Insert your custom message here. close ×

Evil Scarecrow’s storming new single/video Hurricanado out now

EVIL SCARECROW’s storming new single ‘Hurricanado’ is out now, Bloodstock Open Air coming up!

Working in conjunction with Bloodstock Open Air Festival, the lovely people at Evil Scarecrow are giving their new single ‘Hurricanado’ away free after the 22nd from the Bloodstock Festival website, all you have to do is sign up to either of these links for the track: or:
‘Hurricanado’ will also be available to buy from all the usual outlets – iTunes, Amazon, Google Play etc from 29th July.

The fantastic new video for ‘Hurricanado’ is out now & Dr Hell had a few words about the herculean feat it took to make:
“The final sequence was recorded in a single take, all we have done is sped up and slowed down some of the footage. It was a huge choreographed effort and we had amazing team of people that were literally in the shadows moving props in and out and throwing space hoppers and tricycles at us. It took weeks of planning and scripting and the whole sequence took about 16 minutes to run through each time. We’ll be releasing some time lapse footage of the chaos down the line”

This year Evil Scarecrow are returning to the Main Stage at Bloodstock on Friday, they’ve also got a brand new single which they will perform live for the very first time during their set and have partnered with Bloodstock to bring it to you as soon as it’s released. Dr Hell has this to say:
“We really wanted to do something special for Bloodstock this year so we’ve fast tracked some music genius (*coughs*) from our upcoming album especially for the BOA fans, which will be available for free through the Bloodstock website! So, it should give you time to learn all of the ropey latin chanting that we crowbarred in-between some thunderstorm samples. Writing music is easy. It’s another massive Scarecrow hit and we expect to see you all spinning on the spot for ‘Hurricanado’. Bloodstock will be the first time we have ever played the song live, so the dizzier you are the less obvious our mistakes will be.”

Upcoming shows:
29th October, Corporation, Sheffield
26th November, Midlands Metal Crusade, Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton
23rd-26th March 2017, HRH United, Wales

Share : facebooktwittergoogle plus

KILLATRIX release fabulous new single ‘FRFGT’ on 5th August

KILLATRIX release their fabulous new single FRFGT (Firefight) on 5th August

Following on from the release of single ‘Supersonic’, the band are really starting to make a name for themselves now, this awesome, high energy bunch blast out a great big chunk of exceptionaly groovy rock with a twist and a shake, seriously dance inducing stuff!

They put on a fantastic live show and you can catch them at the following shows, more are currently being confirmed:

Upcoming live shows:
5th August, Chinnerys, Southend supporting MIND
28th August, Sutton Arms (acoustic), Southend On Sea
9th September, Facebar, Reading supporting Brutai
10th December, Asylum, Chelmsford

Mini album KLTRX will be released on the 19th August.


Raised on Manga, metal and the undeniable influence of the Essex dance scene, Killatrix like to push the boundaries of rock, lacing it with electronica to create a hybrid, electro-dirt noise. Citing influences from the deep grunt of Nu Metal, the vocal genius of Gwen Stefani and old school electro, their sound is a combination of hard hitting beats, massive bass, fat guitars and gnarly synths, topped with powerful vocals.

With the Essex music scene in good health but local venues in decline, the band decided to get out into the world, building up an impressive portfolio of shows which has seen them secure festival slots at the likes of Brownstock and V Festival, supporting reggae-metal outfit Sonic Boom Six as well as being asked to support one of the band’s biggest influences, The Qemists, on their 2015 tour.

In 2015 they released their first single ‘Overcome’ to some acclaim, dubbed as a ‘future classic’ by BBC Essex Introducing’s Ollie Winiberg, and have since released the follow-up single ‘Bad Language’, which has seen the band make a name for themselves in and around Essex and London. With new singles and a debut album ready to go, the band will be playing a number of supporting shows around the UK with a few European shows in the pipeline.

Previously supported: Qemists, Fratellis, Sonic Boom Six, Skarlett Riot, The Raven Age, The Hype Theory, Tek One etc

SinDii reveals “playing live is what we do best. Every time we step up onto any stage we give it all we’ve got, always”. Chris agrees, “We all love what we do and the music we make. There are so many ideas that we want try. It’s exciting!”.

Instagram: @killatrix

Killatrix are: SinDii (vox) || Chris Frizbee (bass) || Paul Fuller (drums) || Sam Scarlett (guitar)

Share : facebooktwittergoogle plus

VEKTRILL release new single ‘I’ll Never Die’ 28th August, ‘Cyborg’ EP out now

VEKTRILL release their new single ‘I’ll Never Die’ on the 28th August

Promo clip:

VEKTRILL are a three piece electric space rock band based in Worthing, near Brighton. Composed of Scott Miller (guitar and vocals), Carlos Toppin (bass) and Jordan Stone (percussion) and combining vicious drum beats, powerful bass riffs, screaming guitar leads and heart wrenching melodies, they create epic space rock symphonies that are sure to leave you feeling emotionally charged and ready for more!

Upcoming single launch show:
27th August, Patterns (formerly Audio), Brighton

‘infusing the digital feel of space-rock with a scuzzier, more progressive edge’
Anthem Review
‘These chaps are reinventing Rock and launching it into outer space. NASA dont seem to be releasing their own album anytime soon so…. are taking the ‘Final Frontier’ into their own hands’
Brighton Unsigned

EP ‘Cyborg’ is out now, available on iTunes and from

Members: guitar & vocals – Scott Miller, bass – Carlos Toppin, drums – Jordan Stone

Share : facebooktwittergoogle plus

1 2