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Sylosis' Josh Middleton Joins Architects Full Time

Josh Middleton of Sylosis has announced that he has joined Architects as a permanent member. You can check out what Josh posted on his Instagram account regarding this announcement below. 139 more words

Josh Middleton (Sylosis) Becomes A Full-Time Member Of Architects

Guitarist Josh Middleton has officially become a full-time member of Architects. His role in the band will not affect his role in Sylosis.

I have now joined @architects as a full-time member.

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JOSH MIDDLETON IS NOW OFFICIALLY IN ARCHITECTS

Just like I thought, Josh Middleton is now in Architects and it’s not bad news for Sylosis!

Unveiling their brand new video “Doomsday” just yesterday, Josh was spotted in the video and it made me question whether or not he was officially in the band. 95 more words

Blog

Eclipse playlist

Everyone knows that unless you’ve got those special glasses you don’t want to stare directly at the eclipse today. But what are we supposed to listen to as we all put on these goofy glasses and gawk at the sun? 106 more words

Playlists

REVIEW - Sylosis Discography

New type of post here looking at all of Sylosis’ releases from 2006 to now so this may be a long one. Since their initial EPs, the Reading based death-trash metal band having changed their sound significantly over 5 more albums as well as touring with some of the biggest bands in their respective genres such as Lamb of God and In Flames to name a couple. 611 more words

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Harbinger - Human Dust (Review)

Harbinger are a UK metal band and this is their latest EP.

Contemporary and highly aggressive, this is music that’s been sharpened to a killing point. 160 more words

Metal

Unleash Them: Nuclear Oath Unleashes Latest Album Entitled "Toxic Playground"! Check out Album Stream here!

NUCLEAR OATH┬áis a five-member groovy, heavy, sludgy, intense, and interactive metal wrecking crew from Medicine Hat, Alberta. Influenced by such bands as Pantera, Slipknot, Sylosis, Lamb of God, and Avenged Sevenfold, their new album… 484 more words