Author: Brody B

I am a 24 year old front end web developer by day and a youth leader, aspiring skateboarder, bass player extraordinaire, and Subaru fanboy by night.

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August Burns Red Announces Messengers 10 Year Anniversary Tour

August Burns Red will embark on their 10 year anniversary tour for their monumental sophomore album,  “Messengers”. Additionally, ’68, Protest the Hero, and In Hearts Wake will be joining the tour package. Find the dates below. 01/04 – Philadelphia, Pa. – Theater of Living Arts 01/05 – Silver Springs, Md. – The Fillmore Silver Springs 01/06 – New York, N.Y. – Playstation Theatre 01/07 – Worcester, Mass. – The Palladium 01/08 – Montreal, Quebec – Metropolis 01/09 – London, Ontario – London Music Hall 01/11 – Detroit, Mich.… Continued →

July 2, 2015

Handmade Album Cover

REVIEW : The Ongoing Concept - Handmade

The Ongoing Concept have delivered another unique, high energy album. The logical continuation in style after “Saloon”, “Handmade” features a more reigned in style with songs that work in conjunction and don’t feel like a greatest hits album.

June 26, 2015

Stephen Cobbuci

INTERVIEW : Stephen Cobucci of Wolves At The Gate

Recently, I got the chance to chat via email with Stephen Cobucci of the stand-out metalcore act, Wolves at the Gate. We got to talk songwriting, faith, and Thrice – 3 of my favorite topics. Check out the conversation below and don’t forget to pick up WatG’s newest album, “Reprise” wherever digital music is sold. What’s the typical writing process for Wolves at the Gate? Was it the same for “Reprise” as for a full fledged album? Stephen Cobucci: Typically our songs begin when I present a song idea to the band and then it goes through a sort of filtration process by each member in their own way.… Continued →

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Never alone

REVIEW : Emery - You Were Never Alone

While there will always be those people who refuse to move on with Emery and hang on to their more vintage stylings, I believe that “You Were Never Alone” is the most robust and fully rounded album the band have offered to date

May 7, 2015

REVIEW : Abandon Kansas - Alligator

Abandon Kansas are back with their second full length album, 'Alligator' on Bad Christian Music. 'Alligator' offers a sundry cornucopia of lush musicianship and emotions. I think there’s truly something for everyone and every mood on this record.

April 28, 2015

REVIEW : Come and Rest - Blacklist

Come and Rest have crafted a great hardcore record. “Blacklist” has something for nearly everyone, be it in the form of diverse vocal delivery or hellish riffs, this album will be sure to emanate from metalheads speakers for some time to come.

April 5, 2015

February 26, 2015

REVIEW : My Ransomed Soul - Trilateral

This album shows immense growth from the group, along with an unharnessed potential for continued growth. In short, this is the album that won’t let me forget about My Ransomed Soul anytime soon.

December 4, 2014

November 5, 2014

REVIEW : Silent Planet - The Night God Slept

Silent Planet is a band that has been making some serious waves over the last several years. The group has shown extreme potential with their eclectic blend of artistry which merges the beauty and ambiance of mewithoutYou and the thick tone and riffing of Oh, Sleeper.

October 23, 2014

REVIEW : Fit For A King - Slave to Nothing

The band have recently released “Slave to Nothing”, the successor to record breaking “Creation/Destruction”. Can this album gain the band even more popularity, or will it kill all the momentum the band worked their tails off to gain?

October 16, 2014