Metal band – Sabbat UK http://sabbat-uk.com/ Mon, 29 Nov 2021 21:58:17 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://sabbat-uk.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/profile-120x120.png Metal band – Sabbat UK http://sabbat-uk.com/ 32 32 Japanese metal band SURVIVE working on next full album, coming in 2022 https://sabbat-uk.com/japanese-metal-band-survive-working-on-next-full-album-coming-in-2022/ Mon, 29 Nov 2021 21:43:42 +0000 https://sabbat-uk.com/japanese-metal-band-survive-working-on-next-full-album-coming-in-2022/ Tokyo-based “Samurais from Hell,” SURVIVE – active in the world for over 20 years – is currently in the studio, working on the band’s next full album, which will be released in 2022. The band wants to share their studio experience with their fans, by posting updates to the jam session studio vlog. Watch the […]]]>

Tokyo-based “Samurais from Hell,” SURVIVE – active in the world for over 20 years – is currently in the studio, working on the band’s next full album, which will be released in 2022. The band wants to share their studio experience with their fans, by posting updates to the jam session studio vlog.

Watch the latest vlog, Day 8, here: https://youtu.be/aZPG7zDEptU

The group said:
“We have lost the place to work with this pandemic. It’s a concert or a tour. This pandemic has kept our band from playing and touring.
We decided to use the time we have now to create new music in the studio.
We will be sharing this studio experience with our fans over the next few months as a Vlog. We are also looking for a label to release this new album in Europe and Russia.
We’re still composing the songs, so there are jam sessions to help us compose the final songs.
The plan is to release this album in 2022. We can’t wait to see you all live very soon!

In case you missed the previous vlogs, check them out below.
Vlog # 1 – https://youtu.be/cBCK7Qkz5aY
Vlog # 2 – https://youtu.be/bsbPyHi6ZVo
Vlog # 3 – https://youtu.be/A_k_-1xTzOg
Vlog # 4 – https://youtu.be/LG-8m1L8AjQ
Vlog # 5 – https://youtu.be/fUeRZcTdDtc
Vlog # 6 – https://youtu.be/XPREOYKveiE
Vlog # 7 – https://youtu.be/TGUkNbAWwGI

Stay tuned for the next vlog!

+ Discover other SURVIVE videos on https://www.youtube.com/c/SURVIVEOFFICIAL/videos

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On July 24, SURVIVE presented the show “Nemo & Gaku Acoustic Live”, which is now available on the band’s YouTube channel, here: https://youtu.be/Y76472r9NTA

Nemo & Gaku’s performance setlist:
1. Rules of lies
2.Snuff (sliding knot blanket)
3. Immortal warriors

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Tokyo’s Thrash Heroes SURVIVE – active in the world for over 20 years – have forged their own indelible path within the jmetal scene. It was 1998 when former Death File guitarist and mastermind Nemo decided to form his own thrash metal band which quickly became the juggernaut known as SURVIVE. Over the next two decades, the band performed in many big festivals (Loud Park, Beast Fest, Multiplex-moto event, Korean Live Rock, Formoz Festival, Asia Metal Festival, Dongducheon Rock Festival, Trendkill Extreme Feast, etc.) and has toured all over the world with acts such as Behemoth, United, Killswitch Engage, Dope, Pulling Teeth, Testament, Outrage, Anthrax, Hatebreed, Napalm Death, Amon Amarth, Venom Inc, At The Gates, to name a few a few, cementing their place in Japanese metal history. Still going strong, SURVIVE’s latest album “Immortal Warriors” was released in the Japanese market on September 12, 2018 and a year later, on September 24, 2019, the album was released worldwide via Sliptrick Records. SURVIVE has lost none of its verve and “Immortal Warriors” is an absolute must-see for fans of this fantastic, often overlooked group.

In September 2020, SURVIVE released their digital EP and single “The Road to Hell is Paved by Goodwill”, feat. Tony “Demolition Man” Dolan from VENOM INC. Watch the official clip, here: https://youtu.be/OpDCsCP_8FA

Download and buy the single here:
Japanese – https://linkco.re/yUCr2SQh
English – https://linkco.re/yUCr2SQh?lang=en

The EP also includes a new re-recorded version of “Rules of Lies” from the album “Human Misery” (2015).

