August Burns Red – ‘Phantom Anthem’ (Album Review)

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August Burns Red are more than just a metalcore band. For most of the past twenty years, the music industry has been stagnating – and since Killswitch Engage dropped The End Of Heartache about thirteen years ago, plenty of bands have stuck rigidly to the same old same old formula. Why stick your neck out when Read more…

Posted on 29 September 2017

Periphery / The Contortionist / Destrage (Live Review – The O2 Forum, London, May 20 2017)

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The first time I saw Periphery play live, they were headlining the Face Bar in Reading as part of the League Of Extraordinary Djentlemen tour way back in 2011. The capacity of the room also graced that evening by fellow prog-metal heavyweights TesseracT and Monuments?

300.

Fast-forward just over half a decade, teleport to the O2 Forum in Kentish Town, and you have a prime example of just what can be accomplished if you stick to your guns and keep on innovating. This was not just a show – it was a victory party, with some 2,300 fans in attendance Read more…

Posted on 21 May 2017

Devil Sold His Soul / Bad Sign / FOES (Live Review – Tufnell Park Dome, London, April 29 2017)

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A good gig should be a break from reality. The world beyond the walls of the music venue in question should temporarily cease to exist. You should be made to forget any problem that’s rumbling away outside of those walls, without even realising that said forgetting has happened Read more…

Posted on 30 April 2017

Devil Sold His Soul (Interview)

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Devil Sold His Soul have long been once of the most exciting metalcore-based bands in the UK. I got chatting to DSHS guitarist Rick Chapple about his band’s latest plans…

You’re three dates into a four-date UK tour. Can you tell us what it’s all about?

We’re celebrating the tenth anniversary of our first full-length album, A Fragile Hope.

The initial idea was to re-release it on vinyl, which the guys over at Basick [Records] were really happy to do. From that, the next logical step was to Read more…

Posted on 28 April 2017

All That Remains – ‘Madness’ (Album Review)

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All That Remains have really stuck their necks out here.

My strongest music-related belief is that bands and artists should be allowed to play whatever the hell they like. Without the concept of creative freedom, music’s history would be very dull indeed. We’d probably still be banging rocks with sticks, or humming along to bone flute quartets, and there would be no rock ‘n’ roll, no Read more…

Posted on 16 April 2017

While She Sleeps – ‘You Are We’ (Album Review)

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We live in a divided world. Conflict is common, and even the smallest things can spark it off. Unity and respect are relatively rare.

With their new album You Are We, While She Sleeps are working to balance things out. Funded by fans via PledgeMusic, You Are We sees While She Sleeps push further in the experimental groove metal direction established on 2015’s Brainwashed. Metalcore remains at the core of While She Sleeps’ sound, but You Are We was recorded in a self-built Sheffield studio – and the resulting sense of newfound independence and freedom permeates every Read more…

Posted on 12 April 2017

Falling In Reverse – ‘Coming Home’ (Album Review)

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Falling In Reverse have always been a divisive but diverse band. Everything they release leads to a massive debate about which parts are good, and which parts are bad. Even after five or six years, a general consensus has not been reached.

Having already experimented with emo, metalcore, hip-hop, and electronica, Falling In Reverse continue to expand their comfort zone on Coming Home. The opening title track is a bar-setting start, bringing in parts of 30 Seconds To Mars, Muse, and Angels And Airwaves. Driven by dirty, heavy synths and absolutely going for it, it is Read more…

Posted on 05 April 2017

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