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June 23, 2020

Make Them Suffer's career has been interesting so far, to say the least. The Aussie band's first few studio releases were very much grounded in deathcore with heavy key-led symphonic influences. However, as time progressed,  the band have made a lot of stylistic changes from album to album. Their sophomore full-length, Old Souls, still had a lot of the ferocious symphonic death metal elements of their earliest material, but it also had some songs...

June 19, 2020

Tech-deathcore practitioners Enterprise Earth landed a direct hit last year with their highly appraised third full length Luciferous. Whilst the record should have served as a jump-board for the band to spring to new heights this year, 2020 had vastly different ideas. Earlier this Spring, the band had to abandon their Euro run alongside Rings Of Saturn and just a few weeks later the powers that be postponed their mammoth Oceania tour with fellow...

June 17, 2020

It’s fair to say that deathcore hasn’t always had the best reputation in the metal scene; whether that’s entirely deserved or not is another argument entirely but it’s safe to say the statement is entirely unwarranted. Deathcore-by-numbers has plagued the scene since shortly after its inception from seminal bands like The Red Chord and Job For A Cowboy’s now classic Doom EP. In recent years there has been a significant shift away from the heavily...

May 29, 2020

Metalcore is a confusing subgenre. Initially coined as a joke term back in the 90s for metallic hardcore bands like Hatebreed, this is a style that now encompasses such a broad variety of bands that it's almost completely meaningless. On one hand, you have bands like the aforementioned Hatebreed and Counterparts who are much closer to hardcore and post-hardcore than they are metal, and then you have bands like Killswitch Engage and Shadows Fall w...

April 1, 2020

Hailing from the streets of Copenhagen, Cabal represent the dark and filthy heart of a city stereotypically perceived as scenic and pleasant. With only a singular release to their namesake thus far, the group have already made a sizeable crater within the European deathcore scene, decimating highly publicised events such as Copenhell, Roskilde, Euroblast and Complexity Fest - just to name a few. With their talons now gripped deep within the scene...

March 24, 2020

In a little corner of modern Metal, Heaven Shall Burn have occupied a powerful position. Their raw energy and powerful vocals have run at the core of their music. It's actually hard to exactly position where these Germans have put their music. It's strong Metal, it sounds modern and does well for most looking for a powerful punch. Over the years their style has been confident and lends itself to purely screaming. Like a modern Chimaira or perhaps...

February 14, 2020

In many ways, Pat Sheridan embodies exactly what it means to be a guitarist on the front line of extreme metal in 2020. Having been a prominent figure in Fit For An Autopsy's sometimes slow, but always sure ascension: he's one of the many musicians in alternative music that have had to scratch and claw for every segment of success they could dig their nails in to for over a decade, but in essence: there's really no one else like him. 

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February 8, 2020

If there was any doubt that Thy Art Is Murder have become one of, if not THE premier extreme metal bands in circulation: then tonight's rabid, capacity crowd crammed inside Birmingham's O2 Institute should end all factors of the debate. At one point the Aussies were the globes deathcore sweethearts, but today they've become inescapably more. No longer the kings of a sub-genre: Thy Art are at the forefront of a much bigger conversation - one that...

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