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August 26, 2020

American prog-metallers Oceans of Slumber may be a name unknown to many. Often, music as textured and challenging as progressive metal requires a listener to allow themselves to be immersed into a world created by the artist and, as a result, is lost in the tide of more immediate and instantly-rewarding artists.

However, with their fourth and self-titled release, Oceans of Slumber have created an album of majesty and beauty that few artists in alt...

August 15, 2020

As death metal continues to maintain a strong following, bands like This Is Endless remain an important part of the framework. The sub genre was never built for all conquering accessibility, instead its survival has hinged on a consistent stream of bands that execute the blueprint with aplomb - something the five piece pull off on Formations Of A World Below

With that said though, to their credit, This Is Endless make specific effort t...

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...

June 26, 2020

Grey Daze, the once rough around the edges grunge rock band that played an important part in the creation of a legendary rock star, have today released what may be the ultimate tribute to the one and only Chester Bennington. Having released two albums 'Wake Me' (1994) and 'No Sun Today' (1997), Amends takes songs from both with an entirely new instrumental arrangement constructed around them. With the help of a host of the band's and Chester's fr...

June 1, 2020

Similar to Architects' 2018 opus Holy Hell - you'd have to search far and wide to find someone who isn't willing The Ghost Inside's return to be a home run. The tragedy they suffered that you're probably already aware of (Google if not) in the back end of 2015 means that realistically: the fact we're listening to new music from the five piece at all is a miracle, anything more than that is a bonus. 

Admittedly that makes objectivity a ch...

May 12, 2020

Less than a month to go until their new, self titled record is released and metalcore crew The Ghost Inside have dropped the latest single from the album - 'Pressure Point'. 

“Almost all TGI songs take the listener on a journey from dark to light or from despair to hope,” explains bassist Jim Riley. “On this record, we made a conscious effort to let individual songs explore different emotions we’ve been experiencing and not force them to have...

April 30, 2020

Though when it comes to size and appeal, thrash metal reached its cultural peak in the 80's, it's bands like Municipal Waste, Revocation, Power Trip, and Havok that have kept the genres modern day heart rate from flat lining. Generally sticking to the classic blueprint left for them: Denver four piece Havok have always took nods at the Mount Rushmore of thrash, but never quite been an outright carbon copy of their fore fathers. Their breakout rec...

April 14, 2020

As we approach the two decade mark since their inception, one of the many, many elements of The Black Dahlia Murder's career that deserves adoration is the bands refusal to take their legendary death metal status for granted. Twenty years in, we still find ourselves discussing a band that are trying to both sharpen, and curve the edges of the molten metal they spit out. The reality is that when so many outfits often find themselves in creative pu...

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