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Review: The Contortionist - Language

Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
Genre: Progressive Metal with deathcore elements
Released: September 16, 2014
Format Reviewed: FLAC
Feature: National Uprising – Recent Releases

By: Kris Kotlarik… 308 more words

The Contortionist - Language (Review)

The Contortionist – Language

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Sorry for the delay folks, but I wanted to fully absorb this one before writing down my thoughts on it. 1,220 more words


Short Review: The Contortionist- Language

Returning with their latest opus Language, The Contortionist features new vocalist Michael Lessard (vocalist of Last Chance to Reason) who replaced Jonathon Carpenter. The band returned to the studio at the start of this year, losing no time to record new music and foster Michael’s role within the band- as well as adapt the band to Michael. 247 more words


Top 10 Tuesdays! (Week of 9/9/14)

Every Tuesday we give you a list of the Top 10 Songs were jamming here at The Music Mayday. From Indie Rock, to Pink Floyd, to Death Metal and Dr. 85 more words


RnRR Podcast 34 (Feat. The Contortionist & Steak)

RnRR Podcast 34 (Feat. The Contortionist & Steak)

Dave & Duncan host a fortnightly podcast dedicated to chatting about the biggest releases in the world of Punk, Rock, Metal & Movies. 66 more words


The Only Album of 2014 with an Intro Track That's Worthwhile - The Contortionist "Language" review

Progressive metal is rabidly becoming as overcrowded a genre d as nu metal and metalcore were before it, except it lacks the entertainingly naff fashion choices of both of those movements.But overcrowding can always be justified by the artists that make those genre’s so exciting that everyone wants to join in in the first place. 396 more words