In These Wounds [EP] (2007)
Whatever's Got You Down (2006)
An actuality of today’s rock, metal and music scene in general is how generic the mainstream has become. Day after day, we are flooded with bands that sound almost exactly the same as one another, so much so you might think some record company people found a method of cloning the same four members of a rock group over and over again.
We’ve heard the tunes and now we get to see the videos. I’ve always wanted a Metallica video compilation, and now I have one. This is a great addition to any die-hard Metallica fans and their collections. And a fantastic starting point for any lame-wad that doesn’t know much about these Metal legends!
The Dead Live By Love (2007)
This Ending, a Swedish death metal band, was first heard of in 2005. But little do most people know that this was not the original name of the band. The band had originally started up under the name A Canorous Quintet in 1991. After an EP, and two full length albums, the band dispatched to do their own side projects and…
The Split Program, Vol. II (2005)
I have never been a huge Foo Fighters fan. I honestly felt Dave Grohl was a bit of a hack. I have always felt that the very essence of some rock groups is in their acoustic abilities. It can be easy to go out and play with loud and barely tuned guitars and sound fairly good. It’s another thing to go out and strip your songs down to finely tuned acoustical instruments.
Them VS. You VS. Me (2007)
Even In The Darkest Places (2006)
Death Metal is a genre which hails from Europe, and as many people know, there aren’t really a lot of bands from North America that can match the pure talent of these European groups. Year of Desolation however, is an exception. Straight out of the home of the Indy 500, the band hails from Indianapolis, Indiana and just…
It’s not often that bands come around who can push the both their own musical limits and a genre’s sonic capabilities quite like Hopesfall. All with the same goal in mind, the band has brought influences and concepts from all regions into the music they lay out. Appealing to fans of heavy music with heavier guitars on their new album Magnetic North, they have also continued to keep their melodic tones with trippy guitars and soaring lyrics. Continuing to push the limits of the music scene, Hopesfall is gaining a larger fan base each day giving them the potential to be the next heavyweights of the hardcore and emo worlds.