Some of these songs are 20 years old and they’ve been messed around with and a couple of them have been in other bands and stuff like that but it’s they’ve never really been collected in one place.
Drawing influence from bands such as ‘Fucked Up’, ‘Leatherface’ and ‘Protest The Hero’ to name but a few, this band, with their incredible work ethic and ferocious live performances.
‘Sammy Swing Easy’ which has Mick Jagger written all over it and the change in style and approach, as well as Jon shifting his vocal range and delivery around with ease proves that this will be a band to watch out for when they drop a full length album.
I can honestly say that this release is a must listen for deathcore fans and should be held as a standard within an already very competitive but niche sound. To their credit, ‘Beyond Deviation 400 (400 Vocalist World Record Track)’ is a thoughtfully crafted and superbly produced record.
If the earth could speak, it would probably be disappointed in us as a species right now. We don’t think about it, we think about ourselves first. This album presents a world that is, according to Gary, “disillusioned and heartbroken it is now fighting back.
Having released the single ‘Love is the Enemy’ with a spectacular launch show, followed by the acclaimed video for ‘Save Your Life’ in April 2020, the debut album, produced by Tony Wilson (BBC Radio 1/TotalRock/Mia Klose), is set for release in the Summer of 2021.
The jam-packed virtual gig, is shot on location in London at Hard Rock Cafe – Piccadilly Circus. The show will centre around a house band aptly named, ‘The Tier Jerkers’, which features touring musicians – Rex Roulette, Seye Adelekan (Gorillaz), Mat Hector (Iggy Pop) and Ben Ellis (Iggy Pop). The houseband will perform alongside the all-star lineup, with guests recording both on location at Hard Rock Cafe and remotely from their home studios.
Chock full of driving anthems and softer moments that will garner them an army of fans, the guests are also supplemented with one Travis Barker, best known as the drummer for Blink-182, who makes a handful of appearances as well.
4 albums followed with Erik, countless tours and a stunning reputation as a frontman ensured sold out gigs around the world. But then the unexpected took place and the new guy made way for the original guy and back came Kenny, fitter and healthier than ever and ready to take the crown that was always rightfully his.