Washington, D.C. metalcore/screamo quartet, Wristmeetrazor continue to support their debut full-length, Misery Never Forgets, which dropped on January 18th,…
If you’re guilty of a “Capital Offense” then you’ve come to the right place! Find redemption with the premiere of the latest music video from Minneapolis progressive metal band The Motion Mosaic.
Medford, Oregon’s masters of partycore, Steaksauce Mustache have confirmed a spring U.S. tour supporting Okilly Dokilly.
In the last few years, equal representation has become a common talking point in music. One of the bands making a racket about it are London’s Ithaca, fronted by the powerhouse Djamila Azzouz, who sat down to discuss The Language of Injury (out now on Holy Roar and Deathwish) and their scene.
Instrumental prog-mathcore crew Masiro are back with a new EP on the horizon and, ahead of the release, Mike from the band sat down with us to discuss his favourite record shops.
Several weeks after the release of EVE via Tragic Hero Records, we got a hold of Toronto progressive metallers The Afterimage and slot them as May’s “190 Proof” artist of the month!
Sikth stormed through Manchester on December 2nd, along with Devil Sold His Soul and Press To MECO, who all cranked it up at Academy 3!
Unsigned Wheeling, WV-based metalcore/mathcore fivesome, False Accusations, share an exclusive track-by-track of their four-song EP, I Know You Must Ache!
Night Verses has premiered another new song – “Panic and Pull Your Heart Out” – from their forthcoming sophomore full-length Into The Vanishing Light.
Night Verses has premiered another new song, “Drift”, from their forthcoming sophomore full-length Into The Vanishing Light.
Night Verses are streaming the debut single “A Dialogue In Cataplexy” from their sophomore full-length, Into The Vanishing Light, due out on July 8th, 2016 via Graphic Nature Records.
Into mathcore and/or aggressive post-hardcore? If yes, you MUST check out Broward County, Florida quartet FERO LUX. In this exclusive, frontman David Paul shares with us his Top 10 favourite songs with unusual time signatures.
Devil You Know has debuted the vicious new track “Stay of Execution,” which is also the first look into their highly anticipated sophomore recording effort They Bleed Red.
Francesco Artusato is quite the accomplished shredder known for his work in All Shall Perish, The Francesco Artusato Project, and now, the Howard Jones-fronted metal band, Devil You Know. Together with John Sankey (drums), Ryan Wombacher (bass), and Roy Lev-Ari (guitar), the fast-growing group is set to release their debut offering, The Beauty of Destruction, in North America on April 29th via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. In an effort to learn more about the powerful sound behind this debut, we sent some gear-related questions to Artusato. Here’s what he had to say.