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This November Daedalean Complex will headline a 2 day mini Ontario tour with support from Banda Santuarium (Brazil) and Sovereign Council. The tour is presented by Arcane Records and will make stops in Toronto and Oshawa. Guesting as Daedalean Complex's backing vocalist is none other then Schoolcraft (Schoolcraft/Cradle Of Filth). See the dates below.
on Nov 04, 2013

7.3 / 10

Following up their 2011 album The Oracle, What Was, Is, and Could Have Been, All Else Fails has returned with their new 5 song EP, Fucktropolis. When the disc starts spinning, world population statistics are thrown at the listener. Soon after we get a big blast of fucking metal. Not only is it this blast loud, but it's the heaviest fucking thing AEF has ever written. It's still their brand of metalcore, with aggressive shouts/thrashing riffs and melodic choruses BUT, they have intensified their song writing - a key factor being drummer Shane Tym delivering hard-hitting beats that just pierce the songs.
on Sep 03, 2013

6.8 / 10

A year after the release of ...Of Exile, Scythia delivered their EP For The Bear.... This extended play once again embodies their neo-classical folk metal with an oboe. What make Schytha's sound "fun" is their use of group vocals. This gives it a "fun for everyone" type of vibe. While quite good, For The Bear only contains a few new songs, plus 3 remixes from their debut album ...Of War. It's a decent effort to tide fans over, but more new material is certainly desired. If you pick up a copy of this EP, shout along till you lose your voice!
on Jul 14, 2013

7.1 / 10

Hailing from Vancouver, Canada, Abriosis has dominated the local death metal scene sharing the stage with established acts such as Hate Eternal, Origin, Abysmal Dawn, Vital Remains, and Jucifer to name a few. Through these shows the band has built a fan base and the support needed to release their powerful EP, Vessel.
on Jul 08, 2013
Hardcore bands seem to always put on the most intense shows, I find. One of these such groups is none other then Solid State Records artists and Greensboro, NC natives, To Speak Of Wolves. This band simply destroys stages and homes with their hectic live performances. To assist with said destruction, guitarist Corey Doran uses a Sovtek Mig 60 Head in his rig. Check out why this head does the trick for his amazing sound!
on Jul 06, 2013

7.4 / 10

Quebec is a province increasingly known for its killer metal bands. Groups such as Blackguard, The Agonist, Derelict, and Endast have risen from this part of French Canada each making a significant name for themselves within our growing loud music scene. Newly-formed metal act BornBroken could now also possibly join the ranks of these such bands affirming once again why Quebec is the place for metal!
on Jul 05, 2013
Dame-Nation V is the fifth independent female fronted hard rock festival that signs bands from all parts of North America. Cradle of Filth’s touring backing vocalist and pianist Schoolcraft will host Reggies Music Joint Stage.
on Apr 08, 2013
This St. Paddy's Day, Schoolcraft will be performing in Toronto, ON with Helen Money (Profound Lore). This will be Schoolcraft's first show in Toronto so make sure you hit the Hard Luck for some drinks and amazing tunes.
on Mar 09, 2013
In the far, far away land of British Columbia, Canada, there once was a group of boys (Ian Casselman, Mike Ayley, Matt Webb, and Josh Ramsay) who came together to create music under the moniker Marianas Trench. Every time they released new music, boys and girls everywhere listened with joy as MT took them on a musical journey. In 2011 Ever After was released and brought with it the highly popular singles "Haven't Had Enough" and "Fallout".
on Mar 05, 2013
Cradle Of Filth has cancelled their North American tour with The Faceless, Decapitated and The Agonist due to U.S. Immigration issues. 2013 live session keyboardist/backing vocals Schoolcraft has this to say about the cancellation: "I understand that the cancellation of the North American tour for Cradle of Filth has raised some questions. I'd like to clear them up by saying yes, I'm still in the band. More dates have been posted and are being announced soon. And I am deeply upset and sorry that this tour can not occur. My heart goes out to the fans and especially the opening acts during this time. xo SC"
on Feb 14, 2013
Every year fans wait for Warped Tour to hit their town for a day of punk, rock, pop, and metal. It is a day for the musical misfits to run wild. No Room For Rockstars is a documentary about the road festival in 2010. Hosting the film is Mitch Lucker (Suicide Silence), Christofer Drew Ingle (Never Shout Never), Mike Posner and Forever Came Calling. The film helps the viewer see the festival from a musician's point of view. We can see the good and the bad aspects of the tour that can either make or break a group.
on Feb 10, 2013

6.8 / 10

Anatomy Of I released their debut album, Substratum, in 2011 containing 10 thrashy death metal songs. The trio (Michael Dorrian, Dirk Verbeuren and Steve Di Giorgio), rip off heavy instrumentals and dirty growls. With their thrash elements, Dirk Verbeuren has been able to hasten the drums giving the songs a deadlier tone as it gets the listeners heart pumping. The only objection I have towards the recordings are the poor quality bass tracks toning down the aggression.
on Feb 08, 2013
With a great response to Rushing Through The Sky, Schoolcraft has decided to record a cover of the smash hit "Change (In The House Of Flies)" from the behemoth Deftones. Take a listen and download the track below.
on Jan 26, 2013
With a great response to 'Rushing Through The Sky', Schoolcraft has decided to record a cover of the smash hit "Change (In The House Of Flies)" from the behemoth Deftones. The track is up for free download on her ReverbNation page. Download it and become a fan!
on Jan 26, 2013

6.9 / 10

British Columbia has offspring-ed a vast amount of great metal bands such as Unleash The Archers, Without Mercy, 3 Inches Of Blood, and of course Titan's Eve. The band recently released their sophomore album Life Apocalypse, following up their 2011 debut The Divine Equal.
on Jan 24, 2013

6.8 / 10

The colour grey is not quite dark like black, nor light like white. The same goes for the band Greys. They're not heavy like hardcore, but are also not soft like alternative. Instead they sit somewhere in the middle, a grey area, with a dirty yet soft sound that affords them an edgy rock vibe. As with the music, the band's vocals also present a duality in that they are shouted, but also sung.
on Jan 19, 2013
During Otep's recent "Destroy To Create Tour", they recorded their debut live album Sounds Like Armageddon. This release offers 11 songs spanning the band's entire career (2001-2012) and includes hits such as "Blood Pigs", "Confrontation", "T.R.I.C.", and many more.
on Jan 19, 2013

7.2 / 10

California's a legendary place for punk rock having birthed bands such as The Offspring, AFI, Guttermouth, and of course The Bombpops; the latter of whom recently released an EP entitled Stole The TV via Red Scare. This band features not one, but two female front women who are conveniently backed by two men. Can we say ABBA of punk rock?
on Jan 12, 2013

7.6 / 10

St. Catharines alternative rockers Aria recently and independently released their full-length album We Are All Prisoners. The offering consists of 10 tracks that are each infused with melody and emotion. While the music may be simple, but as a unit the group have created a solid sound. The predominant focus for Aria is Bianca Dyrland's voice which is both powerful and moody, and delivers an attitude that demands to be taken seriously.
on Jan 12, 2013

7.2 / 10

Back in 2010 I reviewed The Devil Wears Prada's Zombie EP and named it their best album to date… Not long after, they release their new full-length, Dead Throne, and now I have to scratch my previous statement to announce this as their best musical offering yet!
on Jan 11, 2013


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