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  1. Surdus 2015 press

    Surdus introduced with ‘Silence Will Fall’

    Surdus, an enigmatic metal band from Gauteng, have released their first single from an upcoming album with ‘Silence Will Fall’. Formed in 2012 with a different style of metal in mind, the band quickly evolved into a melodic feel with groove elements, and have more recently incorporated a symphonic approach too. “Seeing Septicflesh live in [&hellip

  2. NervoChaos live at Arts Expo 8

    Review – Arts Expo 8: Infiniti

    “Gauteng’s Emalyth have hosted the eighth installment of their regular Arts Expo fixture at Wolmer Bush Lounge, featuring alternative and metal bands from around South Africa (and sometimes beyond) as well as exhibits from various visual artists whose material centers around the dark and alternative. Arts Expo 8: Infiniti took place over the weekend of [&hellip

  3. Southern Invasion Tour 2016

    The Core of SA Metal hits the road in 2016

    The Southern Invasion Tour 2016, and the first of it’s name, has hit our radars today with coordinated announcements coming from multiple bands. This may be the largest simultaneous mobilization of ‘core’ styled metal bands we’ve seen in years and bodes well for the broader genres of Metalcore, Hardcore, Post-Metal and their fan bases. The [&hellip

  4. Riddlebreak 2015

    Riddlebreak ‘Collapsar’ extended EP out now

    It has taken some time, but Johannesburg’s Riddlebreak have relentlessly endured, finally delivering a formal release of their debut EP Collapsar this last weekend at Emalyth‘s Arts Expo: Infiniti festival in Gauteng. The EP was initially expected some months ago, but the challenges of personal finances and members studies had persisted, thus resulting in the [&hellip

  5. SarcotrofiA 2016

    SarcotrofiA: Obscene Extreme in Czech Republic

    As 2016 unfolds, we learn of more metal originating from the continent of Africa heading abroad. Mozambican gore-death metal band SarcotrofiA are heading to the Czech Republic in July to appear at Obscene Extreme Metal Festival. With the makings of the band being rooted back as far as 2006, there can be no better way [&hellip

  6. Junkyard Lipstick 2016 press - by Iggy Bester

    Junkyard Lipstick introduce new bassist with new song

    Cape Town all-girl metal band Junkyard Lipstick have introduced their new bass player today after the departure in 2015 of Jacky Roodt. This femme fatale stemming from roots in thrash, punk and death metal, have welcomed one Katinka Janse van Rensburg to the ranks and released their new single ‘Trafficked and Tortured’ to crown the [&hellip

  7. NervoChaos

    Brazil’s NervoChaos are here!

    In the build-up to Emalyth‘s next installation of their annual Arts Expo, with this one sub-titled Infiniti, UnScene‘s Zain Domo took an interest in pursuing some of the band’s for a little chit-chat and sought out a home for it here at M4A. This is one of a series of interviews we were only too [&hellip

  8. Infanteria live at RAMfest 2014

    Infanteria return to Gauteng for Arts Expo: Infiniti

    In the build-up to Emalyth‘s next installation of their annual Arts Expo, with this one sub-titled Infiniti, UnScene‘s Zain Domo took an interest in pursuing some of the band’s for a little chit-chat and sought out a home for it here at M4A. This is one of a series of interviews we were only too [&hellip

  9. Fuera - unknown photographer

    Fuera preview upcoming single ‘Balancing Machine’

    For the hordes of metal-starved Cape Town headbangers waiting for this weekend’s SummerFest’16, Fuera have dropped a little sneak peak at their soon-to-be-released single. Whet your appetites on this snippet of the track ‘Balancing Machine’ below. Fuera emerged quite suddenly onto the Cape Town scene in 2015 and have impressed live audiences from the onset [&hellip

  10. Boargazm - Photo Copyright: Henk Steyn Photography

    Boargazm national tour drops in at Arts Expo

    In the build-up to Emalyth‘s next installation of their annual Arts Expo, with this one sub-titled Infiniti, UnScene‘s Zain Domo took an interest in pursuing some of the band’s for a little chit-chat and sought out a home for it here at M4A. This is one of a series of interviews we were only too [&hellip

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