Watch two episodes of the group’s history.
1st – https://youtu.be/zctgJMwdCZ0
2nd – https://youtu.be/x_Ev52d-3_w

Also watch the other videos.
“Degenerate” Drum Game Video: https://youtu.be/1W0nNLcGBQQ
“Immortal Warriors”, acoustic version: https://youtu.be/iX0v44z0VSU
“Wrath” guitar playing video: https://youtu.be/u-3OV4jlA50
Film Festival Digest “Métallisation 1”: https://youtu.be/VR853NNIwCM
Official “Degenerate” video: https://youtu.be/59jfifiBZCY
“Immortal Warriors” video: https://youtu.be/DzwXNSE_-ck

Group photo by Ko-ichi Mukoyama

More information at:
BAND: http://www.rebel-survive.com | https://www.facebook.com/survive333
MANAGEMENT: https://www.facebook.com/SplitScreenManagement | http://www.splitscreen-management.com

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Rolling Stones Group Members Net Worth Ranking https://sabbat-uk.com/rolling-stones-group-members-net-worth-ranking/ Sat, 27 Nov 2021 21:00:00 +0000 https://sabbat-uk.com/rolling-stones-group-members-net-worth-ranking/ Combining the net worth of the Rolling Stones group members, that’s about $ 1.45 billion. Rolling Stones are an English rock group formed in 1962 in London. The Band has been active for almost six decades and is currently one of the most famous rock bands that have lasted this long. Rolling Stones was one […]]]>

Combining the net worth of the Rolling Stones group members, that’s about $ 1.45 billion. Rolling Stones are an English rock group formed in 1962 in London. The Band has been active for almost six decades and is currently one of the most famous rock bands that have lasted this long. Rolling Stones was one of the pioneers of the pop-rock genre in the 1960s, comprised of a heavier, gritty sound that defined the hard rock genre. The band is made up of Mick Jagger, the band’s vocalist Brian Jones, who is the band’s multi-instrumentalist. The band’s guitarist is Keith Richards, Bill Wyman and drummer Charlie Watts. By the time Rolling Stones is already considered the greatest rock & roll group in the world at the end of the 60s with their contribution to the world of music.

When the group was formed, Jones was the main leader of the group as he named them and brought them together. In 1963, Andrew Loog Oldham joined them to be their manager and encouraged the group to write their songs. This allowed Jagger and Richards to become the main creators of the group, which alienated Jones, who later developed an addiction. Over the years the group can be considered a success on its own and has built up assets and properties due to its fame. The net worth of each group member is ranked below and how they could make that much money.

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4 Ronnie wood

Ronnie Wood comes in fourth place with his net worth of $ 200 million. The English rock musician was widely known for his time spent with the Rolling Stones. He joined the band after the band split from Mick Taylor in 1975. Throughout his time with the Rolling Stones he was able to release eleven studio albums. He has also appeared in the live albums of seven groups. As a member of the Rolling Stones, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989.

With his involvement with the Rolling Stones, Wood has amassed a total net worth of $ 200 million. Although he became famous for being the band, he is a talented artist and musician capable of playing various instruments. The majority of his wealth comes from his time with the Rolling Stones, but he is also a famous visual artist and his work has been featured in various exhibitions around the world.

3 Charlie watts

English musician Charlie Watts was the drummer for rock band The Rolling Stones. He joined the group a year after their formation and since rocked the stage with the group until his tragic passing on August 24, 2021. With a net worth of $ 250 million, he takes third place on the list. Rolling Stones. “The net worth of members. In 1989, he was inducted as a member of the Rolling Stones into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. With the years he spent with the Rolling Stones, he also formed his own group, Charlie Watts Quintet, where he attended live music concerts. With his Band Charlie Watts Quintet, they released four albums in total.

As a musician, producer, songwriter and horseman, he was able to earn his net worth in the millions. He was best known as the longtime Rolling Stones drummer, but is widely regarded as one of the best drummers of his time. He had a versatile talent and also worked as a producer and songwriter. He was also heavily involved in the production of jazz music. Besides his musical career, he also acquired part of his wealth by holding stakes in the corporate entities of The Rolling Stones group. In addition, he has ventured into different businesses, including a stud farm of Arabian horses that he runs with his wife.

