Sydney metalcore outfit Polaris are stoked to reveal an epic new music video for Vagabond, taken from their ARIA Nominated and #3 ARIA Album Chart debut record, The Death Of Me. Drawing visual inspiration from classic movies such as Mad Max, Star Wars, Dune and Priscilla Queen of the Desert, and the aesthetics of festivals like Burning Man and Rainbow Serpent, the Vagabond music video was filmed entirely outdoors and shot in natural locations. Filming outdoors had it’s challenges such as facing high winds, intense heat and military planes flying overhead.Continue reading POLARIS release epic music video for Vagabond + headlining Impericon Never Say Die Tour in November
As the excitement rises and the countdown begins for the release of POLARIS’ second studio album, ‘The Death Of Me’, out next week on February 21 via SharpTone Records & Resist Records, the band reveal their heaviest song to date, ‘Landmine’. ‘Landmine’ is a song that faces that mid-20s realisation that the universe doesn’t owe you anything and you’re going to have to fend for yourself.
Continue reading POLARIS Release new video and track for third single ‘Landmine’
American metalcore giants Like Moths To Flames have announced they have signed to UNFD today, joining artists like Frank Iero, Silverstein, Northlane, Stray From The Path and Dream State. On joining the UNFD family, vocalist Chris Roetter shares “After 10 years of LMTF, I feel a huge sense of renewal throughout the band since we signed on to the label. UNFD has done amazing things for our team in a very short amount of time and we are heavily anticipating the future and what’s to come.”
Continue reading LIKE MOTHS TO FLAMES SIGN TO UNFD, NEW SINGLE “ALL THAT YOU LOST” OUT NOW + UPCOMING TOUR DATES WITH WAGE WAR, POLARIS, DAYSEEKER & AFTERLIFE
ARCHITECTS have released their highly anticipated, eighth album ‘Holy Hell’ through Epitaph Records yesterday November 9th 2018.
The release, which at times seemed as impossible as possible, has already been heralded as a “cathartic, emotional stunner” (Kerrang! 5/5), “a victory” (Metal Hammer 8/10) and led Upset Magazine to place the band on their current November cover, give ‘Holy Hell’ a 5/5 review and state “Rather than echo what’s come before, Architects have taken the baton and run with it. This is the story of what comes next.”