Jinjer has got to be right up there when it comes to the busiest bands in all of hard music today. Just examining their 2019 schedule leads me to notice that they kicked things off with the Micro EP, toured Europe, launched their first headlining North American run this Fall and somehow still found studio time to assemble their fourth proper LP Macro (Napalm Records) just in time for another Euro trek. Don’t know how they do it, but nothing but respect for our Ukrainian friends even if our president is a vile pig monster who tried extorting you guys for political gain. Continue reading
Brand new Rock and Metal supergroup Disciples of Verity have shared their debut single and lyric video for the track ‘Worthy’, which features guitar legend Jeff Loomis on lead guitar. Disciples of Verity includes the talents of Corey Glover (Living Colour), George Pond (ex Negative Sky), Corey Pierce (God Forbid) and Greg Antine. The bands’ debut album Pragmatic Sanction is coming soon. “Worthy” crushes and will blow your minds! Check it out! Continue reading
Borders is a foursome from Lincoln, England that are here to unapologetic provide much needed heavy music to your playlist. Thriving on pure heavy metal, their upcoming album Purify (Long Branch Records) embarks on a ten-track journey with elements from Djent to Post-hardcore. Continue reading
Having already reviewed Whitechapel this year, it seems only fitting that a new After The Burial record would come along so soon after. Whilst not being in the same sphere of musical style at all both bands are at a similar point in their careers. After The Burial much like Whitechapel are also absolute masters of their sound a band that has remained pretty much unrivaled in terms of musicianship and influence. Continue reading
Sworn Amongst are one of the best-kept secrets in UK Metal – there is something familiar yet different to their approach to modern Metalcore. Indeed new EP Reclamation (Famined Records) is full to the brim with newly added strings to their musical bow. Continue reading
Periphery has come a long way. From humble origins that saw them credited for the rejuvenation of the Progressive Metal as a genre, to continually pushing creative boundaries with each release, their newest effort Periphery IV: Hail Stan (3DOT) continues the upward musical trajectory of the band. Continue reading
From their self-released debut album, Remnant of Humanity, From Sorrow To Serenity showed they have what it takes to sit alongside comfortably with their peers in the Metalcore/Djent scene. Almost three years has passed on from then and with that time has come growth as they’ve risen through the ranks, supporting the likes of Chelsea Grin and Veil of Maya.
What musical progress have the band made for their sophomore release, Reclaim (Long Branch Records) and does it live up to their first efforts? Continue reading