For the band Guardian, their album Buzz is excellent evidence of their ability to adapt to the musical transitions that were happening around them.
There’s a new metal core band arriving on the scene-- and you are not going to want to miss them. Love Lay Silent is made up of three brothers: singer/screamer Isaac “Ike” Naselli, guitarist Asa “Hyde” Naselli, and drummer Ethan Naselli.
Love Letter Kill Shot is musically and thematically heavy, it's inventive while still being absolutely in keeping with Disciple's identity, and it offers a new kind of lifeline to listeners. These songs shy away from easy answers, choosing instead to simply walk beside the listener into the grave itself-- and out the other side.
Eclipse is an album not for the faint of heart as it dives deep on spiritual themes presented with polished, hard and heavy headbangers with a few beautiful ballads mixed in to cut the tension.
Random Hero navigates these tracks musically as one tight unit, each song hitting every mark it aims for. Lyrically, there's an honesty that has always been a Random Hero hallmark. If you're trying to learn how to live in the tension, to find peace, to hold onto hope-- Tension reassures you that you're not alone, and you've got songs to walk with you until you reach the other side.
Relentless Flood has brought a beautiful blend of hard rock and real lyrics to the table in their third full length album, Escape the Fall.
Silent Planet has released a b-side from When the End Began titled "Shark Week." Like all of Silent Planet's art, the track doesn't shy away from heavy themes.
Though you’re likely listening to Tool’s albums on repeat in preparation for the upcoming release, I thought I’d compile a short list of songs by other artists—many of which were recording music at the same time as Tool—that may have taken some flair and influence from the incomparable prog group.
When a group succeeds in their endeavors to be unique while creating a high quality and engaging product, it is most definitely worth shining a light on. Divine Martyr is an Indianapolis-based heavy metal band formed in 2016 featuring tandem vocalists Natalie Lefevra and Luke Mellinger, Jason Hyde on guitar, Woody Hughes on bass and Mark McKowen on drums.
What does it take to win a battle? Beyond tactics or strategies, you need a good battle cry. With Skillet’s new album Victorious, the battle with depression, doubt, and regret has found its rallying anthem.