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DEATH BY KI unleash their New video and EP.

Death by Ki


Bursting out of Bridgwater, Somerset, newcomers Death By Ki bond together a formidable sound, lifting from the rampant power of Slayer and Lamb Of God and the old school riffery of Metallica. The South West road warriors, comprised of Josh Ayerst (Guitars and lead vocals), Chris Chamberlain (Guitars and backing vocals), Will Robins (Bass and backing vocals), and Nick Cope (Drums), pack together a heady blend of pummelling hooks laced with Slayer-esque vocals, set with layered riffage, and complemented by sturdy bass and rock solid beats.
Death By Ki now release debut EP, ‘The Right Of Might’, which immediately lunges forward with stunning pace, spewing out frantic drumming and hi-octane riffs to striking effect. Ramming five songs of intensely contagious vocal lines, a burly rhythm section, and high paced Kirk Hammett-esque licks, the band have produced a blazing and potent slice of modern metal.
The South west metalheads have also just unveiled new video single ‘Control (In A World Of Free Will)’ and you can check it our right here at –


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Attacking your senses like the warped bastard child of Queens Of The Stoneage loaded up on a vintage batch of whisky, Milestone will pound your head into compliance with their invigorating blend of scuzzy Alt-rock. The band release their spanking new EP ‘Medicate The Night’ through Imperial Music on Monday 13th May.
Before the release of the EP  the band have released he blistering new video for ‘Dirty Knees’. This sleazy rock n roll cut is taken from the band’s debut EP ‘Medicate The Night’, and you can check it out here

Set firmly apart from their Metalcore peers in South Wales, Milestone are inspired by the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Them Crooked Vultures, The Black Keys, Jack White, and the Foo Fighters, and loosely sit within the arena of twisted alternative-rock with their hearty and alluring angular sound, underpinned by edgy blues rock.
Formed in February 2012, after meeting in College in Bridgend, South Wales, Milestone have an individual and collective rampant obsession with riff-driven rock, and it manifests itself in their music. The quartet are steadily picking up new fans and have already extensively played throughout their homeland, sharing stages with an assortment of artists such as Exit International, The Dead Famous, Gavin Butler from The Blackout, and Neil Starr from Attack, Attack. The twisted riffsmiths are also poised to strike out to the nation with touring soon to be announced.

Now fresh from bunkering down in the studio, where the band laid down five cuts, Milestone are set to nationally unveil their stunning debut EP ‘Medicate The Night’, and it’s a real gem. From the rock ‘n’ roll strut and groove of opener ‘Dirty Knees’, to the EP’s title track ‘Medicate The Night’ which comes at you with a rollercoaster ride of fuzzed up raw riffage, and to the dynamics of closer ‘Bless Your Soul’, these South Wales rocksters have cultivated a throbbing beast of a debut that will command your attention and ensure that the band take flight.

 The band are also set to hit the road in support of the record cross the  UK,a track from the impending EP. For info on where they are playing hit up the band’s Facebook for updates at –

Hundred Days release new video

Hundred Days Online Promo shot

South West rock crew ‘HUNDRED DAYS’ have just released their new video for the track ‘Whatever Happened To You’.

The video single is out now and is taken from the band’s acclaimed album ‘Mission Exodus’.

The video can be viewed now at and check out the band’s Facebook at

Formed in 2007 and born in Yeovil, Somerset, Hundred Days unleash a sound that flirts cunningly between classic rock and heavy metal. Drawing from everyone from ‘Slash’ and ‘Guns ‘n’ Roses’, to ‘Led Zeppelin’ and ‘AC/DC’, Hundred Days offer a unique take on the heavy rock genre.

The hotly tipped trio have been busy making new friends and gaining more fans. With a strong gigging work ethic which has seen the band play the length and breadth of the UK (including a series of high-profile festival appearances throughout the South-West area, as well as supporting Hugh Cornwell, from ‘The Stranglers’), there’s no stopping Hundred Days as they move up through the gears. Added to the fact that the threesome have recently released their brand new album ‘Mission Exodus’, which racked up widespread national press recognition and rampant coverage throughout the underground, the sky is the limit for these South-westerners.

Hundred Days now plough forward again with their video single ‘Whatever Happened To You’, which is lifted from Mission Exodus. ‘Whatever Happened To You’ is a killer blues rock cut that tips its cap to ‘Queens Of The Stoneage’ and those beard kings, ‘ZZ Top’. The track is also backed by a cool ‘quirky’ video that warrants your attention. The single is available from 4th March and can be accessed at .

FOR FANS OF: Alter Bridge, Slash, Guns N Roses.


Static Plan release new video


Alternative Rock/ Electronic band Static Plan release their new video for the track  ‘Your Type Kills Mine’.

The Guildford, England based quartet once more treat the world to their appealing mix of “grumbling riffs”, “belligerent guitars” and the “ethereal vocals of Deftones” with the release of the video.  ‘Your Type Kills Mine’ is taken from their 2012 self titled EP which has garnered strong acclaim and the band a growing formidable fan base.

Taking most of their influences from the Rock/ Metal scenes of the early 1990’s  Static Plan have built a solid reputation by constructing music that is “strikingly unique, yet wholly familiar”. It is fusion of Alternative Rock, Industrial and Grunge with a heart, atmosphere, and creativity of the underground Metal scene of the early nineties.

