As anticipated as any album in modern heavy metal history, our collective breath held, hoping for something at least as good as Death Magnetic and nowhere near St.Anger, Metallica releases their 10th studio album.
Sometimes, it’s best left in the hands (or mouths) of the source. Below is the Facebook biography from a band unlike any I’ve ever seen. Read that, then listen to what follows. After all of that, if you have the nerve, check out their website and indulge in their music!
Yours truly recently relocated to Salt Lake City for work. It’s beautiful out here and there is actually a decent Metal scene. I saw that Grim Reaper was headed my way so after a quick email to their publicist, I lined up my first concert out here.
I dig fancy beats and riddling lyrical streams, when I’m in the mood. Other times, when the darkness overtakes, the craving turns sinister and anything cute becomes pure bullshit. In moments when the blood boils, death metal has to be stacked cement blocks of punishment, suffocating in a pleasing and sadistic manner.
Hey guys! Lyric here. This week, I’m reviewing Youth In Revolt‘s album, The Broken, which is set to be released on January 20, 2017 through Outerloop Records. Youth In Revolt is a five-piece post-hardcore/rock band who hails its influences from bands such as Sleeping With Sirens and Of Mice and Men.