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It’s an exciting time for Ohio’s Miss May I right now. Reuniting with long-time collaborator Joey Sturgis (producer of the band’s first two albums, as well as The Devil Wears Prada, Asking Alexandra and others), the metalcore outfit emerged from the studio earlier this August with their fifth full length LP, Deathless.   A non-stop barrage of demonic vocals, wrathful, breakneck guitars and machine gun drums, the album is equal   Read More ...

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There comes a time in the career of any long-tenured band when an inevitable crossroads no longer lingers on the horizon like some watery mirage on a desert, but confronts them head on in all its demanding, unavoidable glory.   Head one route, and you’ll find a road well-travelled by journeymen musicians, all riding into their twilight years on the back of past successes, casually playing it safe in a   Read More ...

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The Insurrectionists’ new single “He Who Cried, ‘Whore!’” dances and burns like a witch at the stake. The Pawley, NY alt-rockers are led by Casey K, who played all but the bass on the track, and mans the creative helm of the Insurrectionists. “He Who Cried, ‘Whore!’” blends propulsive punk drums, grisly Americana chords, and a groove-obsessed bass line to create a fun/frightening backdrop for singer Casey K’s swaggering declarations   Read More ...

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Spring has well and truly sprung, ladies and gentlemen. With it, comes a renewed sense of hope, of vitality, of things beginning anew, crawling out of the darkness, grabbing life by the balls and boldly marching forward into the light.   Or at least, it should.   If looking out the window doesn’t exactly inspire any of that stuff, then the appropriately-titled Revive from Brighton-based Come The Spring certainly will.   Read More ...

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Injection EP by HeartlayThey say you only get one chance to make a first impression, but with new EP Injection, Heartlay certainly take no chances. From the moment an eastern-tinged guitar begins weaving it way through whiplash samples reminiscent of fellow Frenchmen Pleymo, this five-track powerhouse swoops into life, making a bold introductory statement that’s impossible to ignore.   Hypnotic from the first, See You Under’s prowling bass grows increasingly   Read More ...

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Passage Of Gaia by Arctic Sleep If the test of any truly good album lies in how much it demands to be played on repeat, then Milwaukee-based doom merchants Arctic Sleep are onto something pretty special with their latest offering, Passage of Gaia.   Spread out over eight epic, sprawling tracks of somber atmospherics, crunching guitars and heart-stomping rhythms, the band’s sixth studio release is a beautifully brutal tour-de-force that   Read More ...

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