ERRA have shared a new song, “Orchid,” from the Birmingham, AL-based band’s forthcoming album, Drift (April 8, Sumerian Records).
Sumerian Records favourites After The Burial return with their fifth album, an album recorded in the face of horrific tragedy, so expect emotion.
Hands down, Born of Osiris reigns as the cream of the crop in this genre. With their 2015 Sumerian Records release, Soul Sphere, solid job is an extreme understatement.
Enki is a dense, multi-layered disc with Middle Eastern instruments, scales, and rhythms woven into the fabric of nine thrashy, headbanging black metal tunes resulting in a depth that other most acts in the genre lack.
This band is a machine, the most emotional human-like machine imaginable, so basically not a machine at all. The only way I can summarize how I continue to feel about this band is this: Periphery – love that shit!
I feel different now. I might not be able to look my mother in the eyes for a very long time, but it was well worth it. To jugg er naut to jugg?
Periphery is streaming “Alpha” (see below), the title track from the band’s forthcoming release Juggernaut: Alpha, which will be simultaneously released on January 27 with Juggernaut: Omega
Periphery, the DC-based sextet that Revolver Magazine recently said “stand at the vanguard of a new, and thoroughly modern, musical movement,” have premiered the new song “22 Faces” via YouTube.
“The Bad Thing” is aggressive and meant to be heard loud. This second hails from the soon-to-be-released Periphery album Juggernaut, which is actually to separate releases dubbed Juggernaut: Alpha and Juggernaut: Omega.
Periphery premiere “The Scourge,” a new song from the highly anticipated dual album releases, Juggernaut: Alpha and Juggernaut: Omega, via YouTube – stream the song and check out the album cover artwork below.
Guitar virtuoso and devil-do-all Misha Mansoor caused quite a stir with Periphery’s self-titled debut. They’re seen as one of the leaders of the so-called djent genre. Let’s see whether he’s able to maintain his position as one of the leading djent minds with the release of the second Periphery record, simply entitled II.
I See Stars are a band that are barely legal in their hometown of Warren, Michigan, but have two full-length studio albums, a deal with Sumerian Records and a collaboration with Bone Thugs N’ Harmony’s Bizzy Bone under their belt. Pretty impressive, right? I got a chance to talk to lead guitarist Brent Allen and bassist Jeff Valentine about their latest release End Of The World Party and what the band is currently up to.
Episode Summary: Host Alloy Ben has had a very busy work schedule lately, so Alloy Matt has a go at it by himself for a bit. Remember McCary from last week? Well, he joins Alloy Matt for an interview with Born of Osiris. Alloy Matt talks about his experience at Warped Tour this year and the upcoming (for him anyway) All-Stars Tour, which Born of Osiris is a part of.