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Pridelands Debut “Light Bends” (REVIEW)

Pridelands Debut “Light Bends” (REVIEW)

Over the last several years, Pridelands has begun to establish themselves as a rather prominent modern metalcore group. They have everything necessary to succeed in the genre. Driving grooves, catchy melodies, intense vocals, techy riffs, all the necessities. But that’s...
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Caliber’s Best Of 2021: Top 25 Albums Of The Year

Caliber’s Best Of 2021: Top 25 Albums Of The Year

We’ve officially made it to the end of 2021, and what a year it has been- especially for the scene. There have been so many releases over the course of this year, ranging from the highly anticipated, the breakouts, and...
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Isolation 10 Year Anniversary Set – Harm’s Way, Vein.fm, & Fleshwater – Chicago, IL – 12.19.21

Isolation 10 Year Anniversary Set – Harm’s Way, Vein.fm, & Fleshwater – Chicago, IL – 12.19.21

To commemorate the 10 year anniversary of their album 'Isolation,' Harm's Way played a special set in their hometown of Chicago, Illinois this past weekend. The native group played the entirety of the album, as well as other top tracks from...
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As Lions and Lambs Search For “Something To Feel” On Powerful New Single (Track Analysis)

As Lions and Lambs Search For “Something To Feel” On Powerful New Single (Track Analysis)

Rising deathcore outfit As Lions and Lambs dropped a surprise new single this past weekend to close out the year titled “Something To Feel”. The track is band’s first release since their crushing EP ‘Misery Season’ that dropped earlier this...
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Citizen Winter Tour Featuring Drug Church, Glitterer, & Floating Room – Chicago, IL – 12.4.21

Citizen Winter Tour Featuring Drug Church, Glitterer, & Floating Room – Chicago, IL – 12.4.21

To promote the release of their new album 'Life In Your Glass World,' Toledo, Ohio natives Citizen embarked on a month long North American tour in the middle of November. The group, who played Riot Fest earlier this year, made...
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REVIEW: Static Dress Release Visceral Debut EP ‘Prologue’

REVIEW: Static Dress Release Visceral Debut EP ‘Prologue’

Rising UK post hardcore outfit Static Dress have released their debut EP ‘Prologue’, set as a soundtrack for an accompanying comic book of the same name that details the story and lore interwoven with the EP’s release and lyrical content....
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‘The Romance of Affliction Tour’ featuring SeeYouSpaceCowboy, Greyhaven, Vatican, & Wristmeetrazor – Chicago, IL – 11.28.21

‘The Romance of Affliction Tour’ featuring SeeYouSpaceCowboy, Greyhaven, Vatican, & Wristmeetrazor – Chicago, IL – 11.28.21

With the release of their new album 'The Romance of Affliction' which quickly reached #9 on Billboard's Top New Artist Albums, SeeYouSpaceCowboy hit the road at the beginning of November for a month long tour across the U.S. starting with...
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ALBUM REVIEW: IMMINENCE – ‘HEAVEN IN HIDING’

ALBUM REVIEW: IMMINENCE – ‘HEAVEN IN HIDING’

Swedish alternative metalcore outfit Imminence have returned with their fourth full-length studio album ‘Heaven In Hiding’, which follows up their 2019 magnum opus ‘Turn The Light On’. After finally coming into their own and exploding onto the scene with a...
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GALLERY: The Midnight ‘North America Tour 2021’ Featuring Jupiter Winter – Sacramento, CA – 11.06.21

GALLERY: The Midnight ‘North America Tour 2021’ Featuring Jupiter Winter – Sacramento, CA – 11.06.21

A week removed since their performance at the 2021 Outside Lands in San Francisco, CA, The Midnight kicked off their fall 2021 tour at Ace Of Spades in Sacramento, CA. Kicking off the set with the lead single off their...
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Volumes Returns Happier Than Ever Before (Review)

Volumes Returns Happier Than Ever Before (Review)

After the mass acclaim from fans of ‘Via,’ Volumes have been trying to reach that same level of power as their debut. After the departure of Michael Barr, the band continued with Gus Farias and the addition of Myke Terry,...
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Converge and Chelsea Wolfe Team Up For Masterful Debut of Forces (Review)

Converge and Chelsea Wolfe Team Up For Masterful Debut of Forces (Review)

It was 2016 at the Roadburn Festival in the Netherlands. Converge was joined by Chelsea Wolfe, her bandmate Ben Chisolm, and Cave In vocalist/guitarist Stephen Brodsky. The unlikely combination of artistry under the name Blood Moon performed revamped Converge classics...
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REVIEW: Silent Planet – ‘Iridescent’

REVIEW: Silent Planet – ‘Iridescent’

NOTE: The following piece is a collaborative effort between staff writers Mateo Ottie and Tyler White. “Pull me back to the nightmare, I’d rather be fragile than forever alone.” This simple line that closes the album summarizes Silent Planet’s fourth...
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