Triverse Massacre are a 5 piece death/groove metal band, born on the grim biscuit odoured streets in the northern city Carlisle.
Their debut E.P. “In The Jaws Of Deceit” was released to a great response from within the metal underground community, drawing comparisons to At The Gates and Lamb Of God. Their follow up, “With Bared Teeth and Truths” was 4 slabs of pit starting, abrasive metal, described by the mighty No Clean Singing website as “diving head-first into a nest of pissed-off hornets”, this saw them experimenting with their song writing and influences. Having won the first Metal 2 The Masses in Carlisle 2016, they earned a slot at the legendary Bloodstock Festival on the same bill as Slayer, Gojira, Mastodon and Paradise Lost.
Taken from the E.P ‘Hades’ dare you go down to ‘Styx’
Towards the end of last year, Triverse signed with Sliptrick Records. The upcoming re-release of our latest E.P. “HADES”, sees Triverse Massacre really finding their own voice, evolving our sound into something much more vicious, stepping up the intensity and technicality levels tenfold – We gained some absolutely amazing reviews from Metal Hammer and Terrorizer magazine as well as air time on Kerrang Radio and BBC Radio. Recently we received endorsement from the lovely Cloven Hoof Rum and Moomin Merchandise who have made us up some awesome looking merchandise.
Also from ‘Hades’ is ‘Phlegethon’ watch the lyric video below!
Previously Triverse have shared the stage with Skindred, Raging Speedhorn, Anihilated, Reign of Fury, Acid Reign and Divine Chaos just to name a few. They have a few dates booked through 2018, including Hammerfest X, a tour in April and numerous other dates/all dayers all over the UK. They are also currently working on our follow-up record to “HADES” and can’t wait to let people hear what they’re working on.
Let’s see what Liam Stark has to say about Vocalzone!
“Back when I first started out doing vocals for Triverse Massacre I would blow my voice out regularly. With practice and gig experience I learned to scream correctly but after a few shows it can still be rough at times. Before our set at Bloodstock Festival I was introduced to Vocalzone and I’ve been using them since. I wouldn’t plan on recording or doing a gig without them, they’re an absolute lifesaver.”