Reunited SikTh Will Play Download Festival in 2014 | MetalSucks
"We've seen this event coming since January of 2012, but that doesn't make it any less exciting now that it's here: posthumously legendary U.K. prog/tech-metallers SikTh have announced they are reuniting for really real. They will...
I'd like to introduce my band, our name is .linked. we are a six piece band
that plays technical modern metal.
We are happy to announce that after allot of work, our demo is finally
online and is completely FREE for downloading\streaming.
The demo is available for...
A band from Aberdeen in Scotland. Totally worthy of some recognition as they are one of the best things to come out of Scotland in a while. Not hard when everything here is shit.
Here's one of the songs from the E.P:
We played a show with them...
Been ages since I was last here, apologies for immediately recommencing my usual self-whoring, but... Well, I guess I'm a whore. Sorry.
Anyway, this is one of my favourite riffs from Sanguine Seas of Bigotry by SikTh. When I first saw them play this live I remember being absolutely baffled that...
Cover of SikTh's "Way Beyond The Fond Old River" [including harmonised solo]
According to iTunes and Last.fm, this is my most-played song by quite a long way - and for good reason. I don't know if I'll ever get enough of that outro riff!
Anyway, as I said in my comment on YouTube, this is a...
"THE PRIMAL ROCK REBELLION!
Tuesday, Nov 23rd, 2010 10:36am
Mikee W. Goodman and Adrian Smith are playing together live in High Wycombe at the SU!
They are playing under the name The Primal Rock Rebellion. Their performance will be here in High Wycombe at Bucks Student Union on Saturday 15th...
This band was actually found by pin, one of sikth's guitar players.
I know there's alot of shit around in the math metal scene lately,
but this stuff is pure win.
Sikth fans are going to die on this, so check it out...
I see all this "Meshuggah clone" crap being bandied around, but now that I've heard the album close to 30 times, I can barely hear much Meshuggah influence at all. It seems the band draws far more from SikTh than Meshuggah.