Connecticut metal band Currents have debuted the video for their latest single “Forever Marked” from the band’s highly anticipated new EP, I Let The Devil In.
Miss May I turned the dancefloor at Mama Roux’s into “relentless chaos”. Check out our review and photos from this four band metalcore extraveganza here…
Two tracks into Currents and it’s already clear that In Vain have matched their previous album, and prior strongest effort, 2013’s Ænigma.
Technical metal band Currents have dropped their new video for “Delusion” and also confirmed a tour with We Came As Romans, starting the last day of February.
Presented by: SLP Concerts and GameLoud Dates: Friday, May 20th – Sunday, May 22nd Location: Schaghticoke Fairgrounds…
We are stoked to present to you the world premiere of “White Black,” the new song by Codas, the solo project of Sleep Lady guitarist Mario Quintero.
Houston’s Christian hardcore outfit Currents has released their new single, “Looking Forward”, from their BridgeWay Entertainment debut album entitled Spirit And Truth. The single can be heard below and will be available on the debut album which is set to be released November 13th.
Houston’s Christian hardcore outfit Currents is pleased to announce their BridgeWay Entertainment debut album, entitled Spirit And Truth, will be released November 13th. BridgeWay Entertainment is the development division of Red Cord Records that is committed to raising up young, aspiring, Spirit Filled artists. Spirit And Truth will be the follow-up to January’s self-released EP The King, which is available for free via HERE and Bandcamp.
Vocalist Joe Sherman of the band Currents spoke with me about their new self-titled EP. This disc is a multi-layered, multi-dimensional CD that is a very enjoyable listen. The musicianship is top-notch and the songs are fresh, innovative and highly creative; they’re at times powerful and at others convey an almost ethereal mood. The aspect of this disc that I found the most interesting; however, is that while there are different layers at work in songs, nothing feels unnatural or haphazardly thrown in. The album as a whole works well, inviting the listener to sit back, contemplate and draw their own meaning from the work. Here’s what Sherman had to say.