“World War X” is certainly the most concrete album release of the American band in their almost fifteen years of a music career.
The band has created some solid deathcore songs that could distinguish them among the masses, but they have also shown that they might be still in search of a major maturity in their compositions to improve themselves professionally.
The American band has been offering high quality and consistent thrashy but yet melodic metalcore music for the last two decades, most recently with “Incarnate” in 2016.
Had it not been for ProgPower a few years ago, I might never have ever known the band Lord.
if you have ever been a fan of Neal Morse, you will likely love this album. It honestly feels like the most Spocks Beard album he’s recorded since leaving the band…
Even without the name Souza, this would be a band worth giving a shot.
We were briefly teased with a taste of none other than Metallica when KoRn inserted “One” into a small section of the song. You know the part, “Darkness, imprisoning me, all that I see, absolute horror…” right up until the legendary Kirk Hammett solo. So close, we were so close.
Words and Photos by Robert Cavuoto @robertcavuoto Wildman Ted Nugent is famous to most people for his news-making political rhetoric and unbridled candor, but in the Rock & Roll community, he is known as a musical icon and guitar hero! For well over 50 years, Ted has been cranking out legendary love songs […]
Eden; A Skillet Graphic Novel is written of John Cooper, the lead singer the rock band Skillet and Random Shock along with artist Chris Hunt
For the longest time, I used to consider Hammerfall as one of those “singles” bands, where each of their albums would have maybe 2-5 excellent songs I played over and over, while ignoring the rest, but over time I’ve grown to enjoy almost all of their work.