2 Keith richards

With an estimated net worth of $ 500 million, Keith Richards made Mick Jagger the richest member of the group. The English musician and songwriter achieved worldwide success with his time with the group. As the co-founder, guitarist and second voice of the group, he has accumulated his wealth. During his time with the Rolling Stones, he had appeared throughout the band’s entire album. He was also honored as a member of the band when he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989.

With the success of the Rolling Stones, Richards was able to bet on him. The group has managed to sell more than 200 million records around the world. Almost every year the band tours regularly to this day. In 2018 alone, they were able to make $ 117 million in just 14 shows. Additionally, Richards and Jagger wrote almost all of the songs on their albums, which also helps them earn millions from royalties.

1 Mick jagger

Tied with Keith Richards, Mick Jagger is also considered the richest member of the Rolling Stones group with a net worth of $ 500 million. The English musician and singer is the singer of the band and the face of the band. He is considered one of the best singers and also a founding member of his group. He dropped out of college to join the Rolling Stones and the best decision of his life. After joining the band, the singer wrote some of the Rolling Stones songs with the band’s co-founder and guitarist, Keith Richards. Like his colleagues, he was inducted and recognized in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989.

With his continuing career with the group, Mick Jagger always builds on the group’s success. Like Richards, as the group’s co-founder, Jagger regularly earns income from the sale of the album and from the tour. With the group’s success, they were able to earn millions from their annual tours around the world.

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Sources: LA Times, All The Music, Metal Castle, Celebrity Net Worth, Ultimate Classic Rock

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Napier Tech Band ready for Christmas https://sabbat-uk.com/napier-tech-band-ready-for-christmas/ Thu, 25 Nov 2021 03:03:43 +0000 https://sabbat-uk.com/napier-tech-band-ready-for-christmas/ The Napier Tech Band is getting ready for their Christmas concert. Put a mark on the calendar for Sunday, December 12 and join the seasonal festivities at the Napier Tech Band Christmas Concert at All Saints Church, Puketapu Rd, Taradale. Tickets cost $ 10 at the door. The concert begins at 2 pm with non-festive […]]]>

The Napier Tech Band is getting ready for their Christmas concert.

Put a mark on the calendar for Sunday, December 12 and join the seasonal festivities at the Napier Tech Band Christmas Concert at All Saints Church, Puketapu Rd, Taradale.

Tickets cost $ 10 at the door.

The concert begins at 2 pm with non-festive arrangements “so as not to be overloaded with Christmas spirit, so to speak, like California Dreamin ‘,” says junior conductor Teresa Cuthbert.

“Then to make you look forward to Art Deco, I Left my Heart in San Francisco and It Don’t Mean a Thing, the latter featuring one of the group’s rising stars, Cameron Boyle, and later in the program, Variations at the Scarborough Fair.

“Then we enter into the Christmas cheer with fabulous arrangements of well-known tunes.”

Teresa says the “star piece” is a spectacular rendition of Twelve Days of Christmas interspersed with hilarious readings in the style of Penelope Keith.

“Audiences will stomp on Courage and Honor played by the Junior Band and will be amazed by two new instruments, the Metal Bin and the Plastic Bin, in the performance of the Junior Band of Trash Cancerto.

The Napier Technical Memorial Band is led by internationally renowned conductor and trumpeter Christopher Wilson, “whose job it is to ensure that the group and the audience have a wonderful and enjoyable afternoon.”

Teresa says the audience is encouraged to come dressed in their Christmas finery and be ready to sing along with some well-known Christmas carols.

