If you can believe it, April 3rd marks the release of the eighth August Burns Red studio album, Guardians…
Pennsylvania’s twice Grammy-nominated melodic metalcore heroes, August Burns Red have long been a force for positivity and hope within…
West Michigan, melodic metalcore band Amoura just dropped their new single “Back Then” and, to celebrate, bassist Scott Werner offers up his Top 10 favourite WWE Wrestler entrance theme songs.
Quite the visionaries, Pomona, California’s Screams of Syrens have released their new music “House of Mirrors” taken from their latest record Reflections, due in 2019 via Ambiguous Music. The video is the first part of an epic trilogy!
We caught up with independent Pennsylvania metalcore band I Hate Heroes, ahead of American Thanksgiving, to get the lowdown on the TOP 10 things for which they’re thankful!
After a quiet few months, Essex metalcore mob Confessions Of A Traitor are back to show the UK metal scene exactly what they’ve been missing.Read our review of their new EP, Illuminate, here…
Built around a heartbeat of thunderous guitars, Southampton shredders Bury Tomorrow inject pristine, polished melodies and big, crunching breakdowns into the sound on their newest Nuclear Blast effort, Earthbound.
Italian melodic metalcore sextet, Blinding Sunrise, answered some questions about their formation, songwriting, and debut album This World Won’t Listen.
Miss May I and August Burns Red, two of perhaps the most energetic metal bands to emerge in years, played to a sold out crowd at Irving Plaza.
This is it! We’re stoked to be able to share with the world the premiere of Odium’s eagerly-awaited new song “Failure II”. For the uninitiated, Odium is a five-piece melodic metalcore/groove metal band from Walkerton, Ontario that consists of members Joe Mullen (drums), Jake Fortney (bass), Andrew Fullerton (vocals), Bo Louther (guitar), and Marc Dobson (guitar). To date the group has three recordings under their belt (2012’s Burning Bridges To Nowhere, 2009’s At The Bottom and 2006’s Glass Barricade and this new song demonstrates a group who only improve with time. Check out “Failure II” now!