This week sees Thrash Hits scribe and all-round Ronnie Radke fanboy, Gavin Lloyd, joins Hugh to talk up the week’s best new releases and the tours taking place over the next seven days. Only…err…there aren’t many decent releases this week so they jus stuck to waxing lyrical about gigs, tours and shows.
”If the music is loud we won’t hear the sound of the world falling apart”
No Omega have been a very active, hardworking band since their start in 2010, playing their blend of political hardcore, screamo and metal. They have released two full-length records, two EPs and played more than 300 shows, with band such as Parkway Drive, Touche Amore, Pianos Become The Teeth, The Carrier, Comeback Kid, Loma Prieta, Oathbreaker, Birds In Row, Full Of Hell, and more. Read more on Last.fm
No Omega on Thrash Hits
July 2nd, 2012
If the name No Omega sounds familiar, good – the Swedes were no.78 in our perpetual Future Hits series last year. Well, No Omega released their debut full lenghth, Metropolis, earlier this year, and have also just put it out on sexy limited-edition vinyl as part of a three-label release deal c/o Monument, Get This Right, and Thirty Days Of Night. You want to hear it, right?
May 3rd, 2011
Thrash Hits Verdict:
We first heard Sweden’s No Omega after one of our Facebook friends recommended them to us, and by gosh, they’re one of the most scorching prospects to emerge from the crucible of Scandanavian hardcore in ages. We dropped them a line ASAP, and Victor Brodin, the band’s drummer, very kindly agreed to answer our questions.