Tag: Metalcore

The Dillinger Escape Plan – One Of Us Is The Killer Review

Originally written by Rae Amitay One Of Us Is The Killer is a commendable continuation of the experimentation from Irony is a Dead Scene turned into a full-length, an improvement upon Option Paralysis, and rife

Converge – All We Love We Leave Behind Review

One of the drawbacks of being a venerated institution in extreme music is that you can never just quite write a damn album and leave it at that, y’know? Find some riffs hanging around, kick

Between The Buried And Me – The Parallax II: Future Sequence Review

We all have certain bands that we enjoy, sometimes even love, with certain conditions. I have long been like this with Between the Buried and Me, understanding their shortcomings but enjoying them because of the

Trivium – In Waves Review

originally written by Jim Brandon As much disdain as he might bring upon himself from the metal elite, and for all the hype which has always overshadowed his finished musical endeavors, Matt Heafy is not

Between The Buried and Me – The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues Review

Instead of rehashing the history of Between the Buried and Me for the 10,294th time, I’ll begin this review with a simple explanation of my particular views on the band, so that those wishing to argue

Becoming The Archetype – Celestial Completion Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas If you were to put me on the spot and tell me to name one single Christian metal band that most typically angry non-Christian metalheads would tolerate, it would have

An Interview With Massive Slavery

Originally written by Sasha Horn. “No slouches.” Straight from the keystrokes of fellow staffer, Erik Thomas, when he not so long ago took on the task of reviewing Massive Slavery’s latest offering, Global Enslavement. This, above all

Waking The Cadaver – Beyond Cops. Beyond God Review

originally written by Chris McDonald Waking The Cadaver made quite an entrance with their infamous 2007 debut, Perverse Recollections of a Necromangler, a standard modern-day deathcore album rife with tongue-in-cheek brutality but sorely lacking in