Apr 022017
 

Betraying The Martyrs frontman Aaron Matts has released a new video discusses his perspective on Brexit and the future of the band, which can be seen below.

The band comments:

“We’re living in divisive times, in a time where we should be celebrating nothing but diversity; the so called ‘liberation’ of England from the EU has been voted for by the majority and therefore should be celebrated, but without a single ounce of satisfaction to those who voted out with misconceived racial and anti humanitarian agendas. Share love, share music.” Continue reading »

Mar 132017
 

For those who’ve not heard of French Deathcore outfit “Betraying the Martyrs”, “The Resilient” sets as a perfect album for their introduction. Although, this being the bands third album, which was released on 27th January 2017 under the record label of Sumerian Records, the band saw quite a few line-up changes with Eddie Czaicki (vocals), Antoine Salin (Drums) and Fabien Clévy (lead guitar) being replaced by Aaron Matts (lead vocals), Boris Le Gal (drums) and Lucas d’Angelo (lead guitar). For the sake of clarity Mark Mironov (Drums) worked on this album and said his goodbyes by the end of 2016. With the addition of newer folks, the sound generally takes a new direction, which it did with this album.

The Deathcore Genre needs no introduction and can easily pointed out for its odd time signatures, plenty of breakdowns, blast beats on the drums and the guttural growls. The band imbibes quite a few atmospheric elements and melodies in its song writing also giving a large chunk of vocal share to clean melodic vocals. Since its formation back in 2008, the band has released two full length albums “Breath in Life (2011)”, “Phantom (2014)” and a debut EP “The Hurt, The Divine, The Light”, a self-produced recording funded entirely by the band and mixed by Stephane Buriez. The band has toured extensively and played at the famous “Bonecrusher Tour”, “Sumerianos Tour” and “European Eclipse 2012” In 2012 and “Greenfield Festival”, “Ghosfest” and “Never Say Die!” in 2013. Continue reading »

Nov 302016
 

btm_2016_053French extreme metallers, Betraying The Martyrs, have announced the release of their third studio album, “The Resilient,” out on January 27th via Sumerian Records. Following their recent single ‘The Great Disillusion’, Betraying The Martyrs have unleashed a dark music video for the new single, ‘Lost For Words’, streaming below.

Says the band: ”We are extremely pleased and proud to announce the release date of our third full-length album, The Resilient, out January 27th on Sumerian Records. After over a year and a half of hard work, taking into consideration our strengths and our weaknesses, looking back on our success and more importantly our downfalls, we can honestly say that this is by far the best material we have written since the beginning of this incredible journey. Betraying The Martyrs has been taken to a whole new level, we couldn’t be more excited to share the result of everything we have lived since day one; we are back. Without further ado, we are pleased to present to you our new single and music video for ‘Lost For Words’. Continue reading »

Aug 022015
 

Betraying The Martyrs 2014Baptiste Vigier and Lucas D’angelo from Betraying The Martyrs performing their ‘Let it Go’ cover from the Disney movie “Frozen”. The track is taken from Betraying The Martyrs latest album “Phantom”, which has been released on July 15th 2014 via Sumerian Records. Watch the video below.

Betraying The Martyrs  is a 6 piece metal/hardcore band with a new and refreshing attitude to modern metal that is certain to take the music scene by storm. A group of open-minded individuals, who’s only goal was to write punishing tracks, deliver an astounding live performance, and portray a good image with a message of positive thinking and good morals. Continue reading »

Dec 282014
 

Betraying The Martyrs 2014Paris, France based metallers Betraying The Martyrs will kick off their massive European tour next month. Thirty-one dates, no dates off,  in support of their latest album “Phantom”. The band will be joined by special guests Texas In July, Upon This Dawning and Make Them Suffer.

The trek will go through several countries, to begin on Jan. 30 in Nürnberg, Germany, and will end on March 1st. Cologne, Germany. All dates and locations are listed below.

At the end of last summer Betraying The Martyrs toured through the U.S. with their first ever headline tour, together with their friends in Sylar and Adestria, Continue reading »