The Medea Project
Gorging on filthy distortion, pulsating with the beat of a drum. Drawn from minds concocted with darkness, chaos, disillusion, anger, doom, intellect and simplicity.
Alive and uncaring. Born of necessity.
The Medea Project just is….
This Saturday we join Die Kur, Red Method, Das Fluff, Killerkorp and a whole host of killer bands and artists at Renaissance Alternative Music Festival 10th EditionCatch you thereThis Saturday The Medea Project will be appearing at the most eclectic and unique music festival around – Renaissance Alternative Music Festival! All day at the @Electrowerkz www.facebook.com/events/261890819439302 … See MoreSee Less
This Saturday The Medea Project will be appearing at the most eclectic and unique music festival around – Renaissance Alternative Music Festival! All day at the @Electrowerkz www.facebook.com/events/261890819439302 … See MoreSee Less
Next Saturday Renaissance Alternative Music Festival 10th Edition kicks off at Electrowerkz in London. This promises to be a unique event mixing live music, performance art interactive elements and crowned by Slimelight (Official) in one unforgettable evening. 🤘 … See MoreSee Less
Full support from us across the pond 🙂
A companion piece for Phil Stiles‘ Anchorhold EP has been released, deconstructing it and reworking it in really interesting ways. We had the pleasure of guesting on one of the tracks on the original and really enjoy the interpretations that have been done on this remix albumUPCOMING RELEASE ANNOUNCEMENT!Trepanation Recordings is delighted to announce that we will be releasing ‘The Anchorhold Dissolution’ by Phil Stiles Vs Shane Aungst on digital download and limited edition CD on 10th June.You can pre-order your copy, as well as a bundle featuring ‘The Anchorhold’ and ‘The Anchorhold Dissolution’, here: philstiles.bandcamp.com/album/the-anchorhold-dissolutionInfluenced by the likes of Nine Inch Nail’s Fixed and Massive Attack Vs The Mad Professor, The Anchorhold Dissolution is a fresh take on 2021’s The Anchorhold. Where the original charted a progressive path that ebbed and flowed across its runtime, Seattle-DJ Shane Aungst has rebuilt the album from the ground up, remixing each of the pieces and adjusting the running order to create something entirely new.Phil first encountered Shane when the latter remixed a track for the acclaimed Face the Beat series, produced in conjunction with Side-Line Magazine. The result was not unlike the original Anchorhold collaborations, where each of the guest artists brought something wholly unique to the record, and the pair began talking. Initially, the idea was for Shane to remix one or two songs, but his vision was so compelling that ideas for a grander project formed – a full album remix that would allow Shane to put his own stamp on the whole record. The result is The Anchorhold Dissolution billed as Phil Stiles Vs Shane Aungst.Of the project, Phil said:“I honestly never expected that Shane would have the time or the interest to create an entirely new vision for the album. When we started talking, it was one of our various late-night rambles and we were chatting about some of the artists that we both love. Perhaps inevitably Nine Inch Nails came up, and we started talking about how amazing it was that Trent was able to present versions of his records that were substantially different and yet really added something to the experience.The next thing I know, Shane starts sending through these amazing versions of songs from The Anchorhold. Each take offers something different, but what I didn’t release until the end was that Shane had a masterplan, creating a new sequence that saw the songs become increasingly splintered until the molten-vinyl finale of It Follows Me. For me, despite having worked for over a year on the original record, it was like hearing the album for the first time, and I am so happy that Shane was able to create something that took the intent of the original and filtered it through his own, highly individual vision.”With new artwork, once again from Final Coil’s Jola Stiles, and additional mastering from Phil, The Anchorhold Dissolution will take fans of the original record on a whole new journey. … See MoreSee Less
Our friend Jenika Ioffreda brandishing her wares at Dark Malta . Artist and creator of the Vampire Free Style comic book series starring Micia, the black cat!@jenikaioffreda #comics #vampirefreestyle #micia #gothicgraphicnovel #artist #illustrator #blackcats … See MoreSee Less
@leaether_strip_official #industrial #ebm #darkmaltafestival … See MoreSee Less
Thanks for the introduction. I'm enjoying this Psideralica band one time.
