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VEXES Unveil “Beyond the Sinking”

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New Jersey alternative metal group VEXES has released their newest single, “Beyond the Sinking.” Alongside their first song since 2019, the band has announced the release of their double album, ‘Imagine What We Could Destroy /// If Only Given Time,’ set to release June 17, which spans 24 tracks at nearly 2 hours in length.  On the […]

Zeal and Ardor Debut “Death to the Holy” Video

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Swiss avant-garde metal group Zeal and Ardor have released their new video for “Death to the Holy” from their self-titled record released earlier this year. The video features intense imagery of if the existence of God was disproved, with riots attacking religious people as they hide and pray.  “The video for ‘Death to the Holy’ marks […]

Eastshade Breaks Through With Debut “When Colors Fade”

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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 a tiny ripple in the massive lake of this music? Well, I guess a good […]

Pridelands Debut “Light Bends” (REVIEW)

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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 just it, it was everything needed for metalcore that has been crafted before. However, with […]

Volumes Returns Happier Than Ever Before (Review)

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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, but it just wasn’t the same. After 5 years, Michael Barr returned, replacing Farias, and […]

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

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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 that garnered energetic reception at the festival. This inspired the duo to continue to develop […]

PLEXXAGLASS’s Debut Is A Beautiful Memoir of Life (Review)

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“WHERE IS YOUR GOD, KNOWING WHAT YOU KNOW NOW? is my memoir. If you listen close enough, you’re listening to an audio blueprint of the past 6 years of my life, as a person and an artist. It’s also a letter to you; you are worthy of telling and sharing your story. You never know […]

Sentinels’ “Collapse by Design” Is Sure To Be A Classic (Review)

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Combining intense breakdowns, polyrhythmic technicality, sporadic guitarwork, and abrasive vocals, the New Jersey metalcore group, Sentinels, have crafted an aggressive masterpiece in ‘Collapse by Design.’ From beginning to end, Sentinels refuses to ever let up, constantly bombarding listeners with technical grooves and harsh sections without end. With a sound similar to groups like The Tony […]

DEFICIT Follows Momentum On Their New Single “DICE” (Track Analysis)

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With yet another single under their belt, Australian metalcore outfit DEFICIT continues to solidify their intense blend of prog-metalcore and hardcore to craft an aggressive and relentless track. “DICE” opens with a technical riff that utilizes the contrast between the low tuning and higher pitched notes in conjunction with pummeling drums and a hooky, screamed […]

STARSET’s Futuristic Dystopia ‘HORIZONS’ is a Musical Utopia (Review)

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After moving further and further into the realm of electronic rock/metal with each release, STARSET takes a step back on ‘HORIZONS’ and brings back the cinematic, conceptual sound of their former years. Although this record feels like a natural progression, the addition of orchestration and theatrical interludes similar to what was present on ‘Transmissions’ brings […]