Tag Archives: Wormrot

Metal By Numbers 7/20: A Journey to the charts

Posted by on July 23, 2022

  Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. Here are the numbers for the July 8th releases.   Notable Debuts: Journey, Freedom (Frontiers/BMG) Debut #4 9,875 sold This is their fifteenth studio album and the second to not to feature founding bassist Ross […]

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Carcass, Youth Of Today, Daughters, Etc. added to 2020 ‘Oblivion Access’ Festival

Posted by on January 14, 2020

The 2020 ‘Oblivion Access’ Festival, formerly known as the “Austin Terror Fest,” has announced more bands to the massive bill, which features of 50 bands. The festival will take place June 05th-07th across several venues, The Barracuda, Empire Control Room & Garage, and Mohawk venues in Austin, TX. The festival has expanded into new genres and sounds […]

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Metal Insider’s Top 10 stories of the Decade

Posted by on December 23, 2019

  Many events that have occurred within the last ten years have been both exciting and sad. We hit significant losses in the metal community including Lemmy Kilmister, Peter Steele, Ronnie James Dio, Jill Janus, Chester Bennington, Chris Cornell, Warrel Dane, Scott Weiland, Vinnie Paul, Paul O’ Neil, Keith Flint, Kyle Pavone, Jon Schnepp, Dolores […]

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Wormrot arrives for North American Tour without gear

Posted by on May 23, 2018

To bluntly summarize this nightmare of a situation, there is only one word we can think of – WOW. Ironically, it was a year ago that Wormrot cancelled their North American tour due to the current political climate and now, the Singapore grindcore outfit are faced with an unnecessary inconvenience that should leave many speechless. […]

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Watch Wormrot’s entire performance on a train at Glastonbury

Posted by on June 27, 2017

Wormrot performed two sets at this past weekend’s Glastonbury Festival. Their first performance was on the Earache Express, a train car with all seats removed, and the space had just enough room for a few fans to watch. Ultimately, the space was too small for moshing and circle pits. However, they managed to play a […]

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Wormrot cancels North American tour due to “current political climate”

Posted by on March 17, 2017

Last week we found out about Wormrot’s mini North American summer trek circling their Maryland Deathfest appearance. It was surprising to hear they went forward with a North American tour since not too long ago, they admitted being nervous about touring in Trump’s America. Let’s face it, traveling to the United States hasn’t been fun recently […]

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Rise & grind; here’s a primer of some quality grindcore

Posted by on November 16, 2016

Maybe it’s just me, but 2016 has seen a lot in way way of quality grind. The year started strong with solid (and not to be forgotten) releases from Gadget, Magrudergrind, and Rotten Sound. Weekend Nachos, Nails, Vermin Womb, Wormrot, and Car Bomb have all carried the torch throughout the year releasing critically acclaimed records […]

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Wormrot are nervous about touring in Trump’s America

Posted by on November 14, 2016

Already, it seems like President-elect Donald Trump is walking back some of the rhetoric that he said when he was campaigning. Instead of completely repealing Obamacare, he said that he’d keep some elements of it. He also called the Clintons good people and Obama a “very good man.” So while we might not be getting […]

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Metal By Numbers 10/26: Dillinger don’t dissociate album sales

Posted by on October 26, 2016

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. If you haven’t seen Bram Teitelman’s video of DEP frontman Greg Pucaito’s two story leap at a recent show, do that now. Then jump for joy yourself when you see that that the band […]

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Review: Wormrot’s ‘Voices’ is the good kind of uncomfortable

Posted by on October 17, 2016

Voices is the 3rd full-length album from Singapore trio Wormrot (including a new drummer in Vijesh Ghariwala); consisting of 20 tracks, only 3 of which exceed a minute and a half in length. With the attention span usually saved for hardcore punk albums, can you get into the rhythm of a song that is over as soon as […]

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