Reviews

Album Review: Gone By Tomorrow – Blank Future Ep

England has a myriad of commodities they ship throughout the world. Some exports this wonderous island brings you are precious stones, tobacco, pharmaceutical goods, vehicles, and some of the most uny...[Read More]

Album Review: Parkway Drive – Ire

Parkway Drive is a band that has never been afraid to think outside of the box. This has been one of the many reasons they’ve risen to be one of the most recognizable and noteworthy bands in the...[Read More]

Album Review: Vices To Veils – Progression EP

The metalcore/post-hardcore genre is chock full of new bands vying for their music to be heard. I have to admit that the genre itself has become a bit over-saturated with bands that seem to rely on th...[Read More]

Album Review: Atreyu – Long Live

nos·tal·gia näˈstaljə,nəˈstaljə/ noun noun: nostalgia; plural noun: nostalgias a sentimental longing or wistful affection for the past, typically for a period or place with happy personal associations...[Read More]

Album Review: Reflections – The Color Clear

The much hyped album The Color Clear by Minnesota metalcore band, Reflections, is finally upon us. Their previous release Exi(s)t  was your typical metalcore album filled with downtuned guitars and an...[Read More]

Album Review: XXI – Inside Out

  Could you please “Say It Again“? Because I’m not done listening to this incredible album. All of these infectious grooves have me right at the edge of my seat, that I’m ...[Read More]

Album Review: Crossfaith – Xeno

Japan natives come out swinging with their 3rd full length album Xeno. Crossfaith is yet another band that fuses the metalcore sound with electronics and synthesizer. This time around Crossfaith went ...[Read More]

Album Review: Blessthefall – To Those Left Behind

Blessthefall is back at it again, this time with their 5th full length album To Those Left Behind. Blessthefall isn’t reinventing the wheel with this most recent release but that doesn’t m...[Read More]

Album Review: From Under The Willow — Ungrateful • Misguided

Catchy, hard ­hitting and adrenaline pumping are just a few ways to describe the latest release by From Under The Willow. The sophomore release, titled — Ungrateful • Misguided — is an alb...[Read More]

Album Review: Relief In Sleep — Funeral Review

Relief In Sleep…I must admit that’s close to what I was thinking during the intro track on Funeral, albeit the title, “Memorial”, is represented well by the dreary, desolate em...[Read More]

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