Dublin-based Neon Empire have dropped their latest single – “City Lights” and it’s another cracker. The metalcore fourpiece have been building momentum (despite Covid) and are going from strength to strength. After the success of “This Clarity” (featuring Jimmie Strimell & Pontus Hjelm of Dead By April) they defied lockdown with another face-melting single “Wrath”, […]
I am impressed by the mix of styles they employ to push their message and there are some absolutely banging moments which I know will set circle pits off with wanton abandon.
Dublin based metalcore four-piece Neon Empire have just released their brand new video for the single “Wrath“. Here’s what the band had to say about their new Single: “Wrath is an intense experience. This song is an invitation into a world of primal rage, and with it, a warning of the consequences of losing control. […]
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xist Immortal’s sound is a uniquely balanced mixture of thrash, fantasy, hardcore punk, which some may call Metalcore, yet the seamless integration with which the band has brought these together is a testament to their musicianship and skill.