“We are always delighted to welcome new players to the Tech Band and the Junior Band. If you would like to join us, email tcuthbert@napiercentral.school.nz or visit our website www.napiertechband.org/ to learn more. “

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Ellen Chan from Moaning Lisa: “In a band you always work towards the same goal, and you all try to serve the song” https://sabbat-uk.com/ellen-chan-from-moaning-lisa-in-a-band-you-always-work-towards-the-same-goal-and-you-all-try-to-serve-the-song/ Tue, 23 Nov 2021 20:46:20 +0000 https://sabbat-uk.com/ellen-chan-from-moaning-lisa-in-a-band-you-always-work-towards-the-same-goal-and-you-all-try-to-serve-the-song/ Grunge is back, baby! And while it might be Seattle’s dark, suburban streets that first took off, there’s a decent argument to be made for Canberra to be the genre’s new hotspot. Concrete example: Moaning Lisa. It was in 2016 when the quartet burst onto the scene, and over the past five years they have […]]]>

Grunge is back, baby! And while it might be Seattle’s dark, suburban streets that first took off, there’s a decent argument to be made for Canberra to be the genre’s new hotspot. Concrete example: Moaning Lisa. It was in 2016 when the quartet burst onto the scene, and over the past five years they have cultivated a rock-solid identity of relentless ferocity, rough, rough sound with all the emotional intensity. that goes with.

According to singer Charlie Versegi, the group’s debut album, Something like this but not this, is “an unscrupulous and unscrupulous record” – a record which is “resolutely rooted in reality” in which each track goes “straight to the point, without a shit”. Quotes like these usually reek of PR fodder (this one indeed comes from the album’s press release), but Versegi couldn’t be more truthful here: from the soaring early riffs of ‘Cold Water’ to the The distortion of expectation that follows ‘Wild Days’, Moaning Lisa’s debut album is a vicious and visceral assault on the senses, in the most beautiful way.

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Sleep Token Live Review: The Country’s Most Captivating Band | Music | Entertainment https://sabbat-uk.com/sleep-token-live-review-the-countrys-most-captivating-band-music-entertainment/ Sun, 21 Nov 2021 15:41:00 +0000 https://sabbat-uk.com/sleep-token-live-review-the-countrys-most-captivating-band-music-entertainment/ For a while I wondered how Sleep Token’s anonymous black magician shtick would translate on stage. Their albums and clips follow a strict aesthetic that demands your attention and invites analysis. Live, one way or another, the band conceived something completely different: a pensive, personal and moving show. Like a dark messiah, Vessel – the […]]]>

For a while I wondered how Sleep Token’s anonymous black magician shtick would translate on stage. Their albums and clips follow a strict aesthetic that demands your attention and invites analysis. Live, one way or another, the band conceived something completely different: a pensive, personal and moving show.

Like a dark messiah, Vessel – the band’s masked singer – took to the stage with his hands raised to the sound of his followers shouting his name.

He was joined by a pair of black-robed choristers, stoic and motionless throughout the performance.

Vessel cooed the first half of the Atlantic led by the piano to cries that outweighed his voice. His guitarists quickly crawled across the stage like demons to complete the band’s setup and end the song with immeasurable power.

Without wasting any time, the sect launched into Hypnosis, one of their heaviest tracks.

Thanks to this, Sleep Token proved that they have the musicality, skill and presence to be a pure metal band if they ever liked it.

But it was some of the group’s most emotional and enchanting tracks that really blew up the roof of the makeshift place of worship.

Fall For Me, in particular, was a real headache.

I recently considered this to be the worst song on the album, but I’ll happily eat my lyrics. I was wrong.

The group enlisted a quartet of dancer performers to illustrate the alluring and mystical message of Vessel’s beautifully heart-wrenching vocals song. It made me see the play as a more performative and vulnerable instance in the most difficult moments. This notion was felt in Shepherd’s Bush, as there was not a dry eye in the house. A really special moment for the band, for sure.

Right before that, The Love You Want gave Vessel the opportunity to explore her breathtaking and unwavering vocal performance.

Few singers sound perfect live, but the Macabre Maestro was absolutely divine. As if you were listening to the album; completely effortless.

Vessel has spent much of his time exploring his own personal performance space, his hands swinging between nervous pleasure and anxious responsibility to the thousands of people in front of him.

But he seemed most at ease as he approached the edge of the stage, causing his followers’ hands to rise in an effort to touch their new leader.

Through Vessel’s throaty cries and delicate choruses that echoed through the halls of the hall, Sleep Token fans were visibly moved by their music’s messages through more than one song.

I’ve seen emotional fans at concerts before – I’ve been one – but it felt a little different to me.

