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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

CD Collection

Reclaiming Elysium - A Decade of Silence

I really want to like this, but the band runs out of ideas after track 2. There’s some really awesome solos here, but the metalcore elements get annoying the further you progress into the album. 113 more words

Album Review

Album of the Day: Avenged Sevenfold's Waking the Fallen

A7X is my favorite band, and Waking the Fallen is definitely one of my favorites from them. <3

Rock Music

Why I Love August Burns Red

One of the metalcore bands in the world,with my favourite albums being The Leveler,Rescue& Re

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Despite them avoiding clean vocals,their sound is awesome.


Gottweist - Future Is in Our Hands (Review)

This is the début album from Canadian Metal band Gottweist.

Gottweist’s music is somewhere between the classic Iron Maiden-influenced Metal style and a more modern one, as played by bands like Killswitch Engage, Bullet for My Valentine, As I Lay Dying, Atreyu and the like. 314 more words


Bury Tomorrow

Website: http://www.burytomorrow.co/
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Bury Tomorrow are a five piece British melodic metalcore band formed in 2006 in Southampton, Hampshire, England. The band is composed of lead vocalist Dani Winter-Bates, rhythm guitarist and singer Jason Cameron, bassist Davyd Winter-Bates, drummer Adam Jackson and lead guitarist Kristan Dawson, who replaced founding guitarist Mehdi Vismara in 2013. 15 more words


Bury Tomorrow release new song "301" with Jamey Jasta of Hatebreed

UK Melodic metalcore band Bury Tomorrow have just released a new song called “301,” and it features Jamey Jasta of the band Hatebreed.  The song will appear on Bury Tomorrow’s upcoming album  15 more words