Pennsylvanian duo Vulturepeak unleash 10 new tracks of seething, bitter hardcore on their newest full-length, Snake Body. Continue Reading
Wrong’s debut ep Stop Giving marked a shift in the songwriting canon of Eric Hernandez/Ryan Haft. Previously the pair logged many miles in post-hardcore outfit Capsule. The latter was more than capable of countless arrangement and feel changes in literally under 60 seconds whereas the former adopted an approach more akin to New York jazz/noise/groove legends Helmet. With Haft and Hernandez time-tested work ethic, Stop Giving was followed by an 11 song, self-titled full-length album a short time later. Wrong was notable for not only its release on powerhouse Relapse records but also for it’s marked growth in songwriting, execution, and overall intensity. Continue Reading
The current and ongoing movement of contemporary electric guitar playing has seen the instrument reach new heights in the realm of heavy music. Animals as Leaders and their fretboard wizardry have made them nearly a household name. Acts like Plini, Periphery, and Chon aren’t far behind with their unique, innovative, approach to playing and performing. File Hong Kong’s Oliver Cheung into the “up and coming and tremendously talented” folder.
Saarbrücken, Germany, Progressive Metal veterans Tomorrow’s Eve have returned with their 5th full-length album. The band released their first album “The Unexpected World” in 1999. Tomorrow’s Eve theatrical themes and powerful songwriting chops will move the listener and have seen the band receive acclaim from fans and critics both.
After releasing several EP and demo recordings since 2014, Staunton, Virginia’s Diseased Earth unveil their long overdue debut full-length, Bleeding of the Light. Continue Reading
Cut the Architect’s Hand deliver 35 minutes’ worth of noisy, chaotic metalcore on their newest full-length, Thus Always to Tyrants. Continue Reading
As implied by the album’s title, Nightmarer construct a soul-crushing cacophony on their debut full-length, Cacophony of Terror. Continue Reading