“Utterly dark, utterly bouncy too, it’s a bit like drinking a bottle of whiskey, watching Seven and having a go on a bouncy castle, while being told your life’s about to fall apart.
That’s what listening to this band feels like to me, in seriousness though, it’s music with a message, music that taps into the primal part of your body and brain. In the same way that artists like Slipknot manage to as well, this song reminds me a little bit of Slipknot's 'Purity' from their first album.
What is important is you’re about to absolutely love what’s gonna come out of your speakers.”
- Alex Baker, Kerrang! Radio
W E A R E M I S C R E A N T
Miscreant creates a strong message for the UK Metal scene. With unforgettable guitar riffs, powerful raw vocals combined with intense atmospherics and eccentric live shows that captivates their audience, there’s not enough words to describe the experience they bring. Showing you what really makes them stand out from the rest.
Miscreant released their first EP entitled ‘Living Death’ back in 2016 which debuted at No.4 in the itunes metal charts. Then after Miscreant released their next single entitled ‘Let Tomorrow Die’ which was then premiered via Kerrang Radio(Alex Baker) and achieved position of No. 3 in the iTunes Metal Single Charts. Now releasing their brand EP ‘Dancing With Fear’ through their signing with American record label, Stay Sick Recordings, it’s clear Miscreant has a lot more to come.
With appearing at such festivals as UK Tech Fest and Macmillan Festival. Having also recently toured and performed alongside the likes of Loathe, Holding Absence, The Cartographer, Parting Gift and Lotus Eater.
Now after some time in the studio with George Lever (Sleep Token, Loathe, Holding Absence) Miscreant is ready to bring in a new age of heavy music, unlike we have ever seen or heard before.
Every decade or so a band comes along that will inspire a generation. A band that will administer a needed injection of excitement into the genre. A band that has a unique image for their music, showing that Metal really has no limits. A band that can grow with their audience and create a legacy the music industry will never forget.
This is the driving force behind Miscreant .