Tag: The Safety Fire

Dec 13

Stephanie’s Top 15 for 2013

2013 marked another fantastic year for metal music. This was definitely the year of surprising releases from bands I thought were over making music. But some of the most vigorous, technical and mind-blowing albums I’ve heard were released. Compiling a list of only fifteen albums to mention was a pain in the ass. But nonetheless …

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Oct 02

The Age of Metal Speaks to Dez Nagle of The Safety Fire During the Parallax II Tour in Orlando, FL

The Safety Fire is a rising English progressive metal band. They’re extremely unique in the sense that they’re inspired by various genres of music that is heard in every song; labeling them “progressive metal” truly is an understatement. After achieving popularity in the UK, they quickly got signed to InsideOut Music and started touring with …

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Sep 17

The Safety Fire – Mouth of Swords (2013)

This year rising English band The Safety Fire releases their sophomore album Mouth of Swords. This band pushes the boundaries of progressive metal, giving it a feel geared towards alternative rock and jazz while incorporating the heavier aspects. They became popular in the UK metal scene and have been growing ever since; they scored a …

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Apr 12

The Safety Fire talks to The Age of Metal

I’m going to go ahead and say it: Grind the Ocean, The Safety Fire‘s debut full-length out now on Inside Out Music/Century Media, is one of the best albums of the year. The djent-y influences are strongly complemented by some really beautiful melodies and Sean McWeeney’s almost hardcore shouts and really well done clean vocals. …

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