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Night Riots (band)

On January 19th I was invited to a special EP listening party. It was for a band I had never heard of, Night Riots. My girlfriend and I showed up early to grab a drink at Bardot-School Night. 104 more words

News: What Doesn’t Djent: Sumerian Records sign new artist DRÆMINGS

via It Djents

“Sumerian Records recently signed new project DRÆMINGS. The band describes their genre as, “Dreamy, Dark, Haze Pop with some Shoegaze thrown in for good measure”. 57 more words

Music

Stick To Your Guns - 'Disobedient'

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A band that have been and remain socially conscious to a point of great inspiration, Stick To Your Guns deliver an album which ignites passion equivalent to the kind it took to make it, inciting thought, and greater still, action from beginning to end. 314 more words

Hardcore

Stick To Your Guns - Disobedient

Released: February 10, 2015 – Sumerian Records
Rating: 8 / 10

MELODIC HARDCORE: Stick To Your Guns grind out thrash-driven melodies and fuelling resentment in the brash and rightfully unapologetic Disobedient – a unified anthem of eleven heavy tracks, richly laced with chaotic progression and exhilarating discomfort. 178 more words

Album Reviews

Darkest Hour - Darkest Hour

Dirilis:

5 Agustus 2014 – Sumerian

Rating Xandra:

★★

Setelah lima album di Victory, Darkest Hour dari DC bertandatangan dengan eOne untuk  117 more words

Periphery - Juggernaut: Alpha & Omega

It’s hard to imagine now that Periphery was once the humble bedroom project of Misha Mansoor. In the past five years they’ve cobbled together a stable line up, signed to Sumerian Records, toured the world, and have put themselves at the forefront of modern metal. 677 more words

Album Reviews

EP REVIEW: Night Riots

By: Jessica Henry

Night Riots brought more of their signature style rock with a twist to their new EP Howl. The California-based group drew inspiration from artists INXS, Cormac McCarthy and Mikky Ekko when putting together this EP. 324 more words

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