Chronographs Get Summery In ‘Flat White

If you’re a fan of the band, then you’ve probably noticed the distinct change that has come about for Chronographs. Gone are their days of winding and grooving technically minded metal, replaced with more of a post-hardcore sound, à la Thrice or At The Drive-In. Alongside this, the band have taken to a new format…

Chronographs Reveal New Video For ‘Veritas

British tech-metal quintet Chronographs released a mind-bogglingly good EP in the earliest parts of this year by the name of Nausea and it honestly wouldn’t be stretching too far to suggest that it’s one of the most criminally overlooked releases thus far. With music that winds and writhes itself through a myriad…

Burials Experience A Haunting On New Video

In case you haven’t noticed by the ad in the sidebar and our cover image on Facebook, we’re totally sponsoring the upcoming Chronographs/Burials UK Spring tour. Both bands are excellent up-and-comers in the scene, so if you’re one of our pish posh British reader folks, then you should hit this…

UK Tech-Metal Fest Announce First Batch Of Bands

The brainchild of members of British djent enthusiasts English Djentlemen’s Quarters and The League of Extraordinary Djentlemen, the first inaugural UK Tech Metal Fest has finally announced the dates, venue, and the first batch of bands! Although it’s the first event, there’s quite an impressive array of bands performing, including Chimp…

Euroblast 2011 Needs You!

It’s now a mere three months until one of Europe’s best small metal festivals, and with all but one of the slots filled, the organisers have left it up to YOU to decide the final band on the lineup! The ever marvellous Got-Djent? are running the show on this one,…

Best of British: Kailin

Yet again we return to my home town of Worcester with the mighty Kailin. This is honestly news to me, but it was a pleasant surprise to find they are contemporaries of such Midlands greats as Mother Dirt, AZWAI and Chronographs. They also list such other British bands as Volumes,…

Best of British (Isles): Hero In Error

I’m cheating a little bit with Hero In Error, as they actually hail from Dublin in the Republic of Ireland. Although not actually British, the poor bastards are stuck having to look at our ugly backsides so it’s only right that they get a bit of recognition. They came to…