Posts Tagged ‘Brutai’

NEWS: Steel Panther and 40+ more bands join Download Festival 2017!

Donington’s Download Festival is known for being the premium rock and metal festival for the UK, and they’re certainly on track of maintaining that reputation for 2017. The organisers have just confirmed over 40 more bands to join the bill.

The latest names to join the festival bill include A Day To Remember, Steel Panther, Northlane, The King Blues, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Casey, Moose Blood, and more.

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NEWS: Brutai sign to Transcend Music; announce debut album, ‘Born’!

Metal five piece and UK rising stars Brutai have inked a wordlwide deal with ‘Transcend Music.

The label will be handling the release of the bands forthcoming debut album ‘Born’, set to drop on November 25th 2016, and you can check out the video for lead single ‘Deep’ below:

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AUDIO: Brutai – Of Ashes

Rising tech-metal quartet Brutai have unveiled a stream of their brand new track ‘Of Ashes’.

The song is taken from their forthcoming debut LP, which the band recently confirmed to be titled ‘Born’, and you can take it for a spin with the embedded player below:

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NEWS: The Charm The Fury, Vallenfyre and more added to Bloodstock 2016 bill!

The UK’s premier metal weekender Bloodstock has announced four more names for its 2016 bill, joining the previously announced likes of Mastodon, Slayer, Twisted Sister, Behemoth, Gojira and Anthrax. Check out the new additions alongside the full line-up poster below:

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NEWS: Hacktivist, Monuments, Rolo Tomassi & more join UK Tech-Fest 2015!

A further 20 bands have just been confirmed to join this year’s UK Tech-Fest line-up, with the latest names to the bill including Hacktivist, Monuments, Rolo Tomassi, Nexilva, Carcer City, and a handful of others. You can find all of the latest additions listed below:

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NEWS: Nightmare Festival 2014 add more acts to the bill, including Feed The Rhino!

Yet more acts have been confirmed to join the line-up to make this year’s Nightmare Festival across Camden Town in London, with the new names joining the bill including Feed The Rhino, Subversion, Allusondrugs and more. You can find all of the names currently confirmed for the line-up including the new additions listed below:

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