Tag: Becoming The Archetype

June 24, 2022

Becoming The Archetype Return!

One of the best underground metal bands of our new century are back with a vengeance. You’ve heard that right, Becoming The Archetype are back with Jason Wisdom on vocals. The band returns with a new song today called “The Lost Colony” off the forthcoming album titled “Children of The Great Extinction”. How great is that title and that art is pure fire! Listen to the song now on all digital networks and pre-order the album right here.… Continued →

December 4, 2021

Wisdom and Wages (Becoming The Archetype, Death Therapy, The Reversalist, Solamors) Drops Prog-Metal Christmas Music That Rules

Wisdom and Wages which is the new project from Jason Wisdom who is quite the musician and prolific songwriter, are releasing new music which includes and instrumental “Christmas” EP. Check out two songs, below. More to come from this project in 2022. Love this progressive metal Christmas music and it’s what we need right now. Can I get a righteous headbang of a yes?… Continued →

December 28, 2020

August 7, 2020

The Reversalist - The Anchor (New Song Out Now)

Jason Wisdom of Becoming The Archetype, Solamors, and Death Therapy has a new band called “The Reversalist“. He dropped a song back in June and is now back with another single titled “The Anchor”. If you enjoyed Jason’s various work in the past, this is going to blow you away. I would drop words like “So Good”, “Awesome”, “Rad”, “Amazing”, but that still doesn’t do this release enough justice. Give “The Anchor” a listen below and pick up wherever you buy fine digital music.… Continued →

March 29, 2020

March 25, 2019

Death Therapy Drops Two Insane New Singles

Death Therapy are gearing up to release their follow up (2nd) full length on Solid State Records titled “Voices” which will drop on April 12th. Check out the insanely good new single “Feels Like Fiction” (feat Garrett Russell of Silent Planet) and the song “My Defiance”, below. These two songs showcase a group on the verge of explosive success through their prog leaning metal whatever-you want-to-call-it, music. This is a definite leap over the previous full length (which is tough to do because it was nearly perfect) and further proof of Jason Wisdom’s (and band-mates) songwriting prowess.… Continued →

November 23, 2017

November 6, 2017

April 17, 2017

10 Heavy Bands You Should Listen To

Well it’s been awhile since I’ve wrote one of these. So I hope you all enjoy and I hope you check these amazing bands out! Go headbang! 10. Every Knee Shall Bow Every Knee Shall Bow is a death metal band that started in 2002, with brothers Drew and DJ Wibblesman, but didn’t get going until 2008, when their two younger brothers came of age: Cole and Shane. Two years later, the band hired their friend Chris Hull and recorded an EP titled Weary Warriors.… Continued →

February 28, 2017

February 27, 2017

February 15, 2017

February 14, 2017

INTERVIEW : Seth Hecox (BTA) interviews Jason Wisdom (Death Therapy)

This is Part 3 of the “Seth Hecox interviews Jason Wisdom” interview series. *Links to Parts 1 and Deux at the end of the interview.   Seth Jason, you’ve done a great job of telling us about your new project and album in the first 2 parts of our interview. Now we begin Part 3, for the wonderful online community at indievisionmusic and I’ve collected a few questions from members of that community and I’ll start off with one of their questions: Scott asks “I would like to know how he got into heavy Christian music.Continued →

January 21, 2017

Death Therapy tease release date

The newly signed Death Therapy has teased the release date for the debut album. Death Therapy started in 2015 as the vision of former Becoming the Archetype vocalist/bassist Jason Wisdom. Wisdom left BTA in 2011 and joined a project with former Aletheian members called Solamors. Since 2013, when Solamors album was released, Wisdom has not done much in the way of music. He re-emerged musically with this project, which is himself and a drummer, named Josh Seagraves.… Continued →

