Album Review: INCITE Oppression

Posted by | May 4, 2016

In 2014, the band's release of Up In Hell showed promise consisting of a slight nü metal and hardcore fusion. Two years later, Incite expands on that approach quite well adding a tinge of modern death metal. This subtle shift in the band's sound went from a Hatebreed aesthetic to the wholesome style of say Machine Head or others within the New Wave of American Heavy Metal.

| May 4, 2016

Album Review: ERRA Drift

Posted by | April 18, 2016

I've always viewed metalcore as one of the genres that suffered from pigeonholing the most. But in recent years, many key groups from the -core genres have turned to experimentation and exploration to avoid furthering this pattern. Predictable breakdowns and cringey choruses have shifted to something more progressive and of holding depth.

| April 18, 2016