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Band Of The Week: Fero Lux

Throughout the many genres of heavy music there is one that has always been intriguing to me. It’s one of the silliest names but it makes for very interesting music. 130 more words

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EVERY TIME I DIE Streaming New Track "Glitches"

Every Time I Die have premiered a new track from their highly-anticipated forthcoming album, Low Teens, over at Alternative Press. Titled “Glitches”, the new track showcase the Buffalo outfit in top form as combines metallic hardcore speed and muscle with mathcore angularity. 109 more words


The Sound That Ends Creation - We Are the Burden (Review)

This is the debut album from The Sound That Ends Creation, a one-man grindcore project from the US.

This is grindcore with a strong technical aspect that takes inspiration from many sub-genres in addition to its own, including elements of hardcore, sludge, mathcore, death metal and black metal. 235 more words


Random Start: the_Network - “Innocent vs. State”

I remember trying to get into these guys when they first came out. It’s not bad, but something didn’t quite click. This song is incredibly disjointed with elements of mathcore, pseudo-grind, and breakdowns splatted together with no discernible direction. 36 more words

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NORMA JEAN Streaming New Track "1,000,000 Watts"

Norma Jean have premiered a new track from their upcoming seventh full-length album, Polar Similar, at NPR. Tilted “1,000,000 Watts”, the new track balances dense atmospheres with icy melodies and the band’s penchant for massive, angular metalcore chaos. 28 more words


MEEK IS MURDER Streaming New Track "A Prison, A Life Raft"

Brooklyn’s Meek is Murder have premiered a new track from their upcoming full-length, Was, at Revolver. Titled “A Prison, A Life Raft”, the fiery two-minute tune unleashes onslaughts of rhythmically jarring hardcore riffs that are propelled by furious d-beat. 43 more words


Random Start: Maida - “Teeth Ache Heart Hurts”

Maida usually had more of a Botch influenced punk sound, but they would occasionally sneak tracks like this one onto their records. This is one of my favorite songs by them.

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