This Sleep Token experience – and she is an experience – felt as a movement. The rise of a group that is surely poised to dominate the biggest stages in the country, and with more presence than some of the biggest groups in the UK. There isn’t another band in the UK that can come close to creating an atmosphere like this.

Sleep Token not only provided an almost religious experience that thrilled their fans and expanded their music with new riffs and patterns, they created a night of worship for their fans, their music, and the future they hang out with. undoubtedly cut every night. on the scene. It hardly gets any better than that.

Sleep Token’s latest album, This Place Will Become Your Tomb, is out now.

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Rob Halford says he hasn’t heard from KK Downing’s new band https://sabbat-uk.com/rob-halford-says-he-hasnt-heard-from-kk-downings-new-band/ Fri, 19 Nov 2021 22:26:56 +0000 https://sabbat-uk.com/rob-halford-says-he-hasnt-heard-from-kk-downings-new-band/ JUDAS PRIEST leader Rob halford said he didn’t hear THE PRIEST OF KK, the new group launched by PRIESTthe founding guitarist of KK Downing. The 70-year-old singer, who promotes the recently released Limited Edition PRIEST box “50 years of heavy metal music”, was asked about his former bandmate’s new band in a new interview with […]]]>

JUDAS PRIEST leader Rob halford said he didn’t hear THE PRIEST OF KK, the new group launched by PRIESTthe founding guitarist of KK Downing.

The 70-year-old singer, who promotes the recently released Limited Edition PRIEST box “50 years of heavy metal music”, was asked about his former bandmate’s new band in a new interview with Spain Mariskal Rock.

“Well, I didn’t hear it,” Rob said about THE PRIEST OF KK (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). “And when I do, I’ll let you know. I’d much rather stay focused on this 50-year celebration, [on] this box. This box set is an extraordinary representation of this life story that this group went through. “

In addition to tear down, THE PRIEST OF KK old features JUDAS PRIEST singer Tim “Ripper” Owens (voice), with the guitarist AJ Mills (HOSTILE), bass player Tony newton (VAUDOU SIX) and drummer Sean elg (Dead Riders, CAGE).

THE PRIEST OF KKthe first album of, “Sermons of the sinner”, was released on October 1 via Explorer1 Music Group/EX1 records.

tear down spent four months writing and recording “Sermons of the sinner” and, with new ideas, he even resurrected some archived riffs from the ’80s.

KK form THE PRIEST OF KK after JUDAS PRIEST declined his offer to join the group for their 50th anniversary tour. He followed a few famous stage appearances, first with the former MANOWAR guitarist Ross the boss in the summer of 2019, then with a unique program that included alumni MEGADETH bass player David Ellefson and old PRIEST drummer The Binks later this year.

tear down left PRIEST in 2011 amid allegations of gang conflict, poor management and declining performance. It has been replaced by Richie faulkner, nearly three decades his junior.

In 2019, tear down said he contacted JUDAS PRIEST to go on the band’s 50th anniversary tour, but their response was that they weren’t interested in including it in the celebrations.

In 2018, tear down revealed he sent two resignation letters to his bandmates when he decided to quit JUDAS PRIEST. The former was described as “a graceful exit note, involving a smooth retreat from the music”, while the latter was “more angry, exposing all of his frustrations with specific parts”.

tear down later said he thought the second letter was “a main reason” he was not invited to join PRIEST after Glenn tiptonthe decision to withdraw from touring.

In his 2018 autobiography “Heavy Duty: Days And Nights In Judas Priest”, tear down wrote he said Tipton and PRIEST director Jayne andrews that he “hated” them both “since 1985”. Earlier this year, he explained his outburst to Classic rock magazine: “I was angry. Glenn had formed a relationship with Jayne from day one, and it was kind of like a John-and-Yoko situation. I didn’t like it. ”

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Turkish band makes music from garbage https://sabbat-uk.com/turkish-band-makes-music-from-garbage/ Thu, 18 Nov 2021 08:56:28 +0000 https://sabbat-uk.com/turkish-band-makes-music-from-garbage/ Fungistanbul digs in landfills and trash cans to recycle plastic and metal waste into musical instruments. The Turkish group Fungistanbul develops music using instruments made from plastic and metal waste. The trio turned trash into musical instruments to promote recycling. Fungistanbul started experimenting with a sound they call “Oriental Trash” in 2019, joining a growing […]]]>

Fungistanbul digs in landfills and trash cans to recycle plastic and metal waste into musical instruments.

