red fang only ghosts

Album Review: RED FANG Only Ghosts

Posted by | October 14, 2016

I was maybe a freshman in high school listening to an online radio station called Garage Monkey and a song called "Prehistoric Dog" came on. It was like nothing I'd ever heard before with the grungy, raw attitude of Melvins, sludgy sound of Mastodon, and all sitting upon a catchy foundation.

| October 14, 2016

Album Review: BINARY CODE Moonsblood

Posted by | June 24, 2016

The integration between progressive and deathcore/death metal has been fusing for the past few years and it seems the latest emerging bands are finding a happy medium between the two genres. While not fully containing the elements of both styles, groups such as Between the Buried and Me, The Faceless, or Job for a Cowboy are all established acts that have either hinted or embraced traits of these almost opposing subgenres in recent releases. As influences inevitably trickle down, many new bands have taken the path forged by these aforementioned acts and found a solid synthesis.

| June 24, 2016