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Greyhaven’s Beautifully Bright World (REVIEW)

Greyhaven’s Beautifully Bright World (REVIEW)

Greyhaven sent shockwaves throughout the post-hardcore/metalcore scene in 2018 with their second release, ‘Empty Black.’ Their blend of intense, Every Time I Die-esque riffs with a contrasting melodic composure, Greyhaven established their ability to craft some of the best music...
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Meshuggah Returns With “Immutable” (REVIEW)

Meshuggah Returns With “Immutable” (REVIEW)

Throughout the years, djent has grown as a genre within the metal community. Bands like Periphery, After the Burial, and Tesseract have popularized it within the scene while bands like Born of Osiris and Volumes have fused the style into...
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Erra’s Exceptional Deluxe Edition [REVIEW]

Erra’s Exceptional Deluxe Edition [REVIEW]

Last year, ERRA released their fifth full-length, which was highly regarded by fans in the metalcore realm. The self-titled record was filled with some of the band's best work, from the high-intensity of “Scorpion Hymn”  and “Gungrave” to the melodic...
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Bad Omens – ‘THE DEATH OF PEACE OF MIND’ (REVIEW)

Bad Omens – ‘THE DEATH OF PEACE OF MIND’ (REVIEW)

Virginia based metalcore act Bad Omens have returned with their third full-length studio album ‘THE DEATH OF PEACE OF MIND’, a staggering 15 track record that seeks to redefine the band’s identity with a newfound focus on creative direction and...
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Eastshade Breaks Through With Debut “When Colors Fade”

Eastshade Breaks Through With Debut “When Colors Fade”

Nowadays, metalcore is an unbelievably saturated genre in the music industry. The list of bands is endless, and it seems nearly impossible to establish yourself as a newcomer in the scene. How does one even attempt to make even just...
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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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