The Turkish group Fungistanbul develops music using instruments made from plastic and metal waste.

The trio turned trash into musical instruments to promote recycling.

Fungistanbul started experimenting with a sound they call “Oriental Trash” in 2019, joining a growing global movement of bands who stuff themselves with things they find after rummaging through landfills and trash cans.

“We had no idea we were going to make this sound when we started,” band member Roni Aran told AFP.

The group owns a studio nestled in a dingy part of Istanbul surrounded by auto repair shops.

“We were all surprised with the result, as were the audience.”

The emergence of Fungistanbul coincides with the growing sense of responsibility of the Turks towards the protection of their environment.

Aran and his two middle-aged friends, who are all professional musicians, told AFP they are encouraging “up-cycling”, the process of adding value to old items that would otherwise have been thrown away. .

“I found this near a dump,” Aran said. “Fortunately, it was clean.”

Turning a bulky sound of metals and plastic into a melody is not as easy as it sounds. For Aran and the members of his band, it takes a lot of work, a lot of thought and commitment to build musical instruments with discarded plastic and metal products and then make sure they produce sound. coherent musicals.

“No matter how primitive it may sound, there is technology behind all of these instruments,” said Aran.

For example, they use a large plastic tub with a deep flat bottom, which can make the sound of a drum, and then secure it with a glass container. Another added feature is a bell which can give a ringing effect to the performance.

Artuc, a percussionist specializing in Latin jazz, hammers plastic mannequins to add a variety of sounds.

“They morphed into a multi-percussion instrument after adding an artistic touch,” he said, explaining why he uses mannequins.

The band have two music videos in their “Oriental Trash” series and are working on a third one, this one involving junk.

Fungistanbul follows in the footsteps of groups such as Latin Latas (Latin Cans), formed in Colombia a decade ago, which now have an international audience and a strong social media presence.

The Turkish trio are still a novice in comparison.

“We had to question ourselves,” Artuc said. “It took a while before I could get on stage and really play these instruments.”

The band still occasionally suffer from mishaps on stage, although their fans usually take it without hesitation.

“Instruments sometimes go out of tune in the middle of a concert,” said Aran.

“But you can lift your spirits by saying ‘wait, I’ll retune’, and the audience will tolerate it knowing that the instruments serve a more important purpose.”

Turning waste into musical instruments is becoming a global movement to save the environment. Egyptian businessman Rabab Luxor was widely praised for his efforts to start the waste music project. Its aim is to fight plastic pollution through art and also to help poor children who live on the streets of Egypt to make musical devices from waste and teach them to play music on them.

“This project started out largely as an experiment,” says Rabab. “Today, he is recognized and celebrated locally, nationally and even internationally for his educational, artistic and environmental messages and achievements.

Source: TRTWorld and agencies

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RGV Sounds: Brownsville Metal Band Begins State-Wide Tour in Harlingen https://sabbat-uk.com/rgv-sounds-brownsville-metal-band-begins-state-wide-tour-in-harlingen/ Tue, 16 Nov 2021 01:03:00 +0000 https://sabbat-uk.com/rgv-sounds-brownsville-metal-band-begins-state-wide-tour-in-harlingen/ HARLINGEN, TX (ValleyCentral) – Breaking out of the local band scene into consistent tours across the country is a dream for most musicians. Read previous versions of RGV Sounds here! All those hours of practicing in the garage and facing the same crowds in the same local places are finally worth it when you start […]]]>

HARLINGEN, TX (ValleyCentral) – Breaking out of the local band scene into consistent tours across the country is a dream for most musicians.

All those hours of practicing in the garage and facing the same crowds in the same local places are finally worth it when you start to see the success of your music.

I Am Heir of Brownsville is starting to see things come to fruition in their music career.

The deathcore band have toured across America before in their five years together and are now set for another tour that takes them to cities across Texas.

“We want to come back on tour regularly now that people are coming back for concerts,” said Matthew Klein, singer.

