The set overall has the harmonised, silky smooth feel to it where the keyboards will get as much if not more airtime than the guitarists do. At one point, poor Calle Hammar is asked to turn down his guitar in the monitor so that the keyboards could come forward a bit more. Looking slightly crestfallen he comments “but I was having such a blast…” before getting the sound desk to comply. I suppose that point is the difference between the current batch of Swedish bands out there and Houston
Two of today’s most vicious and thunderous Deathcore bands on the market, in one place. Suicide Silence and Emmure shredded the halls of the Emporium with echos and shrieks enough to scare even the most loyal fan
Most people probably won’t be familiar with the name The Texas Flood…yet. I predict that will change fairly soon and so do Off Yer Rocka Recordings who signed the band to their label after they won a UK-wide competition to find new talent. They’ve wasted no time in releasing the band’s debut album and when it’s this good I don’t blame them because it needs to be heard by as many people as possible.