Tech-death royalty Obscura bring along genre-mates Fallujah, Allegaeon and First Fragment for a mind-blowing display of musicianship at London’s O2 Academy Islington.
Delivering on its promise to be the “most extreme tour of the year”, we caught up with the Summer Slaughter Tour in Berkeley, CA on August 10th and watched as Between The Buried And Me, Born of Osiris, Erra, & co. levelled the venue.
Bay Area’s Rings of Saturn hit Club Red in Mesa, AZ March 2nd and were joined by an eclectic mix of metal including Nekrogoblikon, Allegaeon, and Lorna Shore!
Denver’s Allegaeon have released a masterful cover version of Rush’s “Animate” which you can listen to below.
Australia’s progressive metal sextet, Ne Obliviscaris, came through Club Red in Mesa, Arizona along with Colorado’s Allegaeon.
The Metal Blade Records 35th Anniversary Tour swung through Tucson, AZ on March 12, 2017 with an insane line-up including Necromancing the Stone, Allegaeon, Goatwhore and Cattle Decapitation.
Recently, in Richmond, VA, we scored some interview time with guitarist Greg Burgess of Metal Blade Records’ death metal band, Allegaeon, and chatted about the Patreon Subscription service, among other things.
Melodic death metal band Allegaeon is giving fans their first taste of new music with the song “Gray Matter Mechanics – Appassionata Ex Machinea”.
I was turned on to Allegaeon a few years ago and I immediately became a huge fan of their super-technical, melodic death metal assault. I have been looking forward to getting my hands on Elements of the Infinite and was quite excited to sit down and give this one a listen.
As stated on their Facebook profile, Denver/Fort Collins, Colorado-based quintet Allegaeon are a “Modern Melodic Death Metal… NOT METALCORE, DEATHCORE or any other CORE.” That said, it’s exactly true and nothing less or more than what you’ll encounter on the band’s soon-to-be-released Metal Blade Records effort, Elements Of The Infinite. Due out on June 23rd, Allegaeon are in top form with this new release, as easily evidenced by their new single, “1.618.” Recently we got the opportunity to exchange emails with guitarist Mike Stancel who was kind enough to tell us about his Maxon OD808 overdrive pedal and some of the recording behind Elements Of The Infinite.