Klein formed the group in 2016 with some of his friends who he wrote songs with when they were in high school.

After some line-up changes, the group moved in with Klein on vocals, Anthony Leasgang on guitar, Joseph Bakri on bass and Djxyn Jaxsyn on drums.

The group released three EPs during their career, Not condemned (2017), Resistance (2018), and Legacy of death (2021).

While material on I Am Heir’s first two releases categorized them as a Christian metal band, members say their latest release opened their horizons.

“It was a ‘Christian metal’ band, but I had [Klein] get out of your comfort zone and write about other issues, ”Leasgang said. “There is political stuff and other things that people need to hear about.

Legacy of death is a five track EP that shows I Am Heir is serious. Each song features simplistic distorted guitar riffs, growling vocals, and blast beat drums that are synonymous with deathcore.

The EP was released in August and caught the attention of many critics and fans of the group.

To promote the release, I Am Heir has booked a six-date tour that will take them all over Texas.

The first stop on I Am Heir’s tour brought them to Harlingen at The Spot on Jackson Street on Friday.

The group was headlining a five-band show featuring other local bands, Archangel AD, Red Hour, Secrets Told in Silence, and I Am Heir bassist’s solo rap project, Bakri.

A large crowd showed up at the event to see I Am Heir perform and send them on tour.

This is not the first time that the group from Brownsville has undertaken a major tour. In 2018, I Am Heir performed over a dozen shows on the East Coast, and in 2019, they performed a similar number of shows on the West Coast.

For many bands, playing concerts across the country is a dream. I Am Heir says it’s all about the commitment to the product.

“You have to be prepared to take risks, know that people might not show up sometimes, but you have to keep pushing and keep pushing,” Leasgang said.

“Keep your foot on the accelerator,” Klein said. “If you stop the momentum, you’ll have to start all over again later. “

With I Am Heir stepping on the gas across Texas, they’re looking to keep filming and planning bigger dates.

I Am Heir is available on Apple Music, Spotify, and YouTube.

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Should Motörhead be considered a punk band? https://sabbat-uk.com/should-motorhead-be-considered-a-punk-band/ https://sabbat-uk.com/should-motorhead-be-considered-a-punk-band/#respond Thu, 11 Nov 2021 09:30:03 +0000 https://sabbat-uk.com/should-motorhead-be-considered-a-punk-band/ (Credit: Alejandro Páez) Music Thu, November 11, 2021 09.30 GMT In terms of style, Motörhead is one of the most unique and instantly recognizable bands of all time. Engaged in what they knew and loved, namely rock and roll, the trio created a brand of music that was hailed by some as speed metal, by […]]]>

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In terms of style, Motörhead is one of the most unique and instantly recognizable bands of all time. Engaged in what they knew and loved, namely rock and roll, the trio created a brand of music that was hailed by some as speed metal, by others as hard rock and many as hard rock. heavy metal; some even claim they were a punk band.

Regarding the latter genre of music described above, this is understandable for two main reasons. The first is that Motörhead found its success when punk was at its supremacy and that many of the characteristics of the group match the key characteristics of the punk movement. The second is that Lemmy himself said he had more in common with the punks than with the metal scene.

While the group is claimed by metalheads around the world, it’s not that simple. In 2011, Lemmy said categorically, “We weren’t heavy metal. We were a rock and roll band. Are still. Everyone always describes us as heavy metal even when I tell them otherwise. Why are people not listening? He then followed that sentiment in 2014 when he said Der Spiegel that he didn’t particularly like metal.

Lemmy has stated a few times that in general he feels more like punks than metalheads. The band’s relationship with goth-punk heroes, The Damned, is well known, and they’ve even played bass a few times for them. Even more famous he wrote ‘RAMONES’ of 1916 as a direct tribute to the iconic band from New York. The “1 2 3 4” he shouts at the start is a brilliant ode to Ramones.

Aesthetically, the group also looked a lot like punks. If you look at pictures of the leather clad trio, or their album covers, at first glance you would think they were a punk band.

Lemmy also shared how he felt the group shared visual similarities with his pals The Damned rather than Black Sabbath who they were often compared to. He even went so far as to say that he felt he had nothing in common, aesthetically, with groups like Judas Priest, which is true.

