For Denver-based genre bender ITSOKTOCRY, the world ended in 2012, but that was just the beginning.
The track appears on the band’s 12th studio album ‘Class of 2020’ and marks their 20th anniversary of the band’s breakthrough album, ‘Broke’
It’s a familiar story in 2020, but few bands feel as equipped to endure setback as Hatebreed. Guitarist Wayne Lozinak tells Knotfest how their new album came to be.
The third single follows “Violence” and “Warfare” to punctate the first chapter of a universe that includes treachery, the supernatural, and the rise of zealous cult known as ‘The Holy Order’.
The single introduces the band’s latest collection of singles, remixes and instrumentals entitled TSP VOL-1 that arrives January 2021.
The track revisits the tragic tale of Saki Yoshida, her desire for popularity and her eventual spiral out of control.
The 30-minute short film is a mind-melting collection of pop culture masterfully contorted to create a truly compelling visual.
Code Orange are leading the charge of an emerging generation of progressive, forward-thinking artists. Check their curated playlist featuring their contemporaries like JPEGMAFIA, Nothing, HARMS WAY, Power Trip, Jesus Piece, Greg Puciato, VEIN, and Clipping to name a few.
It’s taken five years of writing in pockets of off-the-road opportunity, but Killer Be Killed’s second album has materialised with no less immediate energy than its much-loved predecessor. Troy Sanders tells Knotfest how they got there.