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WLM Featured Fridays

April 13, 2018

This week’s Featured talent are totally brand new to the forefront. Though it’s satisfying to see new songs from already established acts, personally, giving exposure to new talent helps reassure the future of metal little by little. While I’m not saying these acts may or may not be inducted into some hall of fame one day, the matter of the fact is that it gives peace of mind that younger generations continue to follow in the footsteps of the metal stars that came before them. A little known fact, iHeartMedia, a music company owns a vast majority of radio stations out there which is why it’s hard for artists, especially metal artists, to be noticed and even “make it” in this industry. But that’s a whole other can of worm’s there. Hungry artists have to eat, as the saying goes around here, not worms though.

Out of Kentucky, melodic metallers Society’s Plague bring an uplifting dose of metal with their triumphant lyrical content that will give you that edge to rise above the obstacles in your way in this life. As a fan of lyrics that also address the issues of our world, I couldn’t help but be drawn in to the pure metal antics of Jaded HeartTheir groovy single may or may not resonate with you.

Normally, the world of post-hardcore and some metalcore turns me off but most is the key word here for out of Malmo, Sweden, metallers Mountain Mover bring a track about feeling worthy to be loved in a modern way. But leveraging things to a harder trend, Hardcore quintet, Me Against Allincite moshing tendencies with a similar lyrical notion to that of the former talent aforementioned. But if you want the heaviest dose of metal this week has to offer, This Isn’t Overquite literally, bring breakdowns, bass drops, djenty moments, growls and more in Deconstruction.

“No matter how pissy a day you may or may not be having, METAL makes it better” – Stay Metal \m/

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