Patterns Of Decay have been peddling their full-throttle brand of Metal since 2014, gigging in and around their native New York and having previously released their debut EP Malicious Intent in that year, and their follow-up LP Suicide Note In Comic Sans in 2018. Continue reading
BillyBio the solo project of Metal legend Billy Graziadei of Biohazard and Powerflo has shared his new single and a lyric video for “Turn The Wounds.” The track and video drop comes from his new solo album, Leaders And Liars – coming out on AFM Records on March 25th in 2022. Check out “Turn The Wounds” now!
Following the story we broke earlier, BillyBio the solo project of Metal legend Billy Graziadei of Biohazard and Powerflo has shared his new single and a lyric video for “One Life to Live” ft. Toby Morse (H2O, Hazen Street). The track and video drop comes one day after a snippet of the song was leaked on social media, and comes from his new solo album, Leaders And Liars – coming out on AFM Records in 2022. Check out “One Life to Live” now!
Billy Graziadei of BillyBio, Biohazard, Poweflo, and producer of countless other bands out of his studio in Los Angeles has been hard at work on a new BillyBio solo album due for release in 2022. In a post to Instragram today we got the first taste of new music from him. Check it out!
TxWxR, also known as – Third World Rise is a brutal new hardcore/metal project from brothers Marcus D’Angelo and Caio D’Angelo of Brazilian extreme music act Claustrofobia. The band alsi features scene veterans Thiago Monstrinho (Fucking Violence /ex.Worst/ex Presto), the renowned music producer Tiago Hospede (Under the Knife/Mark of Honor/Ex Worst/ Ex Dead Fish), and Tadeu Dias (Simoninha, Celso Pixinga, Lino Krizz, Harppia, Ex-Oitão, Medellin, Sabotage, Dexter, Mano Brown). Check out the bands’ new single and video – a cover of the 1990s Hardcore/Metal classic “Punishment” by Biohazard! Continue reading
Post-Hardcore is a sub-genre that gets tossed around today as commonplace, but in the early 1990s, it was a new little brother that the older sibling was not ready to cede attention to. As Hardcore Punk mutated into other offshoots, post-Hardcore started to gain ground. In New York City alone, the epicenter for many new waves of hardcore music, a lot of bands crossed over (see what we did there) and bands started to absorb elements of both with Prong, White Zombie, and Biohazard were all leaning more on metal vibes, Quicksand formed by members of ex-hardcore legend status bands we’re pushing towards a new sound. Heavy, but not in a tough guy way, vulnerable, but smart. By the time the members of essential musical outfits Gorilla Biscuits, Youth of Today, Beyond, Bold, Burn, and Collapse formed an anti-supergroup, released demos and the amazing Slip (Polydor) album, and toured tirelessly, fans in the scene could feel they were building to something huge. They walked in both worlds of Punk and Metal but were also world-building themselves at the same time. Continue reading
Hardcore and Metal legend Billy Graziadei (Powerflo, Biohazard) has shared a new music video from his BillyBio project for ‘No Apologies No Regrets’! The video for the track was directed by Billy, with editing by Gabby Vesson and Juan Melendez served as director of photography. ‘No Apologies No Regrets’ comes from BillyBio’s 2018 debut Feed The Fire, out now on AFM Records. Catch the band on tour now in Europe on the Persistence tour with Agnostic Front, Gorilla Biscuits, H2O, Street Dogs, Wisdom In Chains and more!
BillyBio, the solo project led by Biohazard and Powerflo guitarist and singer Billy Graziadei has released a new video for his single ‘Rise and Slay’. The track comes from his late 2018 album Feed the Fire, out now via AFM Records. Watch it now! Continue reading
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Billy Graziadei’s entire career is like a one-man version of Fight Club, though without the toxic masculinity and insanity. He might have some insomnia, based on his creative output and the depth of his repertoire though. As the co-founder of Biohazard, he helped put New York back on the map when it came to nineties metal and hardcore, inspiring many others. As a voice in other bands like Suicide City, Powerflo and in his producing career, Billy is unmistakable as a vocalist and musician. So, his long-gestating solo project BillyBio arrives as a pre-holiday gift and brings a surprisingly fun and upbeat debut with Feed The Fire (AFM Records), as opposed to the typical heavy but dour aesthetic we often get. Continue reading