Tag: Maylene and the Sons of Disaster
September 26, 2017
This week has been the week for re-releases. Three bands have released some of their previous albums with some re-mastered work. First off, we have The Tug Fork River Band. The band formed in 2006, but broke up back in 2013. The band recently re-released their debut EP, The Dirty Dirty, due to a recent request.… Continued →
September 15, 2017
Check out this review of Fleshkiller's debut album, "Awaken"
January 7, 2017
Read this interview with Dave Blackmore of the Symphonic Death Metal band, Death Requisite
December 18, 2016
Dallas Taylor the current vocalist for Maylene & The Sons of Disaster and former Underoath vocalist, has offered an update on his tragic accident a few months ago. He has certainly had a long road to recovery and is still on that path. His survival is a total miracle of God and the man appears to be quite optimistic about his trauma.… Continued →
December 1, 2016
Here’s another one of those lists I’ve been working on. Primarily, the reoccurring genre this time ’round are in the ‘core genre. Hope you enjoy! 5. A Thousand Times Repent Deathcore, as of late, has been extremely popular, especially with the last 4-5 years. If you want some good Christian deathcore, go listen to A Thousand Times Repent, as well as the Christian deathcore comps on Bandcamp.… Continued →
October 17, 2016
Death Requisite, the Extreme Hybrid Metal band from Sarasota, Florida, is due to release their sophomore album, Revisitation, through Rottweiler Records. Rottweiler Records is a record label that was founded by Shawn Browning a.k.a. Wretched Graverobber as a method to release Grave Robber and his solo music. Death Requisite formed in 1999 in Sarasota, Florida.… Continued →
January 25, 2012
Check out the brand new music video from Maylene and the Sons of Disaster for their song “Open Your Eyes”, below.… Continued →
November 1, 2011
Late review for Maylene and The Sons of Disaster. Check out their latest album "IV" released by Ferret Recordings
June 24, 2009
Southern rock, metal, bluegrass, strings, banjos, frogs, crickets... the third album from Maylene and the Sons of Disaster has it all! Do we really need anything else? Read on to see how it all came together in III.
February 21, 2009
A great debut with tons of energy, for fans of Every Time I Die, Maylene and the Sons of Disaster, or August Burns Red.