These past few months have been a very exciting time for us here at We Love Metal. We’ve had the chance to talk to some of the biggest names in metal, we had a chance to see Motley Crue live in Vegas, we’ve been flooded with a torrent of new bands and their music.
Despite the fact Lullacry has put out four albums to date you could be forgiven for not recognizing the name if you’re fairly new to the metal scene. The group consistently put out an album about once every two years from 1999 through 2005 and then went silent.
Dear We Love Metal readers, Metal music is alive and well. We’ve been seeing a great increase in traffic and readership to our site this past month. So far in 2012 the number of people visiting We Love Metal has nearly doubled. (To all you newcomers, welcome!
Did you hear the good news? Fear is dead! That’s right, fear is gone, ka-poot, no more. Yes, we are free from fear! Okay, maybe not, I’m afraid it’s not true. I may have jumped the gun. Fear, the emotion, is still alive and well in the world.
Chances are if you’ve followed my previous reviews you’ll notice there are two things I look for in a metal album: variety and a willingness to think outside the box. I want an album to mix it up, provide a combination of heavy and light, fast and slow.
This Monday in our exclusive stream we are presenting on of our Guest Bloggers band Lords of the Trident. Fang VonWrathenstein has given us his words, now he gives us his music. The title track “Chains on Fire” is found on the RIGHT HAND SIDEBAR.
Step In Fluid (they don’t specify what type of fluid) is an instrumental metal band. Their debut album, One Step Beyond, contains eight tracks of some of the most interesting metal I’ve heard recently. Now you might think, “Interesting, is that like saying the music has a nice personality?