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While the Deafheaven comparison can be justified, Further Still emerges more like a crusty punk rocker hell bent on grinding it out like latter day Brutal Truth sporting ball hugging jeans made mostly out of patches of the super stars of Scandinavian d-beat.
Halcyon Way will hardly ever been heralded as iconoclastic saviours of prog/power majesty, but there has been enough individuation established here to warrant a forward push onto a wider world. This is a band trying to make a difference.
Thou's three newest EPs flesh the various aspects that encompass their impending full-length album.
When former Witch Mountain vocalist, Uta Plotkin announced her departure from the band back in 2014, the belief was that the Portland veterans were in for a long hiatus. They apparently forgot about the horseshoes wedged in their collective arse cracks.
We Talk To The Anonymous Person That's Calling Out Artists Plagiarizing Others In Heavy Metal Artwork
Sad But True – Plagiarism in Heavy Metal Art has quickly become one of my regular stops while browsing around…
The elements which brought Wolvhammer to where they are today remain. A broader scope and sense of adventure has opened up new possibilities.
Recently, a New York Times’ tech reporter wrote a piece about spending a couple of months deliberately ignoring the digital news,…
There’s something grander and expansive happening here. But how much opportunity and potential has been quashed by the band's isolationist stance?
“Hearing is for life, wear fucking earplugs at shows”
Sweet Death and Ecstasy offers a healthy demonstration of Midnight's penchant for writing rebar rigid heavy metal that salutes the rocking past while simultaneously adding undeniably catchy and memorable songs to heavy metal’s pantheon.
The ten tracks on offer span the width and breathe of the Godflesh oeuvre, sounding as rhythmically calculating and drill-press noisy as early works on the one hand while coming across as more nuanced on the other with bouts of formless amorphousness weaved into various sections.