April 7, 2019
Those hard rockin’ dudes known as Poetic Descent are BACK and with a new song titled “Pariah” (Feat. Joel Holycross). The song is available now wherever you get your digital music. The band has been quickly climbing rock charts all over the country and abroad with their infectious hard rock/alternative sound that can best be described as a cross between Incubus, Deftones, Disciple, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Dead Poetic, Funeral for a Friend, and just all around great sounding rock n’ roll.… Continued →
April 16, 2018
The new rock band Poetic Descent which feature former members of Mayfly and a sound all their own, is back with a brand new track called “Consuming”. Their sound can best be described as a passionate, aggressive take on rock n’ roll that is sure to please long time fans of a fading genre with something fresh and unique.… Continued →
March 30, 2018
A really great new band by the name “Poetic Descent” has just emerged onto the scene. The band features a few former members of Mayfly and their sound will please fans of Finch, Story of the Year, Further Seems Forever, Chevelle, and Incubus. Check out the song “Close Encounter”, below.… Continued →
April 18, 2017
Sad news to report to you today. The quickly rising numetal/rock band Mayfly, have unfortunately called it quits. This was a band on the rise and had so much potential but I guess sometimes good stories have to meet their end. I wish all the guys the best and hope that vocalist/guitarist will continue making music in some capacity because he had a killer voice.… Continued →
March 11, 2014
February 7, 2014
IVM and Voluminous Records partner together to stream Mayfly's upcoming EP "Vereor Deus, Non Dogma". This stream will only stay open for about a week, so be sure to check it out now.
Progressive ("recycled") Nu-metal act Mayfly will release their new EP "Vereor Deus, Non Dogma" next week through Voluminous Records. With a sound that blends the Deftones and Staple with some more modern touches, this is a band that is set to stand out by default in a sea of "more of the same" heavy music.