Album Reviews

The Agonist – Orphans Review

The complexity of sound and the thunderous vocals will impress every fan of evolution, originality and music diversity. “Orphans” is an excellent album, which shows the unique talent of the musicians of the Canadian band into the innovative composition and precise execution of songs which undoubtedly will never let the listener get tired of.

Album Reviews

As I Lay Dying – Shaped By Fire Review

This is the band’s attempt to rise from the ashes after the latest release “Awakened” and it’s pretty clear from the titles and the lyrics of the new songs that the search for forgiveness and redemption is the main concept of their new record.

Album Reviews

Killswitch Engage – Atonement Review

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.


Interview with Rody Walker (Lead Vocals) (Protest The Hero)

We certainly wouldn’t go back to a record label. We’ve become very comfortable as an independent unit, but I don’t know if we’d go back to Indiegogo because I think it would be disappointing if we were to do it again and it wasn’t so successful. I really don’t want to set myself up for such disappointment. I think we’ll just figure out a way to fund it ourselves, and there is a bunch of different options. At the end of the day it’s kinda tweedle-dum or tweedle-dee.

Album Reviews

Emil Bulls – Sacrifice To Venus Review

Metalcore is not a style I’m necessarily big on. Nor am I a fan of the current radio style of rock and metal. There are aspects I definitely like, for instance the metal part of it can be quite good. I also appreciate the more melodic tendencies of the genre