Tag: metalcore

Mar 18

Suicide Silence – Suicide Silence (2017)

Over a decade ago, Suicide Silence became one of the first to pioneer the metalcore community through their powerful performances and cutting edge take on the scene. They quickly began making a name for themselves with hard-hitting tracks such as  “Unanswered“, “Disengage” and “You Only Live Once”.  Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Mar 02

The Charm The Fury – The Sick, Dumb & Happy 2017

Nuclear Blast Records and Arising Empire have teamed up and are pushing hard for up and coming metalcore band, The Charm The Fury. Hailing from the Netherlands, The Charm The Fury is persistently growing in popularity all throughout  Europe.  Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Jul 25

Maik Weichert of Heaven Shall Burn talks about The Wanderer at Hellfest

Heaven Shall Burn is one of the most noticeable bands in the metalcore scene since their formation almost 20 years ago they have shaped their own sound along with laying the foundations for the global sound of metalcore. Heaven Shall Burn last album VETO was an example of how heavily and aggressive this band could …

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Jul 23

Sean & Kevin of Thy Art Is Murder talked about Holy War & Mayhem Fest 2015

Since the worldwide released of Hate in 2013, Thy Art Is Murder has become one of the single most respected acts in the metalcore scene. When the genre was falling into monotony, it was Thy Art Is Murder who brought a different tone to it, they injected life to it. I am personally not into …

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Jun 29

Thy Art is Murder- Holy War (2015)

Produced in secret this past winter Thy Art is Murder recorded their third studio album and second release with Nuclear Blast.  After the acclaim of Hate and the intense touring; the band is utilized the momentum to put together their most confronting release yet.  Of course this new album already has controversy buzzing around it, …

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Apr 07

Beyond Dishonor – Generations E.P. (2015)

Beyond Dishonor is by far one of the most versatile bands to emerge as of recently. Their intriguing sound is a mix of metalcore and electronic influences. Their songs are both lively and destructive, with plenty more vibes in the mix. The Generations E.P. is a good introduction to the band’s playing style and lyrical …

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May 28

Eddie Hermida of Suicide Silence talked with us about You Can’t Stop Me

The fate of Suicide Silence was an uncertain one after the tragic passing of their vocalist and founding member Mitch Lucker in 2012. But giving up wouldn’t be a decorous act to do for the band or for the memory and legacy that Mitch helped to build. Henceforth, the remaining members of Suicide Silence decided …

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Mar 11

Oceano checked in with The Age Of Metal

Oceano is a brutal calamity. This Chicago act blends nefarious vitality and skillful songwriting, honing a unique style. This momentous troupe easily seizes your mind with their tremendous virulence. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Feb 13

The Age of Metal speaks to Rob Maramonte of The Zenith Passage at Winter NAMM 2014

The Zenith Passage has successfully grown to new heights in a short amount of time. Their singular sound will compel you to join them in their delusive massacre. They perfectly combine elements of technical death metal monsters such as Origin and The Faceless, resulting in an unmatched brutality. It is these reasons why it will …

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Feb 03

Caliban – Ghost Empire (2014)

Caliban - Ghost Empire

The inherent issue with the majority of metalcore bands is that too many albums can fall into the trap of sounding like a 40-minute, downtuned chug-fest.  However, Germany’s Caliban is one of the few metalcore bands from the early/mid-2000s that rose above the swath of like-minded bands from that period.  When they signed with Roadrunner …

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Oct 23

Winds of Plague – Resistance (2013)

From Southern California progressive metal band Winds of Plague are releasing their newest album titled Resistance.  Formed in 2002 the band has been pumping out the records creating a more sophisticated style of Progressive metal.  Their previous album Against the World (2011) set the bar pretty high for anything after and its safe to say that …

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