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November 20, 2019

West Virginia-based metal collective Left Behind’s latest album No One Goes To Heaven is their first since joining label giant Pure Noise Records (Knocked Loose, Terror, Counterparts), meaning expectations were high.

As the album title suggests, the theme circulates around vocalist Zach Hatfield dismissing religion as a means of solace for his mental illness or situation. With a clear, coherent tone similar to Ivan Moody of Five Finger Death Punch...

November 1, 2019

When Canadian hardcore crew Counterparts announced their sixth studio album - Nothing Left To Love back in August, vocalist and front man Brendan Murphy bluntly admitted “I wouldn’t hold your breath for anything groundbreaking”, which immediately dampened the high expectations fans held for the record. But in hindsight, this was probably for the best. Whereas previous album You’re Not You Anymore saw the band expand on melodic elements, many of t...

October 18, 2019

Welsh alt-rock four-piece Dream State have been the band on everyone’s lips this year. After being named Kerrang! Magazine's 'Best British Newcomer' at their 2018 awards ceremony, there were high expectations for their debut album Primrose Path. And when you add in the ingredient of the personal tale that is told throughout the record - it only adds to the pressure.

Produced by Dan Weller, (Enter Shikari) Primrose Path strays away from Dream State...

October 14, 2019

In May of this year, Mallory Knox (5) announced a UK tour, starting on September 15th. In a somewhat unexpected twist of fate, on September 9th, they announced it would be their last.

The four-piece formed in Cambridge, and over ten years have gained thousands of fans yet recently lost a vocalist. When Mikey Chapman left, the band went underground, and not by choice. It’s sad to say that not only did Chapman leave a front man-shaped hole in the ba...

October 10, 2019

Metalcore has continued as a thriving subgenre, so its no surprise Aussie natives Void of Vision have continued to explore it in more depth in the form of sophomore album Hyperdaze. Although, as other bands in the scene have moved on from certain genre tropes, it seems they missed a rather important memo.

The record gets off to a decent start with ambient opening track ‘Overture’ seamlessly transitioning into the chugging ‘Year of The Rat’. Howeve...

August 24, 2019

By definition, avant garde is “new and experimental”. Life Right Now’s debut album may be new and experimental for them, but how avant garde can electronic hardcore/metalcore actually get nowadays? Written by a super group made up of members from Atilla, It Lies Within, Nevada Rose and Deception of A Ghost, is this album just the ultimate mashup of an outdated genre?

There are clear references to each member’s respective bands and their influences...

July 30, 2019

This year was a monumental one Slam Dunk. For its 13th year, organisers had scrapped the Midlands date and took its first step to develop North from a multi-venue city event to a fully-fledged outdoor festival in Temple Newsam Park, matching South’s move from The Hatfield Forum to Hatfield Park last year. The big move did spark some apprehension amongst North attendees, fretting over transport, weather and the general functionality of the festiva...

July 18, 2019

Nebraskan hard rock quartet Through Fire started off their career with a strong debut released through giant genre label Sumerian Records (Asking Alexandria, Periphery, The Dillinger Escape Plan). Now they’re aiming to keep up the bold momentum with follow-up album All Animal, but have they strayed too far from the jackpot? 

Like their previous release Breathe (2016), the Midwesterners intertwine electronic elements around slabs of heavy rock, alt...

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