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Touring: The Rodeo Idiot Engine and Oblivionized

A double-dose of heaviness is currently wreaking havoc across the UK. The Rodeo Idiot Engine and Scumscene favourites Oblivionized are currently touring and you’d be a fool to miss them. 55 more words

Metal

Review: Irk's Bread and Honey

Irk are a rather interesting prospect. The band take the off kilter, palm-muted chaos of djent and mix it with progressive metal in a similar vein to Deftones and earthtone9 and it makes for a sound that is wonderfully unique. 493 more words

Review

See: Department of Correction announce US tour, new video

Paris Grind/Mathcore band Department of Correction have just announced an extensive tour of the US next month, taking in 21 dates as far and wide as Brooklyn, Austin and Miami, alongside home favourites Budd Dwyer. 133 more words

Music

Lazer/Wulf - "The Beast of Left and Right" - ALBUM REVIEW

Lazer/Wulf “The Beast of Left and Right”

I tend to be of the belief that progressive rock and progressive metal are both exercises in pretentiousness. Bands like Tool, Rush, and especially Dream Theater rarely interest me with their multi-suite epic time-signature defying tracks about astral projection or whatever. 583 more words

Reviews

Destrage's Are You Kidding Me? No. Reviewed

This album missed my radar, but a reader pointed me to it. It is maybe the most reviewed album I’ve reviewed all year.

Let’s take the first track, because it already contains so many elements that I’m not even sure how to classify it. 612 more words

The Dillinger Escape Plan - Ire Works (LP)

The Dillinger Escape Plan is the pioneering group of an uncommon genre – mathcore. Mathcore combines the elements of math rock (uncommin time signatures, crazy rhythm sections) amd hardcore (lots of energy, screamed vocals). 293 more words

Music

On Death Row: One of Us is the Killer

This is a series of posts where we review our favorite albums of all time.

First of is the fifth and most recent album by… 850 more words

Album Review