Articles about Metalcore
We Chat To Ice Nine Kills On Their First UK Tour | Interview
Self-proclaimed ‘theatricore’ quartet Ice Nine Kills took a break from their AltPress Hell in the Hallways US tour to finally grace the UK and Europe with their Hostel Takeover Tour. We caught up with bassist Justin Morrow to talk the UK run, the thought process behind Every Trick in the Book and how on Earth they plan to top such an insane record.
Ice Nine Kills @ The Globe, Cardiff | Review
After taking a break from their Hell in the Hallways US tour, Ice Nine Kills finally ventured across the pond to grace the UK and mainland Europe for the first time. Today, The Hostel Takeover Tour graces The Globe in Cardiff.
Carcer City announce UK/European tour!
Brit metalcore band Carcer City are set to hit the road this month in support of debut album Infinite//Unknown which was released via Stay Sick Records in September.
Bring Me The Horizon (with Basement and Don Broco) at the O2 Arena
Bring Me The Horizon (with Basement and Don Broco) played the O2 Arena on Saturday 5th November, and there are no words to do that show justice.
Palisades show their ‘Aggression’ and announce new album!
US electronicore group Palisades have announced details of their new album! The self-titled record will be released via Rise Records on January 20, 2017. To celebrate, the quintet have streamed lead single Aggression which you can listen to here…
Salt Lake City powerhouses Chelsea Grin announce UK tour!
Salt Lake City powerhouses Chelsea Grin have announced their second ever European headline which includes 5 UK dates! Set for February 2017, they are bringing along Betraying the Martyrs, Make Them Suffer and Void of Vision for the ride!
COVE are Buried
Brit metalcore quintet COVE have released the video for new track Buried. The song is taken from the band’s recently released debut mini-album We Were Once Lost whihc was released on October 7.
Oceans Ate Alaska to support EMMURE!
UK rising starlets Oceans Ate Alaska have been announced as support for deathcore giants Emmure’s European tour! The metalcore quintet join After the Burial, Fit For A King and Loathe on the month long tour whihc includes 6 UK dates!
Annisokay – Devil May Care
German metalcore group Annisokay are set to release new record Devil May Care on November 11 via SPV/Long Branch. The record follows their Michael Jackson dedicated EP Annie Are You Okay and is their third studio album, the follow-up to 2015’s Enigmatic Smile.
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We Came As Romans are part of a Wasted Age
Those We Came As Romans have been busy guys! Having recently signed to SharpTone Records, they have released the single Wasted Age.
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Ice Nine Kills reveal supports for debut UK tour!
Boston’s Ice Nine Kills have revealed they will be joined on their first UK tour by Sheffield’s Shields and fellow Americans Affiance from Cleveland.
Void of Vision – Children of Chrome
Melbourne metalcore act Void of Vision are set to release their debut album on September 30. Children of Chrome sees the band channel their rage towards the world into 11 heavy, hard-hitting tracks
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Architects – Gravity
Our track of the day’s lyrics were written by Tom and the track is taken from the band’s recently released All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us. We’ll leave the lyrics below the video for you all to think about as personaly, we at AltCorner think they are beautiful.
The Devil Wears Prada – Transit Blues – Album Review
The Devil Wears Prada are back with a new album, ‘Transit Blues’, which fans will definitely enjoy. From the off set, the album is more radio-friendly than previous ones which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. It’ll keep old fans pleased, and will no doubt bring the band a whole cohort of new fans.