With All Their Might
(Unique Leader Records)
For whatever inane reason, every three piece band is a "power" trio, which I find just a tad humorous. There are a whole ton of groups that...
The Voynich Code
While it's probably past its expected expiration date, the progressive deathcore scene sure shined bright for a few years and produced some real g...
Faces of Eve
Mixing soulful post-hardcore with progressive metalcore seems like a bad idea. Djent + Emarosa (Djentarosa?) sounds like it probably wouldn't work, but the...
I'll totally cop to not pay as much attention to lyrics as I used to. I can remember riffs and vocal melodies, but the number of instantly-recogniza...
Rites of Absolution
Although I do love me some death and thrash, I find a lot of death/thrash hybrid groups end up watering down what I love about both styles (I'd arg...
Thanks to bands like Converge, Gaza, and The Dillinger Escape Plan, what I call insane-o-core has definitely become a thing over the years. Mixing hardcore, grind, death...
Interview with Leprous vocalist/keyboardist Einar Solberg | By Nicholas Senior
In progressive rock, doing something different is not always seen as truly “progressive.” Norway’s premier prog rock ban...
Nurturing. Protecting. Helicopter parents. Sannhet's latest sonic endeavor explores the metaphor of a mother shielding her child's eyes from harm. The cover is cer...
The Wild EP
(Been Had Records)
Brooklyn musician Danny Lannon (ex-The Frail) has quite the hit on his hands with his latest project. Vacances is a bit of a misleading misnomer, as this s...
(Royal Mountain Records)
Versatility. It's an impressive weapon to have in your toolbox, but too often a band with wide aspirations and abilities make records that sound ...