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April 10, 2019

The return of Blood Command is an exciting time. The unique and utterly powerful Norwegian group made a big statement with their 2017 record Cult Drugs. Since the release of the 10-track treat, the band have gone on to support Rolo Tomassi thanks to their self-described ‘deathpop’ vibes.

The four-piece are adding to their repertoire with brand-new EP Return of the Arsonist: five tracks of intrigue and prowess. The record strengthens their diverse...

February 12, 2019

Fesh faced Derby Metalcore newcomers Bury The Traitor, for those who remember the lads off the back of their debut EP ‘Anchored’ back in 2016, if you can even cast your mind that far back. They made a ripple in the sea of emerging British Metalcore, making it very hard to make that wave to break in to this scene being at it’s finest over the last few years and showing no signs of slowing. Ascend To Clarity is the Derby quintet’s reloaded attempt...

August 14, 2018


Unanimated are a band whose journey go back a long way to 1988 but have since had their fair share of hiatus’ and turmoil to get where they are. This Swedish Death Metal band had reunited I 2007 after a 11 year hiatus and after 2009’s In the Light of Darkness, have since not released an album. They have, however, recently signed a three album deal with Century Media Records and just as a small tease of what could come soon, we have Annihilation...

July 10, 2018

The third EP by Deathcore Canadians A Scar for the Wicked reads a lot like a band further down the line. Production values are high on The Unholy, and surprisingly it’s an abnormally long EP at seven tracks. The whole thing screams like an album but, as of yet, we have yet to see the band debut in such affairs.

What we do get offers a quite energetic and brutal take on the Deathcore genre, taking many queues from Death Metal. Vocals can be the scr...

February 28, 2017

Merthyr Tydfil was once known as the iron capitol of the world back in the 1800s. To this day not much has changed, as this town has found another way to export metal to the masses. Fighting to keep the South Wales valleys heavy are five-piece djent-iles Eclipse, who are pounding out riff after chest beating riff with the force of category five Doris.

Hailing from one of the more underrated scenes in the country, Eclipse are bringing a fresh soun...

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