Tag: melodic death metal

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REVIEW : Cruentis - Alpha and Omega

This 5-song EP contains 3 songs of melodic death metal (tracks 2-4) sandwiched in between 2 longer, unusual songs that genre-wise feature a hybrid of nu metal, doom metal and some classical instrumentation. Stylistically, the middle 3 tracks are similar to bands like Pantokrator, World to Ashes and similar melodeath bands (or In Flames and At the Gates from a mainstream perspective), but there is not a huge emphasis on the lead guitar.… Continued →

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November 2, 2016

Bloodline Severed Releases New Single

Djent/Melodic Death Metal act Bloodline Severed released their first single, “Fire”, off of the long awaited album. The band began in 1998 as Markd, before switching names in 2003 to Bloodline Severed. Though the band has been signed to labels such as Red Cord and Bombworks, they are currently independent. The band worked with former guitarist Derek Corzine (ex-Aletheian, ex-Whisper from Heaven, Blood Thirsty) for the production and recording of the track, and I believe, the whole album.… Continued →

October 18, 2016

Your Chance to Die Sign to Dave Ellefson's EMP, New Album "Ex-Nihilo" Set to Be Released Early 2017, Plans to Tour

Melodic death metallers Your Chance to Die have recently joined Megadeth’s Dave Ellefson’s label, EMP Label Group and EMP Underground. The band has announced plans for the band’s fourth album, Ex-Nihilo and they will try to release the album in early 2017 and plan on touring on this record. Your Chance to Die started in 2007 with couple Missi (Vocals) and Coca Avila (Guitars) and Drummer Daniel Todd.… Continued →

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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.

June 30, 2013

REVIEW : Extol - Self Titled

After eight years of silence, Extol is back and is ready to draw you in with melodic riffs and creative beats. Check out the review to find out if it was worth waiting eight years for this album.