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.
Had it not been for ProgPower a few years ago, I might never have ever known the band Lord.
There is plenty here to be encouraged by and this is exactly what you want from a rock record…
I was expecting Canada’s The Lazys (actually they’re Australian, but based in Canada now) to be akin to that, but after a few more spins I think I’d like to spread the good word about them.
Wolfmother are a different kettle of fish entirely delivering a set of rollicking songs that take the stoner framework, throw in the raw, vintage sound of rock
The Australia quartet, Strange Karma, have just released their kick ass sophomore CD called Cold Blooded
If this is your first time hearing of Be’lakor, then you’re welcome. They’re an absolutely brilliant heavy band that’s able to add new layers and sounds to an already diverse genre.
The Pop/Rock sensation from Down Under is back: Dion Bayman came out of nowhere in 2013 with his album “Smoke & Mirrors”, which surprised and impressed me very much back then, so it was easy for Dion to end up in my top list of the best albums last year. Just one year later Mr. Bayman reaches for the stars again with his new record “Afterburn” on September 23rd.
My immediate favorites were “A Beautiful Mistake” and “Embrace the Limitless”, the former featuring beautiful guest vocals from singer Zemyna Kuliukas, and the keys adding zest to the latter, without watering it down in the slightest. There is a distinct blend of darkness and light across all of the tracks
Perhaps the most notable aspect of this album is the atmosphere. The keyboards are very high in the mix, and there’s a constant a feeling of hopelessness and sorrow throughout the album