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Here There Be Monsters

Here There Be Monsters

Here There Be Monsters


Stalwart members of the Brighton, UK Metal Scene, Here There Be Monsters quickly affirmed themselves as a live revelation, touring both within the UK and Europe. "A wild, gnarly mixture of seething hardcore, spastic grind, ultra-dark screaming and vein-popping punk-metal. This sound is very refreshing in its disregard for convention and has plenty of breathless, fidgety grooves to raise the pulse. 8/10" Terrorizer Magazine "A monumental clash of no compromise brutal hardcore and tectonic thrashes smashing together Read more on Last.fm
Stalwart members of the Brighton, UK Metal Scene, Here There Be Monsters quickly affirmed themselves as a live revelation, touring both within the UK and Europe. "A wild, gnarly mixture of seething hardcore, spastic grind, ultra-dark screaming and vein-popping punk-metal. This sound is very refreshing in its disregard for convention and has plenty of breathless, fidgety grooves to raise the pulse. 8/10" Terrorizer Magazine "A monumental clash of no compromise brutal hardcore and tectonic thrashes smashing together, emitting some intensely fierce vocal fury and gritty Blues-based riffs in honour of the late great Dimebag - or in their own words, 'no bullshit downtuned metal.' A seriously refreshing new balence to the tiresome metal/hardcore pack." Metal Hammer Magazine History: Formed in 2007, HTBM was brought together from the disbandment of Naked Ape and Risen. After a year together recording a demo which saw positive reviews from UK press and a tour of Holland, bassist Nickel decided to move onto new ventures, shortly taking up residency in another rock of the Brighton Metal Scene Furyon. Long time friend of the band Rich Langridge, formerly of Cast The Bones stepped in. The band began writing new material and entered the studio in late 2009 to record their debut EP. Featuring four face ripping tracks from their live set Canine Vs Feline and Welcome To Barbados the EP also welcomed two new tracks Driven and Trojans, the latter being included on a cover CD of the best of Unsigned UK Metal courtesy of Metal Hammer magazine. Produced and engineered by Gez Waldron of Blackstorm & The Ghost Of A Thousand and mixed by Ace of Skunk Anansie, the Inherent EP was released in February 2010 through their own label Black Match Records. The band toured with Southampton based thrashers Terrathorn during April 2010 in support of the EP with great success.

The tour was filmed by co-manager of Black Match Records Andy Parker with clips and footage form the tour released via the labels site and later Vimeo and youtube. At the end of the summer of 2010 it was announced that Richard Langridge was to relocate to Derby and would be unable to continue his role in Here There Be Monsters. Thinking about the future and direction of the band, Andy Parker who had worked with the band over the last two years was brought in as second guitarist expanding the sound and style of the group. Shortly after Tim Herring - Bass was brought in as the final member replacing Rich. They quickly started writing new material and reworkings to support the change in direction. 2011 saw Here There Be Monsters support a variety of touring acts including Exit Ten, Black Breath, The Mire and Animals As Leaders In 2013 the band announced were going on indefinite hiatus.

The final output from the band was a show with Brotherhood Of The Lake & Lands which was also recorded and released for free via Bandcamp. http://www.facebook.com/htbmuk http://htbmuk.tumblr.com 2007 2013 Reformed in 2016 to headline Mammothfest16 on the Rikstock stage. Anthony Giles - Vocals Gareth Orchard - Guitars Andy Parker - Guitars Tim Herring - Bass Peter Kelly - Drums Richard Langridge - Bass Nickel - Bass Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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