"If we win over only a handful of people, it’ll be a success" - Introducing the cinematic electronica of Poisonous Birds


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August 7, 2020

It’s hard to believe that it’s been seven whole years since the last album, 2013’s Absent Light, from metalcore stalwarts Misery Signals. Not only is it their first release in quite some time, it’s also the first with the original lineup, reunited for the first time since their debut in 2004, the excellent Of Malice and the Magnum Heart. Since reforming that lineup for tenth anniversary shows in 2014, the band have quietly beavered away on new mu...

August 6, 2020

Your inability to nail down exactly where Swedish five piece Avatar sit on the metal spectrum has, somewhat oddly, always worked in their favour. The Swedes chameleon like act has seen them fleet from tongue in cheek, performance lead escapades on the likes of 2012's Black Waltz to more technical, progressive ventures with Feathers & Flesh [2016]. Though often unpredictable in their output - the quintets ace up their sleeve has often been th...

August 6, 2020

Over the last few years Stand Atlantic have been steadily making a name for themselves as stalwarts of an ever expanding, nigh on oversaturated pop punk scene where you can barely take one step before coming across 10-15 bands that all sound the same. They did this all the while keeping their collective heads comfortably above water as they relentlessly tour, tour, tour the world, all off the back of just two releases; their 2017 Sidewinder EP an...

August 4, 2020

It can sometimes be heard that atmosphere is a cheap substitute for Extreme Metal. Quite frankly, this idea misses the point of music in quite a large way. Whilst it leaves the opportunity for some truly interesting takes on the genre to one side in favour of a lot of the same. Every once in a while a band like Winter Nights comes around. Described to be similar to bands like Amon Amarth and Kalmah and Behemoth, again this is just limiting. There...

July 28, 2020

French post-metal quintet Fall Of Messiah aren’t afraid to gaze into the maddening abyss and ponder the more depressing nature of existence. The group have often veered towards toying with more macabre psychological exercises, something their 2016 breakthrough Empty Colours showcased vividly. Four years on and with the world continuing to spin dangerously off it’s axis, it’s no surprise Fall Of Messiah’s latest record Senicarne see’s the gro...

July 27, 2020

In the crossroads of extreme metal, Black Metal intersects with Death Metal in sometimes obvious, sometimes obscure ways. Bands that generate that fanbase can be hard to describe. With a rough edged Melodic Death Metal band like God Dethroned there is almost a blueprint. Whilst Blackened Death Metal Bands make it incredibly clear. Limos, a recent act from Finland, are completely within this area.

Despite the clear similarity to God Dethroned it wo...

July 27, 2020

Canadian progressive power/symphonic metallers Osyron bring us their latest release Foundations. Established in 2006 as Morbid Theory, they went through a few lineup and stylistic changes and re-emerged as Osyron in 2012.

Foundations is the band's third album as Osyron and mixes different styles – progressive and symphonic/power metal with elements of folk and middle-eastern influences, also technical elements. It also sounds like they're inspired...

July 24, 2020

If you catch a glimpse of the album artwork for Broadside’s brand-new instalment, Into The Raging Sea, it can be understandable to expect something a bit different from the Vancouver based pop rockers. Serving as a visual contrast to the 2017 Paradise, this third record presents a fresh mindset for the quartet.

From the outset, the new Broadside manifests a darker periphery in previously released single ‘The Raging Sea’. It’s a steady paced track,...

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