I am a big fan of a band that is focused and ready to do what it takes to make a name for themselves. Neberu’s info talks about finding their identity early on and working to establish themselves in a very crowded field.
Hardcore. Softcore. No matter what you like, Common Courtesy by A Day To Remember is definitely the album for you. With songs like I’m Already Gone, which can also be found acoustically online, and Sometimes You’re the Hammer, Sometimes You’re the Nail, you’re definitely going to find at least one song on this album...
The routine has grown a bit stale. You’ve been hitting the weights for a few months now, and the gains have come to life. That favorite concert t-shirt that too many cheeseburgers and beers have rendered a life in the back of the closet is moving oh so close to rotation once again.
If this is the future of Metalcore you can finally load me up on the Metalcore Train. Hailing from Germany, Any Given Day has the look, sound, and chops to hit the America’s and show the “rich boy” genre how it should be done.
For someone who is very picky with the American metal scene, one group has risen up in my eyes and brought forth a refreshing injection into a genre that has needed it for a very long time. After having heard the debut album from Poison Headache, the metal beast within knew that it wanted more.
Forevermore is a metalcore band. However, they are far from a typical or stereotypical metalcore band. There is a lot going on in the minds of these five young men. Words such as “beige mode” and “spiritual dynamics” litter the press information.
I have done an about face on Pierce The Veil. When talk of the new album Misadventures came out I went as far as telling their publicist they “just weren’t my thing.” I did this of course before giving them the mandatory listens every artist deserves before forming an opinion.
You crazy bastards are always asking for more metalcore, so here you go! For the “Band of the Week” we are featuring Hollow Bones. This high energy act has managed to feature something on their self released album “Lionheart” that metalcore has lacked of late for me… emotion. Real lyrics with real meaning.