CD review BURY TOMORROW ‘Cannibal’

The basic mood on 'Cannibal' is certainly in strong contrast to the current summertime. It's not light and color which are the main focus and spirit. Darkness and uncompromising emotional honesty is what makes this longplayer to an emotional contrast to what the eye sees these days. If you've got enough sun and want to spend some time on (self-) reflection, you've found your soundtrack with 'Cannibal'.

CD review OBEY THE BRAVE ‘Balance’

(8/10) Canadian metalcore powerhouse Obey The Brave has their homebase in Montreal, Quebec and that's where they started their metal journey back in 2011. Since then the quintet released three full-length longplayers with 'Balance' being number four. The new album features nine songs and with a running time of 29 minutes, meaning the album isn't... Continue Reading →

ARRIVAL OF AUTMN in spring

Canadian metal upstarts Arrival Of Autumn, will release their second full-length album and Nuclear Blast debut on March 29. 'Harbinger' was produced and mixed by Jason Suecof (Devildriver, The Black Dahlia Murder, All That Remains, Trivium) and mastered by Alan Douches (Darkest Hour, Everytime I Die, Suicide Silence). Check out the first single 'The Endless': "'Harbinger' is a warning for all of us to pay attention to what's going on in the world and improve what we can... Continue Reading →

CD review KADINJA ‘Super 90”

(7/10) Paris, the city of love, is the homebase of a band that calls themselves Kadinja. The guys started in 2013 and debut in 2017 with an album called 'Ascendancy'. After having inked a deal with Arsing Empire the guys do have a new album right in the starting blocks. 'Super 90'' is the name... Continue Reading →

CD review ANNISOKAY ‘Arms’

(8/10) The rise of German melodic metalcore outfit Annisokay is a really impressive one. Things began in 2007 in Halle, Germany and since then the band seems to be an unstoppable force in German metal. The band that had to face some line-up changes in the early years, evolved with each album unveiled. It took... Continue Reading →

CD review BURY TOMORROW ‘Black Flame’

(8/10) British metalcore-ians of Bury Tomorrow launched their latest studio output 'Earthbound' in 2016. Two years later album number five will step out of the darkness into the light. The 'Black Flame' starts burning mid July, featuring ten new songs of the metalcore quintet and will be the debut for Bury Tomorrow's new label Music... Continue Reading →

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