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Review: Midwayer - 'Never Together'

It’s Ruth here, coming back on the radar with another review!

On my own, I must say that I have been exploring grunge more lately, which is a change of pace for me, in addition to some hardcore. 923 more words

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New Band of the Week: Harbour Sharks

Kingston rockers Harbour Sharks have mastered the art of blending big heavy metalcore with moments of deliciously catchy melody. This ability has, inevitably, led to comparisons to certain bands and, as a massive fan of the beasts that are Beartooth, it was music to my ears to be introduced to them as ‘for fans of Beartooth.’ 820 more words

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A melodic metalcore song, composed for a 3D shooter - got it?

Saviour of Rudra is a metalcore song I composed for a 3D retro shooter called “Zeal“. The chief developer of the game – Henrik Wollmann – came to me one day and asked me to write the story for his videogame. 149 more words

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MOS List: 5 Bands Jordan Says You Need In Your Life Right Now

Obey The Brave, Photo by Charlie Baron
Article by Jordan Nielson

If you’re like me you’re always looking for the the newest group or even the newest single from a favorite band. 600 more words

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Audio interview: Our Hollow, Our Home

Driven by big riffs and even bigger melodies, Our Hollow, Our Home is one of the brightest metal acts in the south of England. Starring a dual vocal attack from frontmen Tobias Young and Connor Hallisey, the five-piece is easily one of the most exciting and engaging up-and-coming metalcore acts in the entire country, if not the world. 107 more words

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Album review: Our Hollow, Our Home – Hartsick

Genre: Metalcore

Release date: 3rd March 2017

Record label: (Self-released)

The metalcore sub-genre is rock n’ roll’s marmite. One of the newest movements in heavy music, its arrival in the mid-2000s caused a divide between metalheads that hadn’t been witnessed since the bygone and controversial nu metal days. 329 more words

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And Hell Followed With - Proprioception (2010)

One of my personal favorite deathcore gems. While this was only their second album before calling it a day the following year, they managed to make one of the most entertaining entries in its league. 168 more words

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