Heavy and aggressive, this is modern deathcore with some metalcore and djent influences thrown in for good measure. Continue reading
Combining raging intensity with heartfelt emotion, this is modern metalcore played with passion and skill. Continue reading
Here we have 22 minutes of intense grinding mayhem. It’s feral and violent, but not without a dangerous intelligence. Continue reading
Now this is the stuff for those days when you just can’t seem to get going and you need a huge kick up the arse to get you moving. Seeker are the steel-toe capped boot. Continue reading
Rope and Knife are up first, and offer us two tracks with a total playing time of just under eight minutes. Continue reading
Featuring members and ex-members of bands such as Faith No More and Slayer, there’s immediately a certain level of expectation with this, and it certainly doesn’t disappoint. Continue reading
Here we have 61 minutes of progressive metal/hardcore, the likes of which you rarely encounter among the faceless hordes of most nearly-interchangeable bands. Continue reading
If you’re familiar with the majority of Ginger’s past work, (his solo material and The Wildhearts being the obvious ones that most would probably know), then the latest album from this particular project might surprise you with its content. It’s not pretty, but it is pretty stunning.
With a jaw-dropping mix of extremity and catchiness, and a bucketful of emotional content to match, Mutation have put something quite special together for their latest album – III: Dark Black. All I can say is please, for the love of everything heavy, nasty, and extreme, go and listen to it.
Get ready to unleash the demons… Continue reading