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Inanimate Existence August/September 2018 Interview

Not only have I  recently seen one of my favorite prog/tech bands and also featured them in July as the website’s featured band/artist, but I also got to INTERVIEW the band! The fanboy in me got some questions answered by Cameron Porras, the band’s guitarist & vocalist. Dig in and enjoy […]

Samuli Federley- Lifestream

Instrumental Prog guitarist Samuli Federley released “Lifestream” July 20th through Inverse Records.  I am so glad I checked this out.  Anyone that is into melodic, experimental guitarists that don’t overdo it and create great soundscapes (IE Graham Young).  Federley also seems to have a flair for the dramatic and […]

Promethean- The Nameless Colour

Symphonic Blackened Death Metal extraordinaires Promethean released a new single yesterday “The Nameless Colour”.  The French lads are working on a follow up to their 2017 debut EP “Aloades” and released this banger of a track.  I personally love the melodic blackened/black metal movement.  It’s so out of […]

Evilon- Leviathan

    Melodic Death Metal/Folk Swedes Evilon are releasing “Leviathan” at the end of September on the 28th.  It’s full of melody and emotional singing (growled and sung, as expected). They would be a great candidate to tour with Enslaved, Opeth, Amon Amarth, and even Ihshan. Leviathan track […]

Xaemora- Pandemonium’s Ocean

Melodic Black Metal corpsepainters Xaemoria released this album Pandemonium’s Ocean a year ago, give or take last fall.  I was told they are working on a follow up to this beast for next year, so keep your ears open and eyes peeled schmucks. As my mission statement says, […]

Metavoid- Heliosophist

Progressive Death Metallers Metavoid are releasing their second EP “Heliosophist” on October 19th.  Their first EP ” Parasymmetry” was released in 2014.  Their Meshuggah influenced prog attack drew me in initially…..Ruben is an energetic vocalist that bellows over their unusual and inconsistent music.  There is some beautiful dissonance […]

Descent- Towers of Grandiosity

  Austrailian grinders Descent are releasing their debut album this Friday August 31st through Redefining Darkness Records.  It’s very enegertic, raw and straight to the point.  The band brings lots of punk and hardcore elements to the table as well.  There are lots of great bands coming out […]