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September 27, 2019

If there is a label to keep an eye on at the moment, it would have be Holy Roar. 2019 has seen the release of two pioneering records with Conjurer and Pijn’s Curse These Metal Hands and MØL's I/II, just to name a few. To put it simply, Car Bomb’s fourth release is unreasonably good. It is the auditory journey of being thrashed up and down in the ocean, smashed between pressure zones, observing both chaos and beauty.

The Long Island four piece made...

July 23, 2019

Despite the many twists, turns and tribulations the national progressive metal movement has endured over the past decade or so, it’s felt like Valis Ablaze have been a constant staple of the DIY underbelly of the national scene since their inception in 2012. Even with their own turbulent trails, with the early years of the band being bookmarked by numerous lineup and directional adjustments, the group have been a constant warm, reliable and conte...

July 2, 2019

If you have been keeping an ear to the ground you will know about the somewhat controversial, let's say vocalist change, seeing powerhouse Jamie Graham depart Heart Of A Coward around two years back. Becoming an extreme strength of the band following the last venture Deliverance. The outfit was seemingly unstoppable, all following the formidable Jamie, so when the departure was announced it left fans with a bitter taste for who was to come next....

November 27, 2018

While on the cusp of it, extreme metal may come with its fair share of limitations - when doubled down on the reward is often worth the risk. And that's the most poignant description you could possibly hand to Monasteries latest haymaker of an EP Pulmonary Failure (possibly the most metal name for an EP in the history of music).

Confined to a post-it note, Pulmonary Failure is little more than a 20 minute slaughterhouse of beatdown annihilation....

November 15, 2018

Last month, intercontinental prog-metallers Monuments gave us the first new music since their very well-received sophomore effort, The Amanuensis, 4 years ago. Although their latest album Phronesis seemed like a more derivative album for the band, it was still a fine example of modern progressive metal, featuring the signature grooves that Monuments has become well known for. One of the band's strongest traits has always been their live shows, w...

October 9, 2018

There was a period of time between the start of 2014 and the end of 2015 when a sect of bands looked like they were ready to take over the world. These bands were all bringing a relatively new style of progressive metal out of the underground and into the forefront. The djent subgenre was never really taken seriously when it first got going, but by the mid-point of this decade, bands like Tesseract, Periphery and The Contortionist, among others,...

September 28, 2018

Despite their legion of fans citing their headline set at Tech Fest 2017 being a triumphant return for the band, there’s been trouble afoot within The Arusha Accord camp recently. Shortly after their long-awaited return to the stage, the group was met with uncertainly following the departure of Alex Green (vocals) and Tom Hollings (guitar). Whilst such events would spell the demise for many acts, it’s clear that The Arusha Accord can withstand th...

September 7, 2018

Indian/American outfit Skyharbor are a band that have defied convention and expectations almost from the get-go; initially beginning life as a file on guitarist Keshav Dhar’s laptop as a solo project, the band quickly took on a life of its own. Now the band spans continents, and this is echoed through the vast scope of the music, encompassing elements from crunchy tech metal and prog rock to Eric Emery’s soaring, poppy vocals.

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