January 19, 2017

Death Therapy Signs to Solid State Records

The Industrial/Groove metal band that is Death Therapy has just signed to Solid State Records and has released a new, or rather a re-done track, titled “The Lie”. Death Therapy is the solo project of Jason Wisdom of Becoming the Archetype and Solamors fame. Wisdom left BTA in 2011 and went on to do Solamors in 2013 with ex-BTA/Aletheian Guitarist Alex Kenis and ex-Aletheian Drummer Travis Turner. Turner now hosts a podcast, on which Wisdom has been a guest on twice.… Continued →

January 16, 2017

Phinehas Drummer Exits the Band

Phinehas, Christian metalcore band from California, has had a successful couple years. Last year they already released a Acoustic EP, titled Fight Through the Night. This year might be a bit rough on the band, though as Drummer Lee Humerian has announced his departure from the band. Humerian, alongside Vocalist Sean McCulloch, have been the main members of the band since 2007. Over the years, they gained Bassist Bryce Kelly (2012) and Becoming the Archetype Guitarist Daniel Gailey (2014), and this became the lineup most knew for the last 3 years.… Continued →

January 4, 2017

Impending Interview with Jason Wisdom (Death Therapy, ex Becoming The Archetype)

Hi, I’m Seth Andrew Hecox and I am conducting a 4+ part interview with Jason Marshall Wisdom right now. Part 3 will post exclusively to IVM and that part of the interview is where you come in. Send me questions, ideas and conundrums that you want to ask Jason. For instance, if you’ve ever wanted to know if he’s farted so strongly that he blew a hole in his boxers, this is the time to find your answer!… Continued →

December 16, 2016

December 13, 2016

December 6, 2016

5 Up and Coming Christian Metal Bands

Today, I’m doing something a little different. These bands are bands that people should know and that are on the rise. Check them out! And here you go! 5. Saints Can Lie Metalcore acts have become very common in the United States. But Saints Can Lie seem to be doing something sort of fresh. The band formed in 2012 with the original lineup of brothers Vocalist Jake and Guitarist/Pianist Hunter Shaw, Guitarist John McDonough and Drummer Bryce Garland.… Continued →

October 17, 2016

September 20, 2014

June 19, 2014

January 31, 2014

January 19, 2014

REVIEW : Solamors - Depravity's Demise

Jason Wisdom and Alex Kinas (formerly) of Becoming the Archetype team up with Travis Turner (Aletheian) to bring a new album that blends the combined member's past work with a hopeful new future. But, can "Depravity's Demise" get out from the shadow of the often similar "Celestial Completion"? Read on to find out.

September 28, 2013

February 18, 2013

Metaphysical Monthday: Martians Matter

Sometimes, as Stephen King said, the most mind-boggling thing is size. Size conquers all. The sheer size of the known universe, for example, crushes the mind when you just consider it. As I think about the mysteries and wonders in creation, usually my mind turns to the insanely vast reaches of space. Recently, scientists discovered a galaxy that is much, much larger than any galaxy was expected to be capable of. The physical limits on the size of a galaxy that scientists previously held were horribly outdone by this newly discovered galaxy.… Continued →

January 28, 2013

Metaphysical Monthday: Month 1

You may have noticed a subtle change in the title of this column. You may have also noticed I haven’t posted a Metaphysical Monday for several weeks. Both of these situations exist because I’m working hard at turning Kafka’s Metamorphosis into a reality. It’s taking longer than it did in the book, but so far, I am successful: my body is slowly turning into a bug. A beetle, actually. Sadly, not a Beatle. Anywho, the point of all this is that I’m planning to write Metaphysical Monthday once every month.… Continued →

November 12, 2012

November 5, 2012

Immersed by Sinai Beach

7 Incredibly Energetic Metal and Hardcore Albums You Need to Hear Before You Die

Energy is something that is extremely hard to gauge on a music album. Energy is the tone and excitement portrayed by the musicians. It’s the passion you hear in the sound. But how does one contain the energy of The Chariot and put that into an album? If you’ve ever seen them live, you know exactly what I’m talking about. Or Emery. They know energy. Ever notice the first track on any of their albums is one of their heaviest or hardest songs?… Continued →