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Chapters image provided by Last.fm Biography from Last.fm

There is more than one band using this name:
1) CHAPTERS is a progressive metalcore band, formerly known as Desecrate The Hour from Chicago, IL. After 19 months of not playing any shows and reforming the band, they are proud to announce that they are seriously back. They have changed the name simply because they felt the music has taken a new direction in sound. A new EP will be released March 5th, 2010.

2) A London-based band previously known as The Midnight Patrol. Read more on Last.fm

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Photos: Sylosis, Hang The Bastard + Chapters @ Liverpool O2 Academy 2 – 01 May 2012

May 16th, 2012

Sylosis live at Liverpool O2 Academy 2 on 1st May 2012 c/o Matt Thomas Thrash Hits

Those not-nearly-as-praised-as-they-ought-to-be Reading metallers, Sylosis, finished their final UK tour before releasing their as-yet-untitled third studio album. Okay, so Sylosis do get a lot of praise, but that’s because they a) awesome, and b) they keep getting more awesome, which means c) that they deserve even more praise than they get already.

Anyway, we made sure our Liverpool snapper, Matt Thomas, was in place to snap the whole shebang when it rolled into his hometown.

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Live: Sylosis + Malefice @ London Islington Academy – 07 October 2011

October 11th, 2011

Sylosis 2011 promo photo Thrash Hits

Remember ten years ago when the British metal scene was alive and kicking with bands like Raging Speedhorn, Pitchshifter and Stampin’ Ground storming stages nationwide? It may not have lasted that long but you have to admit the UK scene has seen some drastic improvement over recent years. We thought we’d head down to Islington Academy and bang our heads to some homegrown talent.

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Live: Viatrophy @ Camden Purple Turtle – Tuesday 6 April 2010

April 19th, 2010

You’ve probably heard by now that Viatrophy have decided to split up. Which is why Tom Dare made sure he caught the band’s last-ever London show.

It’s not always the best or most exciting bands who garner most attention and success. Viatrophy’s untimely demise and the manner in which London bids them farewell is hard evidence of this; one of the most inventive and brilliant bands to come out of this country in years is calling it a day after only one album, and their last ever date in the capital hardly draws enough people to be called a crowd.

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