Tag: progressive metal

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REVIEW : The Beckoning - The Desolation of War

Canadian progressive death metallers The Beckoning have been making noise since 2010.  This release combines two earlier demos—Desolate (2014) and War (2012) into one remastered full-length.  Truly progressive, this 4-song clocks in at over 29 minutes, making it either a very long EP, or a full-length with only 4 songs, depending on one’s perspective.… Continued →

December 16, 2017

REVIEW : God - God II: Jesus Christ - The Origin, The Life, Death & Resurrection Of Jesus Christ

This mysterious band has been making music since 2016.  Their website states, “GOD will challenge you to consider your life, death through the power of music.”  While I am in contact with the band members, repeated requests for information regarding the member(s) have been unsuccessful—even to the point of denying my request to know which country the band is from.… Continued →

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June 26, 2014

Three by Numbers

REVIEW : Numbers - Three

Numbers carve out a niche for themselves with Three. The album smashes together technical metal riffs, copious electronic elements, touches of jazz, and strong vocals of both the clean and screamed variety. Read on for the full review.

May 11, 2014

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REVIEW : TERAMAZE - Esoteric Symbolism

TERAMAZE is a powerhouse band of incredible musicians who deliver over and over again throughout the long duration of Esoteric Symbolism, though the album is not quite perfect. Read on for the full review.

April 4, 2014

REVIEW : A Feast For Kings - Hell On Earth

"AFFK certainly is not a retread of UnderOath or other worn sounds. They blaze their own trail. In many ways, they are what August Burns Red recently laid down the gauntlet for bands to be; they are unique, passionate, heavy, and something entirely their own. If Hell on Earth is a taste of things to come, fans will certainly be left craving more."

March 20, 2014

February 7, 2014

REVIEW : Mayfly - Vereor Deus, Non Dogma

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.

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.

June 11, 2013

April 11, 2013

REVIEW : Alive in the Dark - Advent

Union City, NJ progressive metal act Alive in the Dark are back with "Advent." With a sound that blends August Burns Red, Texas in July, and Inhale Exhale, is this album fit to be your next addiction? Read on to find out.

March 24, 2012

REVIEW : The Burial - Lights and Perfections

The Burial have found a great family in Facedown Records and have a bright future ahead of them. With the talent they have acquired already, there is nowhere to go but upwards from here. Make sure to comment!

May 26, 2009