Metalcore Mondays: Break Down The Walls
Whenever I hear those words, Break Down The Walls, I typically think of wrestling. Any wrestling fans here? Seriously, though those words can literally be applied to just about anything and anyone.
Friday Night Six Pack: You Were Too Young
Another Friday another week gone by. While the Six Packs we feature are of fun and sick intentions, tonight it's more about paying some respect.
Death is a celebrated theme in metal. Death metal
WLM Reviews: Witherfall - Nocturnes and Requiems
Witherfall concerned me. When I saw the lineup consisted of two former members of White Wizzard, my expectations were pretty low. The inclusion of an essentially unknown bass player did nothing to bol
WLM Reviews: Panikk - Discarded Existence
Sometimes a band who purposely misspells their name is one to not take too seriously (White Wizzard, Ratt, Enuff Z'nuff, Limp Bizkit, et. al.). Of course there are exceptions on the other side (Amorph
Lyrics by Lyric: Parius
What's up, guys! Hope everyone is doing well and jamming out to some new music. Speaking of new music, I've got an interesting artist here for you. Their name is Parius, and they're melodic death
Album Review: Saille - Gnosis
We've all had our share of bands that input too much of this or don't use enough of that. Of course that's all just personal opinion and my opinion of this album is that there is a well-rounded mix
Metalcore Mondays: It's Time To Throwdown
Having been branded "The Future of Metal" at one point in their career, these guys are surprisingly one of the least talked about bands in Metalcore. Are they a mere lingering name waiting to hit th
Album Review: Frozen Sand - Fractals: A Shadow Out Of Lights
Whether it's purely instrumental, a hybrid genre, acapella metal or whatever it is, there's always something new and interesting and sometimes innovative out there. These guys definitely fit some of
WLM Reviews: Striker - Striker
Unbelievably, Canadian maniacs Striker made a quick turn around since their last release, Stand in the Fire, now putting out a self-titled album just 54 weeks later on their own label, Record Breaking
WLM Reviews: Bloodbound - War of Dragons
It's amazing that Sabaton has put out an album so soon after 2016's The Last Stand. Most bands take years between albums.
Oh, this is Bloodbound, not Sabaton? You could have fooled me. Just to be s
Lyrics By Lyric: Wolves Scream
What's up everyone!! Hope you all had a rockin' Valentine's Day and you asked someone special to be your metalhead. ;)
This week, I'm bringing you a Belgium band by the name of Wolves Scream.
Album Review: Empyrean Throne - Chaosborne
The latest manefestation from Empyrean Throne, comes with much awaited evil, violence and darkness. The fact that they are modern and new still leaves much room to make a shocking impact on the indu
Metalcore Mondays: Only Inspired By The Greats
Out of all the metalcore acts, these guys are the only ones to be greatly influenced only by the greats and nothing else. Perhaps that was the catalyst to propel the group to great heights.
WLM Concert Review: Steve 'n' Seagulls at Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City
Is it a put on, a schtick, some kind of gimmick? Are the boys in Steve 'n' Seagulls really a bunch of "hillbillies" from Finland or are they something different?
Had the chance to catch Steve 'n' S
WLM Reviews: Ex Deo - The Immortal Wars
I have to be in a certain mood to listen to particular types of Metal. Lately I just haven't been in the right place to fully appreciate Ex Deo's take on Symphonic Death Metal on The Immortal Wars fro
Friday Night Six Pack - For Fans Of...
As much as we love reviewing the latest albums for you guys, once in a while it's nice just to get to the point amongst various elements of the metal kind. Cutting off the excess this time around an
Lyrics by Lyric: Bungler
What's up, guys! This week, I bring you Bungler, a hardcore band out of Buffalo, NY. On March 3, 2017, they will release their album The Nature of Being New from Innerstrength Records.
WLM Reviews: Power Trip - Nightmare Logic
When I was in Chicago, it seemed like Power Trip rolled through every six months or so. I never did catch them live, and now, after giving Nightmare Logic (Southern Lord) some time on my music schedul
Album Review: Malacoda - Ritualis Aeterna
Heavy metal is notorious for trying to pigeonhole and label every song, album and artist. Rarely ever comes around an artist that defies those perceptions.
Formed in 2014, Malacoda, is a supergr
Metalcore Mondays: Dust and Ashes Paved Way To The Great Fire
There is one timely thing that sets apart these guys from the entire competition. Scratch that...there might be more than one thing that many claim carried them throughout the years.
Ask one fan
WLM Reviews: Overkill - The Grinding Wheel
I don't think there is anything I can say about Overkill that hasn't been said before, by me or pretty much any other fan of Thrash Metal. I'm simply amazed that after all this time, they still sound
WLM Reviews: Mors Principium Est - Embers of a Dying World
The Melodic Death Metal horde known as Mors Principium Est returns with another gem of an album in Embers of a Dying World on AFM Records.
Mors Principium Est grabbed my attention with their previo
Album Review: Seven Kingdoms - Decennium
When you discover an album that totally blows your mind, it's a rather amazing experience. As a religious fan of the European metal scene, I was taken and surprised to hear where these guys are from
Lyrics By Lyric: Sorority Noise
Uncomfortable places where the darkness roams. Emotions. Real. That's what you'll get when you listen to Sorority Noise, who literally write songs about things we're all afraid to talk about. Deat
The Wednesday News Rant - January 22 to 28, 2017
This can't be right... January is still going?
Let's see what happened last week:
Sunday - We have been seeing a lot of former Pantera bassist Rex Brown lately. He is releasing a solo effo
Metalcore Mayhem Tournament: Bleeding Through vs Bullet For My Valentine
It is time to name We Love Metal's favorite metalcore band according to the readers. No gimmicks, no fancy tricks, just 16 bands going head to head till one is left standing. This has been the mos
Song of the Week: Wishes Fallen On Deafened Ears By Sunless
I've had one of those weeks where things are very out of sort. Nothing really makes sense and no matter how hard I try to get ahead, the same shit bogs me down. That in turn translates to the music
Band of the Week: Zombie Motors Wrecking Yard
If you think Australia has some odd names for animals check out what they come up with for band names. Zombie Motors Wrecking Yard is just as weird as the name implies. Talk of post apocalyptic mayh