Posts Tagged ‘Betraying The Martyrs’

NEWS: Chelsea Grin detail headline UK tour dates for February 2017!


Utah deathcore outfit Chelsea Grin have just confirmed that they’ll be heading over to the UK early next year as part of a headline run across Europe. The band will be heading out on tour to promote their latest full-length, ‘Self Inflicted’, which dropped earlier this year.

You can find all UK dates of the tour listed below:

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VIDEO: Betraying The Martyrs – The Great Disillusion


Parisian metal outfit Betraying The Martyrs have now debuted the music video for their brand new single ‘The Great Disillusion’.

The band will release their new full length record this September via Sumerian Records, details of which are yet to arise, but in the mean time you can get your first taste of the album below:

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TRACK-BY-TRACK: From Sorrow To Serenity – Remnant Of Humanity

Since their successful debut EP ‘Antithesis’ back in 2013, From Sorrow To Serenity have been touring the UK and making friends as the track listing for brand new record testifies, with guest vocals from CJ McMahon, Aaron Matts and Scott Kennedy. We caught up with the Scottish tech metal newcomers to take us through each track on ‘Remnant Of Humanity’ to find out what their first full-length album is all about.

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NEWS: The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus & more join Make A Scene Festival 2015 line-up!


Another handful of bands have just joined the line-up of this year’s Make A Scene Festival in Middlesbrough, with the latest additions including The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, ROAM, Your Demise 2004 and more. You can find the full line-up as it stands thus far below:

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NEWS: Hevy Fest confirm tweleve new acts for 2015, including Protest The Hero, Stick To Your Guns & As It Is!


Hevy Fest, which will take place at Port Lympne Animal Park from August 14th-15, have confirmed the names of twelve more acts for its 2015 bill, joining the likes of previously announced headliners Coheed & Cambria and Thrice. Check out all the new names below:

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NEWS: UK Tech-Fest confirms more bands for 2015, including Betraying The Martyrs, Leprous and Aliases!

UK Tech-Fest, which showcases the worlds best in techincal/progressive music, has announced the names of yet more bands for its 2015 line-up. The festival will take place July 9th-13th at Newark Showground, and you can see all the new names below, along with a poster with the full line-up so far:

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NEWS: Betraying The Martyrs announce February 2015 UK tour!

Metalcore big hitters Betraying The Martyrs have confirmed the dates for February 2015 UK tour, with support to come from Texas In July, Upon This Dawning and Make Them Suffer. You can find the dates below:

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ALBUM: Betraying The Martyrs – Phantom

Release Date: July 15th, 2014
Label: Sumerian Records
Website: None available


An incessant name on the touring and festival circuit, Sumerian deathcore firebrands Betraying The Martyrs have plainly garnered the affections of a thriving scene, yet on the back of an undeniably scant recorded output. Although 2011’s debut ‘Breathe In Life’ turned in a functional look at the band’s melding of bilious aggression and earworm hooks, the record’s questionable staying power left a tangible yearning for something just a touch more significant. Lucky, sophomore full-length ‘Phantom’ and its policy of scorched earth hostility and melodic richness cranks things up several notches.

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VIDEO: Betraying The Martyrs – Let It Go (Frozen cover)

Metalcore outfit Betraying The Martyrs have unveiled the video for their new single ‘Let It Go’ (a cover of the hit song from Disney movie ‘Frozen’), lifted from their new album ‘Phantom’ out July 15th via Sumerian Records. You can watch it via the embedded player below:

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LIVE: Ghostfest @ University, Leeds (Saturday – 28/06/2014)

Date: June 28th, 2014
Venue: University, Leeds


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Back again for its ninth consecutive year, the UK’s number one place of worship for all things super hardcore or brutish metal Ghostfest is back with two stages of zero clashes, getting rid of the third stage they introduced for last year’s event. Still, the two date plan remains, each with secret headliners announced just a couple of weeks before its kick off, and with 40 bands in total, it looks like the weekend of welcomed punishment will be as strong as ever.

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