Re-activated Melodic Death-Metallers Light This City embark on a run of US tour dates this week starting tonight in Texas. The band continues to support they excellent comeback release Terminal Bloom (Creator-Destructor Records). The band will also undertake their first-ever European tour this fall. Continue reading
Finally after about ten years, Light This City returned to New York City! With the release of their new album ‘ Terminal Bloom (Creator-Destructor) earlier in the year and a highly successful west coast tour, the east gets the same treatment. I got there just in time to catch Brooklyn’s own hardcore titans, Apparition threw down with an intense set, with Behind the Bullet drummer Tony Ortiz filling in.Continue reading
As the Ghost Cult Albums of the Year 2018 run-down approaches the business end, picking up where Part 1left off, we invite you to peruse the albums that, democratically voted for by the entire crew, make our Top 25 and didn’t just prick up our ears, but smashed their way into our hearts and minds. Read on…
Melodic death metal masters Light This City are set to kick off a new run of tour dates with Gygax tonight in Cleveland. OH. Their recent album, Terminal Bloom (Creator Destructor), is a beast. and a west coast tour.
Bay area melo-death greats Light This City made their comeback complete this year with a new album, Terminal Bloom (Creator Destructor), and a west coast tour. Now they have announced an east coast tour with their buddies in Gygax. All dates on sale below. Continue reading
Light This City– 6-28-2018
Bottom Of The Hill – Brooklyn, NY
by Omar Cordy – OJC Photography
Sometimes you don’t know you miss a band until you remember they’ve been gone. For California’s Light This City, it’s been over eight years since they broke up. Then they put out a new album in Terminal Bloom(Creator- Destructor) and it sounds like they never left. Plus the production is a killer. It sounds clean and gritty at the same time. Zach Ohren has once again produced a melodic thrash and death metal masterpiece.
Bay area melodic death metal stalwarts Light This City have released their long-awaited comeback album, Terminal Bloom. Out now from Creator-Destructor Records, the album features 10 crushing tracks delivering no less than what LTC delivered on their classic album over a decade ago. You can stream the album now on Bandcamp, but also don’t be a cheapass and support this important band. Continue reading