2 awesome people 🤘🍻
@die_kur opening it all up. Fantastic stage show and great sound#electro #industrial #industrialmetal … See MoreSee Less
You don't half get about you 2 lol ,keep safe and well 🤘🤘
Have a good one dudes!
Cockpit of the Millenium Falcon? LOL enjoy bro 🙂
Tonight Terra Relicta Radio is spinning our cover of Motorheads Nightmare The Dreamtime 🤘[Dark] UNKNOWN – tonight at 21.00 [CEST]❗Featuring new(er) singles by CADAVERIA, Chaos Bleak, Dawn of Solace, Hold Me Down, IANAI, Likheim, Lord Gravehill, Serpentent, Somberwind, Spectral Darkwave, The Medea Project, The Sixth Chamber, and White Ritual.Follow the [Dark] UNKNOWN……on Terra Relicta radio ▶ terrarelicta.com/radioPLAYLIST:01. Likheim – Alt Skal Svinne Hen…02. Cadaveria – Matryoshcada03. Chaos Bleak – Into The Trees04. White Ritual – Blind05. Serpentent – Rise & Fall06. Spectral Darkwave – Choking On Your Screams (Motörhead cover)07. Somberwind – No Class (Motörhead cover)08. The Medea Project – Nightmare-The Dreamtime (Motörhead cover)09. Lord Gravehill – The Beast10. The Sixth Chamber – Red Death Masquerade11. Hold Me Down – STK12. Dawn Of Solace – Flames Of Perdition (Acoustic version)13. Ianai – Savoj Icoil … See MoreSee Less
Posted @withregram • @imperativepruk Today Antichrist Magazine have launched their latest in a series of successful non-profit digital compilation albums. Featuring twenty nine underground metal acts from across the world, A Tribute To Motörhead is an awesome celebration of the legendary band’s timeless music. Each song has been recorded exclusively for this compilation and the tracks span Motörhead’s entire career – from their 1975 debut to 2015’s Bad Magic, including well known classics and some deep cuts worthy of discovery. At Imperative PR we are proud to have Spectral Darkwave and The Medea Project included on the album, both covering lesser known numbers in their own inimitable style.You can listen to the full album now at the Antichrist Magazine YouT#AntichristMagazinei#motorheadz#tributeo#BadMagici#spectraldarkwavep#themedeaprojectt#rocknrollj#metalo#heavymetalt#undergroundmetaln#lemmyu#legends#lemmy #legendswww.youtube.com/watch?v=uqtfzWqG1C0 … See MoreSee Less
Today!youtu.be/uqtfzWqG1C0Myrholt WYV85 Wyvern 1985 Comeback Somberwind Tides of Technocracy Ironthorn Soul Collector Hateful Agony Sunless Sky Tyranno PERFECT NME Beltane Serial Vice Suck This Punch The Medea Project Shadecrown Buaiteoir Hammathaz Warshipper Mudd Flux GunJack Naitaka Odeum Deus Arched Fire Skeleton Pit Blood of Angels Empire of Disease Wail Spectral Darkwave … See MoreSee Less
On Wednesday evening Antichrist Metalzine is releasing a Tribute to Motorhead. This free digital release features 29 diverse interpretations of classic Official Motörhearhead tracks. We have had the honour of being included in this fantastic lineup … See MoreSee Less
Lyle and Alec did the review, we (HeavyHops) just compiled the list.
