Following the tragic events that took place at the Manchester Arena on Monday (May 22nd 2017), which resulted in 22 deaths and 116 injured concertgoers following a show by Ariana Grande at the venue that evening, the scheduled KISS show next week (May 30th 2017) has been cancelled.
One thing that baffles many people who aren’t too familiar with the community and aspect of heavy music, and admittedly even those that are, is how vocalists can produce this gut-wrenching, throat-shredding sounding vocals for hour long (or indeed longer) sets on tours that last for weeks and months on end without causing any damage, irreversible or otherwise.
After a ten year long career of inciting mosh pits, walls of death, and crowd killing across the UK, Europe, and the United States, it appears that Southampton based beatdown crew Desolated will be calling it a day and bringing the band to an end.
Illinois based edgy and lamenting metalcore troupe Sworn In have quickly followed up their latest single ‘Make It Hurt’ with a video for ‘Don’t Look At Me’, the second offering to be taken from the band’s soon-to-be-released third record, ‘All Smiles’.
Sheffield based hardcore metal outfit Malevolence released their sophomore album ‘Self Supremacy’ last week, and alongside this the band have now debuted a video to accompany the track ‘Wasted Breath’ which comes straight from the LP.
As time passes in recent years, it seems that fear has become a more emboldened and prominent feature in almost every aspect of life, sadly becoming something that essentially acts as a driving force in our lives.
Following the tragic events that took place at the Manchester Arena earlier this week (May 22nd 2017), which saw the death of 22 concertgoers following a set by Ariana Grande, one concern that has been raised by many is the security at live events, especially large scale ones hosted in expansive indoor venues.