Of the speed metal movement the band inspired, he said, “They just have the wrong track. They think being fast and loud is the main thing and it’s not. Guitar solos aren’t that hard for a guitarist, it’s just about playing scales. Feel a solo and bow to it and I mean Hendrix is ​​the best guitarist you’ve ever seen in your life. And he learned from people like Buddy Guy, Lightnin ‘Hopkins and people like that who inspired Hendrix. To be influenced by something, you’re going to have to play it the same way.

Then there is the case of music. In that sense, it’s easier to understand why many think they are punks. Visceral, aggressive, and fueled by amphetamines, there are many instant parallels that can be drawn between their music and punk bands.

Four rhythms on the floor, aggressive lyrics and powerful chords are the three main characteristics of punk, but ironically it was the same for the metal of the late 70s and early 80s. The discussion around the two Iron Maiden’s early records, and if they’re actually punk records instead of metal, highlights that.

Among the power chords he used to use, Lemmy was asked if it came from being able to once be a rhythm guitarist, to which he replied, “No, I play a lot of notes, but I also play a lot of chords. And I play a lot of open strings. I don’t play like a bass player. There are complaints about me from time to time. It’s not like having a bass player; it’s like having a deep guitarist.

It is clear that Motörhead blurred the lines between punk and heavy metal, and remained very influential for this reason. They were the first group to actually do it. They had a proto-punk energy, similar to Iggy and The Stooges and MC5, and through their unwavering commitment to rock and roll, they created a niche for themselves. Impossible to classify, it was Motörhead at a tee.

Was Motörhead a punk? Yes. Are we Motörhead metal? Yes. They straddled the two, while opening their own way. Like Lemmy said, they were pure rock and roll, whatever synonym you choose to use.

Listen to ‘RAMONES’ below.

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Kochi’s newest hard rock band Skreen 6 has a refreshing single https://sabbat-uk.com/kochis-newest-hard-rock-band-skreen-6-has-a-refreshing-single/ https://sabbat-uk.com/kochis-newest-hard-rock-band-skreen-6-has-a-refreshing-single/#respond Sun, 07 Nov 2021 14:10:02 +0000 https://sabbat-uk.com/kochis-newest-hard-rock-band-skreen-6-has-a-refreshing-single/ The group, made up of six young men in their late teens and early twenties, draw heavily on 1980s rock music. The track is brand new, only released a day or two ago on the internet. But the music is surprisingly familiar, if you’re used to getting lost in the rock and roll world of […]]]>

The group, made up of six young men in their late teens and early twenties, draw heavily on 1980s rock music.

The track is brand new, only released a day or two ago on the internet. But the music is surprisingly familiar, if you’re used to getting lost in the rock and roll world of the 1980s every now and then. late teens and early twenties. The oldest is a 24 year old music teacher from Kochi! Not that the “youth” of the group has in any way affected the quality of their music. ‘Rockin Head’, the first single released by the newest hard rock / heavy metal band from Kochi Skreen 6, is refreshingly sweet.

“Everything revolves around our musical journey, what music has meant to us,” says Adithya KM, the band’s drummer. There are six of them: Amal Dev on singer, M Krishnan on lead guitar, Salas Stewart on rhythm guitar, Dibin Savio on keyboard, Jayakrishnan PS on bass and Adithya.

With the exception of Dibin, the others are all graduating. “MK (Krishnan) and I performed in one cover band while Salas, Jayakrishnan and Amal performed in another. Dibin was our guitar teacher at school – he still teaches. We all knew each other and thought about forming a band to play the music we liked, ”says Adithya.

What they like is 80s music, very inspired by bands like Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Whitesnake, Skid Row and Guns N ‘Roses. “This is the music our parents played at home when we were growing up and this is what we loved to listen to. “

Music has been such a big part of their life that the entire single is about their love for it. The last stanza of ‘Rockin Head’ says:

You freed me, when the whole world held me back …
You are the wings that allow me to soar in the sky
You took care of me … When all the others marked me outcast …
You are a warm blanket in a cold in December.

‘Rockin Head’ is the first single from the album of the same name on which Skreen 6 is currently working.

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