Tag Archives: metalcore

#albumoftheday REVIEW: DEMORALISER: A LIVING NIGHTMARE

Demoraliser are a metalcore band hailing from Grimsby, a seaport on the Humber Estuary in Lincolnshire, England. They were formed in 2010 and soon began releasing monstrous EPs that earned them heaps of praise, especially in the underground scene. The quality — and brutality — of these EPs, along with their reputation as...
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#albumoftheday REVIEW: CALIBAN: GHOST EMPIRE

“This is it, my apocalypse,” scream-sings Caliban frontman Andreas Dörner during “Wolves and Rats,” just one of the veteran metal band’s killer — and brutal — new songs. It’s hard to believe, but the German metal outfit has been around for over sixteen years now. I kid you not. They were formed in...
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#albumoftheday THE BROWNING: HYPERNOVA

The Browning is a metal/metalcore group that meshes a wide array of electronic elements with pummeling drums, crushing guitars and screaming vocals. They were formed by singer/programmer Jonny McBee in 2005 and he’s the only original member of the group who’s still in it. Which makes sense, in a way, because the vocals...
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