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Who can believe these guys survived long enough to deliver a new record in 2018? On their tenth LP, Freddy delivers a straightforward p...
The exciting resurgence of these artistic metalcore types is making the modern metal space currently captivating. Foreign Hands, Sanct...
Tried and true, meat and potato hardcore reigns supreme here with plenty of tough guy energy, and effortless groove. While the band doe...
This record kicks open a can of worms in its delivery and strikes ferociously in a brutal attempt to capture emotional aggression. Th...
It’s surprising that new acts continue to deliver the same uninspired efforts that aim to shape the metalcore space. While the term ref...
This lush, cherub-rock acts returns with another collection of brooding love songs. Although there’s been a huge leap from Peach the ba...
The band marches forward in refined form, bringing to mind a modern interpretation of Ozzy classics and Screaming For Vengeance era Jud...
On their latest record, the minions of mystical metal sorcery go to great lengths to capture the glory of fantasy oriented aggro prog. ...
The band delivers big, empirical chords, slammed against larger-than-life drums while the wailing sustains consistently throughout. Alt...
Perhaps trying to blend Deafheaven’s strummy-blast beat packed approach into a sludgy groove-oriented sound is a neat formula. Problem ...
Trail Of Lies. Syracuse, NY. If you want hardcore, then you get hardcore. These DIY soldiers slam the door shut on no-frills, no-fill...
While the purity of Heartbound can never be relived, the Australian act delivers another set of electronically-packed, alternative met...
In the early 2000’s, metal bands were plopping onto the laps of labels left and right, and most bands who had a record released in the...
After the band walked away six years ago and hung up their antics, it didn’t seem likely that we’d ever have another record to review ...
When the band started making waves about coming out of the shed a few years ago, there wasn’t much for them to cling onto. The metal sc...