Tag Archives: Vexes

Thirty Nine VIdeos to check out – 4/15

Posted by on April 15, 2022

  From Månegarm to Dynazty, here are thirty nine videos to check out:   01) Månegarm – “Stridsgalten” feat. Members of Korpiklaani, Equilibrium and Raubtier:     Album: Ynglingaättens Öde Release Date: 04/15/2022 (pre-order here) Label: Napalm Records   02) Ceremony – “Vanity Spawned by Fear”     Album: First standalone single of their career. […]

Read more

Vexes premiere music video for Tears For Fears cover “Head Over Heels”

Posted by on April 16, 2019

New Jersey post-rock/metal outfit Vexes have announced the reissue of their debut album Ancient Geometry will be released in Europe on June 21st via Silent Cult. To celebrate the re-release, the group has unveiled a music video for the Tears For Fears cover, “Head Over Heels.” The group expressed their gratitude and explained why they […]

Read more

Metal By Numbers 3/7: The charts have (turn)stile

Posted by on March 7, 2018

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. Once again, the debut section is stacked in this week’s edition of MBN. There’s 17 albums, same as last week, with the usual smattering of knowns and unknowns. If you follow the column New […]

Read more

Vexes share new track “Helion”

Posted by on January 11, 2018

Vexes is the collaborative effort of former members of A Life Once Lost, Vessl, Fury of Five, and Downstage. They are about to drop their debut record, Ancient Geometry on February 23rd. The band has already dropped two catchy tracks, “Lift” and “Plasticine” and now have released a third single, “Helion“. The band provides a very accurate description […]

Read more

Vexes (ex-A Life Once Lost) flexes with “Lift”

Posted by on September 28, 2017

You might not be familiar with Vexes, but you probably have a working knowledge of some of it’s members. Featuring former members of A Life Once Lost, Fury of Five, Vessl and Downstage, the New Jersey band draws influences from a number of post-metal influences including Cave-In, Helmet and Thrice. They’re all apparent on “Lift,” […]

Read more