have released a video featuring footage from their three reunion shows that took place this past December. Each date the band performed one of their three full-length albums front-to-back. Along with the video, the band revealed that they will be making some announcements this coming Monday, May 12, in regards to "news, shipping info, board launch and designs," coupled w
Interview: Thomas Erak on roller skating mishaps, karaoke dreams and (maybe) joining Chiodos
Interview: Thomas Erak on roller skating mishaps, karaoke dreams and (maybe) joining Chiodos
When news broke in November about Chiodos guitarist Jason Hale departing the band only a few months after their reunion with frontman Craig Owens and drummer Derrick Frost, it actually wasn’t that surprising. After all, in the band’s cover story in AP 290, Hale was quoted as saying, “I honestly think is totally doable without me… I don’t think I’ll ever be touring full-time again.” Cue Thomas Era