After releasing their self-titled album this May, electro-pop trio A R I Z O N A have now released A R I Z O N A (R E M I X E D) on Fueled By Ramen. This new rendition of the album features remixes of all 12 tracks by rising and establishing EDM artists, such as T. Matthias, Alle Farben, Leondis…oh, and Bilmuri, who remixed “Dark Skies.” Wait… Bilmuri, the one-man post-hardcore project by Johnny Franck, formerly of Attack Attack!? The Bilmuri remix might come as a surprise to those not familiar with this bit of A R I… Read more »
With Kang The Conqueror making his debut on the big screen, I’m here to give my metalcore recommendations to get your mind in the right place for the movie.
All Elite Nerds is back on this week’s edition of Metalcore Nerds! Sean is joined by Dominick Fox of Bad Luck & his friend Dave to chat All Elite Wrestling, WWE & Ring of Honor Death Before Dishonor!All Elite Nerds is back! Sean is joined by Dominick Fox of Bad Luck & his friend Dave to chat All Elite Wrestling, WWE & Ring of Honor Death Before Dishonor!
Sean recaps the major SDCC news & talks with Anthony Raneri (Bayside) & AJ Diaferio (We’re Wolves) about Ms. Marvel, Thor: Love And Thunder and their thoughts of MCU Phase 4!
Get ready because we are giving you three new shows on idobi Radio and idobi Howl. You hear that? THREE. Add that to the rest of the idobi line-up and you’re actually never going to be bored again. DE’WAYNE’s World DE’WAYNE is an artist who perfectly blends alt-rock and punk to create a sound that is uniquely his and we’re in love with it. As an artist, he not only creates incredible music but has an insight into the industry that he’s going to share with all of us. He’ll be grabbing guests, who are also in entertainment, to have… Read more »
Metalcore Nerds airs Mondays at 7pmET on idobi Howl & hosted by long time Heavy Music Veteran Sean Mott that combines the world of Heavy Music & Pop Culture covering the latest in TV & Movies including Marvel, DC, Star Wars, AEW & much more. Past guests on the show include members from Veil of Maya, Fit For A King, END, Counterparts, Left Behind, Shai Hulud, Great American Ghost, The Banner & many more!
Canadian progressive metalcore has made its way onto our radar today, and we’re glad it did.
Alt-pop rocker NOAHFINNCE has announced his Growing Up On The Internet Tour set to kick off in spring 2024. Joining him will be Chase Petra, TX2, and Teenage Joans. The tour is scheduled to hit 23 cities across the U.S. and will offer VIP packages. With influences from hyperpop, metalcore, dance-pop, emo, and more, NOAH also announced last month that his debut album, Growing Up On The Internet, will drop next year on March 8 via Hopeless Records. He says the LP focuses on how having access to constant information impacted his development as a person, “I’m sure a lot… Read more »
It’s been a decade since the Punk Goes series turned its attention towards Christmas in seriously heartwarming fashion. So, we ranked it!
Mixing EDM and metalcore is on the rise. The Amity Affliction is the most recent artist to jump on this trend and has reimagined their song “Show Me Your God” with DJ PROBLM CHLD. The bouncy trance, sometimes dubstep-esqe beat, is a different way to listen to the Australian act. Earlier this year, the group also dropped their new album, Not Without My Ghosts, which includes features from phem and posthumous rapper Louie Knuxx. With reworked songs, sometimes it can take time to get used to new sounds, flow, and even sometimes fewer vocals. But guitarist Dan Brown says, “I… Read more »