5th August | The Facemelter: Massacres, DKH, Captive

This month we get to go wild to a bunch of new hardcore, punk and metal bands.

Interview: Colours To Shame chat to Mark Angel Brandt

This month, Mark Angel Brandt, editor of metal, punk and rock review website Broken Amp, lent us his meticulous approach to music journalism to interview Glaswegian genre-switching metalheads Colours To Shame, ahead of their performance at The Facemelter this Friday at The Black Heart.

6th November | The Facemelter: Krysthla, Colours To Shame, Zephyr

We’ve been neglecting you fans of brutal groove and tech metal at The Facemelter lately, so here’s a lineup of some absolute beasts from all over the country.

Hieroglyph – Metal born from poetry and classical training

Leeds-based Hieroglyph are rapidly making waves in the progressive metal world. Having already in the last year played at UK Tech Fest Bristol all-dayer and having supported giants like The Ocean and Chimp Spanner, we’re delighted to host their first ever headline spot at The Facemelter this Friday 8th August at The Black Heart. In the run-up to the release of their debut EP Freefall (out on 18th August), we managed to catch up with them to find out how they apply the drive they have with their musical career to their writing process. Photo by Jo Moolenschot ——————————————- One …