I’ve been championing the new double album from the djentlemen in Periphery because I truly dig the new music. This band has grown a lot in a short period of time and I think Juggernaut is the best work of their career. The band released both albums yesterday and also released a pretty rad music video for their track “Alpha.” The video features the band playing with virtual reality. It’s pretty cool. Check it out. Continue reading
I told you a few day ago that Periphery were streaming the first disc of their new double album Juggernaut. Well, the band is back today to stream the second disc from said album. Juggernaut: Omega is just as strong as Alpha and it’s also as catchy and well-done. You can check out a full stream of Omega below. If you liked Alpha, you’ll dig this as well. Continue reading
Holy shit. Circa Survive released an album last year? I had no idea. I haven’t listened to this band in a long time, but I really liked their first few albums. I guess I’m going to have to go back and check out Descensus soon, as the band has released a music video for their track “Child Of The Desert.” It’s a really cool song and a cool video as well. Check out the video below. Continue reading
As you should know by now, Periphery will be releasing their new albums Juggernaut: Alpha and Juggernaut: Omega next week and the band is currently streaming part one of the double album. Juggernaut: Alpha has been unleashed upon the world and it can be heard now after the jump. Check out the full album below. It’s rad. Seriously rad. Continue reading
We all know that From First To Last have made an epic comeback and that they have added Spencer Sotelo (Periphery) to their ranks. We also know that they sound great without Skrillex. Well, now we know that FFTL have signed to Sumerian Records who will release the bands new record. To go along with the announcement, the band has unloaded a rad new track titled “Dead Trees” which can be heard after the jump. Enjoy. Continue reading
Duuuudes. This new Periphery double album Juggernaut is epic. It is definitely the bands magnum opus and I have loved everything I’ve heard thus far. I keep using the term “mature” in reference to this record, but this is literally the only way I can think to describe it. Don’t understand what I mean? How about you check out the bands latest track “Alpha,” which comes off of the appropriately titled Juggernaut: Alpha. Stream it below. Get blown away. Continue reading
Hello, Aftermathtards! How was everyone’s holiday? Lane and I are back and in full effect on this fine day and I thought I would kick it off with a rad new Periphery track. This song is titled “Graveless” and it will stomp a hypothetical mud hole in your arse. Seriously, everything I am hearing off of Periphery‘s forthcoming double album Juggernaut: Alpha and Juggernaut: Omega. These dudes have seriously made a name for themselves in the last few years and that name is “Rad.” Check out “Graveless” below. CRANK. Continue reading
Stick To Your Guns will be releasing their new album next February and the band has stepped into promotion of the album very early. The band has release a music video for a new single titled “Nobody,”* which I really dig. I’ve always liked this band and I think the vibe they currently have going for them is pretty rad. If the rest of the album sounds anything like “Nobody,” I’m in for the long haul. You can check out the video for the track after the jump. It’s pretty cool.
Metalcore heroes Darkest Hour have had their ups and downs with the tracks they have released off of their Sumerian Records debut Darkest Hour and now that the band has released the full album online for all to stream, I am digging a lot of it. There are a handful of tracks that I’m not into, but there is also a good amount of tracks that remind me of older Darkest Hour, so I have something to take away from the album. You can check out a full stream after the jump and see for yourself. Continue reading
Darkest Hour aren’t wasting any time promoting their new, self-titled album, and Sumerian debut. The band has released numerous tracks and I honestly have no idea where the fuck these guys are going any more. I have yet to hear a track that sounds like one of the others, so I don’t know how this will flow as an album. I guess I’ll just wait and see when the album drops in August. Until then, check out the bands latest track “The Misery We Make” after the jump. Continue reading
Lane and I discussed Darkest Hour‘s previous track that they premiered and we were both pretty “meh” about it, but the band has unleashed a track titled “Rapture In Exile” that totally destroys. This definitely sounds like the Darkest Hour that I love and I can’t wait to hear more. You can stream the new track after the jump as well as see the songs official video, which was filmed professionally at Mayhem Fest. Continue reading
To get it out of the way, I have never listened to Betraying The Martyrs. They are one of many bands on Sumerian Records that I have never checked out because I didn’t figure they would entice me. BUT, I do have a six-year-old daughter so of course I know the anthem from Disney’s Frozen: “Let It Go.” Well, it appears that Betraying The Martyrs have covered said anthem for their new album Phantoms. Well, I think I’ll just let the video speak for itself. Continue reading
†††, aka Crosses are a strange band that has been praised on this site for a good while now. The project released their debut LP earlier this year and have since released a few music videos, the latest of which is for the track “Telepathy.” I really like the track and this video is… Well, it’s fucking weird. I’m sure to Chino, this means something very deep, but much like System Of A Down lyrics, it is almost unintelligible to me. Regardless, check out the video after the jump. Continue reading
Born Of Osiris have released their cover of Florence + The Machine‘s “Seven Devils,” which you can hear after the jump. I really enjoy this cover. BoO made it their own and it really works. After the jump, you can check it out, as well as covers from the likes of Upon A Burning Body and Fever Dreamer. Continue reading
Remember when I told you about that Florence + The Machine covers album that Sumerian Records is putting out? Well, a few more tracks have been released from the album, but only one that I really care about. Darkest Hour has unleashed their cover of “Spectrum” and it’s pretty fantastic. Alongside Darkest Hour, Ben Bruce from Asking Alexandria and Miss Fortune have released their covers for Sumerian Ceremonials: Florence + The Sphinx – A Tribute To Florence + The Machine.
Check out the covers after the jump, but if you only want to listen to Darkest Hour, I understand. Continue reading