In 2019, just prior to the release of The World We Left Behind For Others, we headed out to play a number of amazing events, including HRH, Fusion – Music Without Boundaries, support to Shonen Knife (at the The Underworld Camden) and Marky Ramone (at The Garage). The final gig of the year and, it turned out, for just over two years, was at The Fiddlers Elbow with our good friends Hats Off Gentlemen It’s Adequate.So, here we are in 2022 and, *finally*, we got to tour our second album. We played four dates, with three other amazing bands (take a bow: The Medea Project, Die Ego and YGODEH) and with some truly wonderful audiences. We’re still buzzing and we want to thank everyone who made the effort to come out and catch this tour, the venues who hosted us and the awesome sound engineers who made us sound good. For us, and for all the bands on the line up, it was something very special to do a coherent run of dates in great company and with a great vibe. Now to plan the next adventure… We’ll see you soon 😉Phil, RiFinal Coilnd Dan –Wormholedeath022Imperative PRathBlackstar Amplificationkstar AmplificatioScruffy Murphysz |The Metal Monocle| TRoyal Ten Clothing Officialn CPhil Stilesicial | Phil Stiles … See MoreSee Less
Aah yes, cameras. We forget about those 😅
And thank YOU. Helpin to keep the old man movin.✌️❤😁
Reeling from great tour that should have happened 2 years ago! Huge thanks to The Metal Monocle, Scruffy Murphys, Electrowerkz and The Chameleon for hosting. To Die Ego (Stage Demons!(have demons)), Final Coil (post gig rituals!) and YGODEH (Infectious madness) for labouring and sharing the stages with us. You are all Legends! Lastly but by no means least, everyone that came out and supported. We had a total blast! … See MoreSee Less
Was really good to see you again. The other bands were excellent too. Great night full of friendly metal heads. ❤😁
Die London gig was tiete.
Amazing night in London at a new venue for me Electrowerkz which was really cool!. Openers Die Ego we really great good fun and high energy. But I was there to see Final Coil who blew me away with a powerful set!. Due to train issues I missed headliners Ygodeh and only got to see the opening of The Medea Project but enjoyed what I heard. Videos links in comments Ygodeh plus special guests: The Medea Project, Final Coil and Die Ego … See MoreSee Less
23rd February 2018
Doomed to almost not have happened, last night at the Maze turned out to be a blast.
Massive thanks to Lycan and Pemphigoid for their dedication. The Maze for hosting and a very very special thanks to everyone who came out on an grim icy Thursday night to headbang and party with us!
See you all again at The Angel Microbrewery in March!
6th February 2018
To coincide with us releasing some merch we have decided to run a competition and give 3 lucky winners a bundle comprising of our self-titled EP and a T-Shirt.
All of the instructions are here. Good luck and we’ll catch you on the road soon
31st December 2017
Well it’s the demise of yet another year but reflecting on 2017, it was a landmark year for The Medea Project. Re-awakened on new shores, EP launch, shows and a relocation, it’s been a busy but memorable year.
Horns up to all the bands that we had the pleasure of playing with and bands we have met along the way.
An especially very very massive thank-you to the amazing, metal-mad Italian, Fabiola Santini. Your support and faith always pushed us on and there are no words to express our gratitude!
And last but definitely not least a double horns up to all our fans. The support has been overwhelming and we’re ready to keep the metal flag flying in 2018.
We want to wish everybody an awesome 2018. Play it dark and play it loud!
12th September 2017
With a busy few months of an EP launch, barrage of gigs and some merch, the Medea Project is officially alive and squirming. However, having left enough of a stain on the South East, it is now time to spread that stain across the rest of the Land.
We have decided to slither our way up to the Midlands. So, although we’ll be quiet on the gigging front for the next 6 weeks, it doesn’t mean we’re dead (well, we hope not) but tunnelling our way in. We’ve already snatched ourselves a rehearsal room so the cacophony will continue and all this in time for the grimfrost that will be descending soon…
19th August 2017
Good gig at 02 Islington last night! Great bands, great promoter and staff and an awesome crowd.
Thanks to The Basilisk, Sectlinefor, Detoxen and All That Was Said
Also thanks to Symptomatic and the O2 guys for all your support and help
Most of all thanks to everyone who came out to support, drink and in general have a damn good time!
Our next onslaught is on the 2nd September at the Red Lion in Gravesend. See you there!