Palisades Returns to Their Roots

By: Tyler Petty Palisades barely lets us breathe after a killer 4th album. The New Jersey based post-hardcore band is fresh off their self-titled release, Palisades, which was released in early 2017 and proved to be an incredible album from cover to cover. So far in 2018, they have already teased us with two great singles off their upcoming album Erase the Pain. The first single, “War”, … Continue reading Palisades Returns to Their Roots

Of Mice & Men are back at it again with Defy

After losing their lead singer, not many expected Of Mice & Men to return but they came back strongly with their album Defy. Released on January 19, this was their first album after their former lead singer, Austin Carlile, left the band at the end of 2016. Since then, their bassist, Aaron Pauley, has taken over both the screams and the clean vocals. He shows … Continue reading Of Mice & Men are back at it again with Defy

The Bad Wolves are howling with their first album, Disobey

They’ve all been in the music scene for a while but, vocalist Tommy Vext (Divine Heresy), guitarists Doc Coyle (God Forbid) and Chris Cain (Bury Your Dead), bassist Kyle Konkiel (VIMIC), and drummer John Boecklin (Devildriver) are together for the first time in the metal band Bad Wolves. They released their first album, Disobey, earlier this year on May 11, 2018. Bad Wolves gave the … Continue reading The Bad Wolves are howling with their first album, Disobey

High on Fire Strikes Back With New Album Electric Messiah

By: Hayden Gross On October 9th, 2018, sludge metal band High on Fire released their 8th studio album titled Electric Messiah, their first album since releasing Luminiferous in 2015. It wasn’t long after the album release that Electric Messiah made its way into the U.S Billboard 200 and reached its peak at #127, making it High on Fire’s fifth studio album to break the top 200 … Continue reading High on Fire Strikes Back With New Album Electric Messiah

New Sound, Same Band: Bring Me The Horizon is Back

August 21, 2018: that is the date Bring Me The Horizon (BMTH) finally broke silence with new music after almost three years, following the release of the hit album That’s the Spirit. First, we can talk about That’s the Spirit. This album was full of bangers and, in my personal opinion, you could listen to the album cover to cover without having to skip a … Continue reading New Sound, Same Band: Bring Me The Horizon is Back

Review: Greta Van Fleet’s Anthem of the Peaceful Army

If you haven’t heard of them already, the rock band Greta Van Fleet has recently started to make their presence known in the music industry, and it won’t be much longer until they’re a part of your daily rock rotation. Greta Van Fleet has successfully resurrected the classic 70’s blues/rock sound that seemed to have been done away with long ago. Lead singer Josh Kiszka … Continue reading Review: Greta Van Fleet’s Anthem of the Peaceful Army

Varials’ Pain Again revives modern metalcore. Here’s why:

There is one word and one word only to describe a live-showing of metalcore band Varials: unsparing. The Philadelphia, PA five-piece just wrapped up the Private Room Tour, in which they supported metal acts Counterparts and Being As An Ocean. The majority of their set stemmed from Pain Again, the debut studio album that brings it, in every sense of the phrase. Hard riffs, brutal breakdowns, … Continue reading Varials’ Pain Again revives modern metalcore. Here’s why: