Tag: Deathcore

Best of 2021 – Chris C: It’s Been A Year

This has been a strange year in music. Blood Incantation announced their hour-long, ambient Century Media debut. Andi Deris proved the best bobbing head on the new and remarkable Helloween hydra. Melodic black metal not

Missing Pieces: The Best Of What We Missed In 2021 So Far, Volume 3

This is Part 3 of our 2021 Missing Pieces series, in which we offer praise to some great stuff we missed during the initial press cycles. Have a gander at Part 1 and Part 2

Deep In Hate – Chronicles Of Oblivion Review

Originally written by Chris Redar Sumerian’s latest offering to the Summer Slaughter T… Wait, what? They’re not? And they aren’t? Well, there goes the only two reasons for this to exist. France’s Deep in Hate play the

Cryptopsy – Cryptopsy Review

Originally written by Matt Longo When I began work as Metal Director at WRUV in 2005, I was reintroducing myself to the genre I fell in love with, and had much ground to cover. Another

Rose Funeral – Gates of Punishment Review

Originally written by Jordan Campbell In 2012, deathcore is basically dead. For some, this is cause for celebration. Those that bristled at scenester poseurs occupying the opening slots of every other death metal gig can

As You Drown – Rat King Review

originally written by Chris McDonald Another band attempting to cross-pollinate deathcore and modern tech death, As You Drown pulls off this union a lot more smoothly than many bands I’ve heard. Rat King takes the

All Shall Perish – This Is Where It Ends Review

All Shall Perish‘s fourth full-length, This Is Where It Ends, contains about as much excitement as those minute-long YouTube videos in which narcissistic Wal-Mart goers place themselves in front of a camera and begin jiggling

Ion Dissonance – Cursed Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas So after the divisive Minus the Herd that saw Canada’s Ion Dissonance forsake their oppressively heavy, chaotic strains of Breathing is Irrelevant and Solace in favor of a more controlled (though