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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...

July 21, 2020

Lacerating riffs and cocktail sophistication - a timeless, perfect mix.

Bar from writing and playing feral metalcore in the vein of Every Time I Die, Cancer Bars and While She Sleeps, Bristolian metalcore yob RXPTRS love nothing more than a good, high percentage alcoholic beverage. Whilst the summer has long been a season associated with social drinking, for obvious reasons, this year has been a bit different. With that in mind, the band got...

June 26, 2020

A new musical outfit has emerged hailing from... well we don't actually know. The collective is called Plagues and consists of 5 members though who/what they are remains unknown as their faces are covered by absurdly terrifying masks. In terms of their music, they have just provided the first offering in terms of their debut single but let's take you back to the start.

Here's what we do know, the mysterious group Plagues have surfaced and have bee...

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 12, 2020

The music scene in 2020 fell flat on its arse on a global scale after everyone was forced to stay inside in order to just stay alive. Tours and festivals got cancelled and many album releases got postponed. In the metalcore scene, however, not so much. Connecticut quintet Currents can't be stopped so easily. After releasing a solid album and EP in 2017 and 2018 respectively, the well still hasn't dried up. Joining them on this current adventure i...

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 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...

May 20, 2020

Eight years ago, Crossfaith released their revered Zion EP worldwide, shining a huge spotlight on the band on a global scale. With that spotlight they've been slowly building their profile and securing their legacy in stone, from their unparalleled live shows to their expansive library of ragers, bangers and anthems. With their new EP, Species, the Japanese titans are set to usher in a new age of chaos, with their sights set on huge stages and an...

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