Metalcore/Thrashcore/Grindcore

Album Review: Numbers – Three

April 4, 2014
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Album Review: Numbers – Three

If you’re going to choose a new modern metalcore band to listen to out of the handful full of bands forming by the second, make it be Seattle’s Numbers.

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WLM Reviews – Rainwill: Zeroed By Progress

April 1, 2014
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WLM Reviews – Rainwill: Zeroed By Progress

A country that is not known for having a mass selection of metal, a group from Russia are daring to try and make a name for themself. The band I was introduced to by another record label goes by the name of Rainwill. The quintet thrashs, grinds, and gives us so many tunes to headbang to.

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2014 Revolver Golden Gods Nominees Announced

March 3, 2014
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2014 Revolver Golden Gods Nominees Announced

The Nominess for this year’s 2014 Revolver Golden Gods Awards, have been announced. The Golden God Awards, is the only awards show of it’s kind to be dedicated to solely Heavy Metal and Hard Rock music, as well as being broadcasted live on television.

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WLM Interviews: Matt of Killwhitneydead

February 13, 2014
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WLM Interviews: Matt of Killwhitneydead

Earlier in the week I had a chance to talk with killwhitneydead’s lead singer/mastermind Matt Rudzinski, and ask a few questions about the bands first album since 2007, Suffer my Wrath.

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WLM reviews: Circles by Illusionist

January 30, 2014
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WLM reviews: Circles by Illusionist

The whole ‘Core scene is something I find people my age love, but I haven’t been able to get into much of it. To me, most of it both sounds the same, and lacks lyrical depth. A big statement from someone who listens to 90′s death metal, I know.

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WLM Reviews: Oh, Sleeper – Children of Fire

January 3, 2014
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Oh, Sleeper - Children of Fire

Christian metalcore heavyweights Oh, Sleeper reached the pinnacle of their career with their 2011 album, Children of Fire from Solid State Records. Picking up where Son of the Morning left off, Children of Fire exhibits greater levels of musicianship, lyricism and storytelling than its predecessor.

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Album Review: After the Burial – Wolves Within

December 27, 2013
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Album Review: After the Burial – Wolves Within

In the midst of bands signed to Sumerian Records chugging like it’s the end of the world over top of freaky synths and the deepest growls you’ve heard is After the Burial.

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New Track from I Killed The Prom Queen

December 19, 2013
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New Track from I Killed The Prom Queen

We had a massive response from the news of legendary metalcore outfit “I Killed the Prom Queen” getting back together and releasing new material. That blog on the back of our younger readers was certainly one of the strongest of the month.

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WLM Reviews: In This Moment – Blood

December 6, 2013
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WLM Reviews: In This Moment – Blood

Today’s review by yours truly, is an artist much more closer to home. A 5-piece band by the name of In This Moment, from New York, have traversed multiple life altering events, from changing band members, new life, death, and relationships to deliver us their latest creation.

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GREY SKIES FALLEN

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