A well blended concoction of hardcore and metal with a southern fried influence are sure to get Once Nothing a little more notoriety with their debut album.
Mosh friendly breakdowns, melodic hooks, catchy choruses and more combine seamlessly on one hell of a debut album from Florida's Ekotren.
With their debut album for Blind Prophecy Records, Pain Principle’s Waiting for the Flies eviscerates the listener with the destruction of a hand grenade. Citing […]
Major line-up changes, such as replacing your lead singer, will invariably affect the band’s sound no matter how that band tries to convince us […]
It appears as though Canada has been slipping something into their public water systems the past few years. The latest result of this tampering is […]
Have you ever come across one of those bands that seems to not only defy classification, but also take pride in the fact that they […]
Belay My Last’s debut album The Downfall includes over 50 minutes of some of the most uncompromising and bruising metal this year has seen. Drawing […]
Colors, the latest release from Between the Buried and Me (BTBAM), is an album that transcends genres blending elements from nearly every musical style […]
Raging Speedhorn play a pretty raging hybrid of metal and hardcore. Combining memorable riffs and leads with a dual vocal attack, the band has created […]
Formed in 2003 and hailing from Sweden, MEMFIS’ brand of metal is unlike many of the legendary bands to come from their home country. Mixing […]