Posts Tagged ‘Attila’

NEWS: Artery Recordings acquired by Warner Bros. Records!

Sacramento based label Artery Recordings, which was founded back in 2010 by Eric Rushing and helped to initially launch the likes of Chelsea Grin and Attila, has reportedly been bought and acquired by Warner Bros. Records for an undisclosed amount of money. Along with acquiring the label, it’s been reported that all of the staff, including president Shan Dan Horan, have been fired.

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INTERVIEW: Attila (05/04/2017)

Currently over on UK shores as part of a headline tour run around Europe to promote their latest full-length record, ‘Chaos’, we had an exclusive little chat with Attila frontman Fronz to talk about what their favourite things are about hitting the UK, including their addiction to Nando’s for their spicy food fix, and the “pub culture”.

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NEWS: Fronz (Attila) posts statement regarding brawl with security in Milwaukee!

Last week (February 16th 2017), Georgia’s Attila got involved with a brawl with the venue security towards the end of their performance at the Turner Hall Ballroom in Milwaukee, Wisconsin due to heavily handling members of the crowd, resulting in the band forcing to finish their set and leave the stage early.

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NEWS: Attila brawl with security at show in Milwaukee, Wisconsin!

Whilst performing their set at the Turner Hall Ballroom in Milwaukee, Wisconsin last night (February 16th 2017), Georgia based outfit Attila were forced to cancel their set early due an altercation with security which ended up with the band engaging with them in a brawl.

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NEWS: Carcer City to support Attila during UK tour in April 2017!

A few weeks ago, The Word Alive were confirmed as the main support act during Attila‘s headline UK tour, as part of a run that extends across mainland Europe, and now Liverpool based progressive metalcore troupe Carcer City have also been announced to be opening each date of the tour.

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NEWS: Attila issue statement on departure of drummer, Sean Heenan!

Having announced his departure from Atlanta, Georgia based metalcore outfit Attila earlier this month, a lot of questions were raised from the fans seeking further clarity on the reasons behind drummer Sean Heenan‘s removal from the band.

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NEWS: Attila part ways with drummer, Sean Heenan!

After being a part of the band for over a decade, and being one of the founding members of the outfit, drummer Sean Heenan has confirmed via a statement posted via his personal Instagram profile that he has parted ways with Attila.

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NEWS: Attila confirm headline UK tour for April 2017!

Having just dropped their new album ‘Chaos’ almost two weeks ago, Atlanta based opinion polarising outfit Attila have just announced that they’ll be bringing the record tour over to the UK as part of a European headline run in April.

You can check out all dates of the tour with ticket links below:

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NEWS: War From A Harlot’s Mouth call out Attila, claim they copied and stole a breakdown!

German metalcore outfit War From A Harlot’s Mouth, who since 2013 have been on an indefinite hiatus, have come out via Facebook today and claimed via a statement they’ve posted that Atlanta deathcore troupe Attila have stole and copied an idea that they have in one of their songs and have decided to use it in theirs.

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TRICKS OF THE TRADE: Vocals – Fronz (Attila)

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Whether or not you’re part of a controversial band that is known for polarising opinions, attracting lovers or haters and very few listeners that sit in the middle, being a versatile vocalist is essential in sticking out. Fronz (or Fronzilla, or even Christopher Fronzak) of Attila is definitely a frontman who has a few cards up his sleeves, one of which being his unique and spur of the moment creation: rap screams.

Soon to be dropping their sixth full-length record ‘Chaos’, one which the band have gone on record of being their most diverse and versatile, Fronz has also aimed to present how he’s stepped up his game on the vocal front. So, we had a little word with the guy to talk about why he got into doing vocals, how he works on improving his vocal work, how to avoid and heal vocal damage, and more.

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