Check out the video @

Static Plan is:

Kyle MacKenzie – Vocals/Synth
Jonno Lloyd – Guitar
Ben Martin – Bass
Greg Webber – Drums

Raven Lord – Third Episode Of Raven Lord TV Posted Online‏


Heavy Metal weights RAVEN LORD announce in their third Episode of “RAVEN LORD TV” video podcast the confirmation of their first Summer Festival R-MINE FESTIVAL 2013, June in Belgium.

Larry Paterson who is hosting the new episode also introduces his E-drum endorsement with Carlsbro for practice purposes. RAVEN LORD TV – Episode 3 – Endorsement and Confirmed Festival can be watched below:

The band is also priming themselves for some touring in Spring 2013 followed by Summer Festivals as well as some high profile shows.

RAVEN LORD’s debut album, “Descent To The Underworld“, will be released on February 1, 2013 in Europe and February 12, 2013 in North America via Mausoleum Records. The CD was mixed by acclaimed Swedish producer Fredrik Nordström (AT THE GATES, ARCH ENEMY, NIGHTRAGE, IN FLAMES, DREAM EVIL, OPETH) and was mastered by U.S. mastering engineer Maor Appelbaum (SEPULTURA, HALFORD, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, ANGRA, DOKKEN). The cover artwork was created by Brazilian artist Caio Caldas of CadiesArt, who has previously worked with DORO, PAUL DI’ANNO, SEVEN KINGDOMS, DOMINANZ and VIOLET SUN, among others.

RAVEN LORD are : Csaba Zvekan (Killing Machine) – Vocals, Joe Stump (Holyhell, Reing of Terror) – Lead Guitar, Jamie Mallender (Tony Martin) – Bass, Lawrence “Larry” Paterson (Blaze Baley) – Drums, George Karafotis (Vermillion Days) – Guitar, Alessandro Duo (Voodoo Highway) – Keyboards

“Unashamedly wearing their heavy metal roots on their leather-studded sleeves, RAVEN LORD combine the classic metal feel of the past with the fresh aggression of the present. Thunderous bass lines, pounding drums and explosive riffs blend with distinct heavy, melodic vocals to create driving and memorable songs.”

Immension release new video!‏


Immension - Promo Shot
Flaunting speed slabs of melodic metal and riffs as dense as the basaltic layer, ‘Immension’ have an incessant intensity and are geared to parade their message to everyone within ear shot. The Sheffield metal crew have pooled influences from In Flames and Metallica, and have crafted a sound that is primed for ascendant in 2013. The band release their self-titled Ep on 7th January and they have just released the video for ‘Shadow Of Yourself’, check it out at and look up the band’s page for live dates over at

Born out of Sheffield in South Yorkshire, the very original seeds of Immension were sown over five years ago when founding members, vocalist/guitarist Jake Kearsley and lead axeman Tim Dolan, started to trade riffs with one another. For the next few years Immension struggled, largely due to a series of unreliable members serving as their rhythm section. However, all of this changed last year when tub-thumper, Jonni Sowter, and bassist, Hasan Ahmed, entered the fray and everything finally fell into place for the emerging metal crew.

With a solid line-up in place, the band soon began to play a barrage of shows throughout the country, ripping up stages from London to Leeds, and everywhere in between. Now having honed their live sound, Immension hit the studio to lay down tracks for their self-titled debut EP, and it’s a hidden gem.

The forthcoming EP takes shape with the pounding riffage of ‘Shadow Of Yourself’; a potent opener for the Yorkshire metallers, the track suitably displays the four piece’s impressive dual prong guitar attack and dynamism. Next, the high velocity fret-flurries and Slayer-esque beatings of ‘Lost & Forgotten’ go straight for the throat, while the slow-burning ‘In Vain’ further highlights the quartet’s guile. Armed with a strong and stout EP, it’s evident that the Sheffield metallers are poised for a heady climb next year.

EP TRACKLISTING: 1. Shadow Of Yourself; 2. Lost & Forgotten; 3. In Vain.

BAND MEMBERS: Jake Kearsley – Vocals / Guitar; Tim Dolan – Lead Guitar; Jonni Sowter – Drums; Hasan Ahmed – Bass Guitar.

FOR FANS OF: In Flames, Metallica, Arch Enemy.

Fuckshovel unleash video ‘Schizophonic’ + News announcement‏



Coming at you from the backstreets of London Town, metallic punks ‘Fuckshovel’ set loose the stunning video for ‘Schizophonic’, taken from their forthcoming album ‘This Is What We Are’.

Fuckshovel’s sound has been described as “an unrelenting mass of festering dragster groove primed with the DNA of old school Discharge disfigured and dispatched with the manic face down aggression of ‘Hotrod’-era Ministry being pummelled by Anthrax and spiked with crowd pleasing terrace styled choruses.”  Boasting a stunning concoction of old school metal melded with the attitude and drive of punk rock, the band have had stints with Cradle of Filth, Decimator, Basement Jaxx, Plan B, and remnants of Phil Lynott’s Grand Slam. The band drop their debut album ‘This Is What We Are’ on Monday, 18th February.

But in the meantime, check out the video for ‘Schizophonic’ over at