Heavy is an album that you can lean on, rock with, relate to, and emote through.
The Fire Itself is such pure metalcore, done so breathtakingly immaculately... the guitars are as intricate as Phinehas has ever written, and the breakdowns (and there are plenty) are some of their most complex.
Music provides opportunities for impossible dreams to become reality. Enter Memphis May Fire frontman Matty Mullins, as his band announced a tour with Breaking Benjamin and Papa Roach.
The 10-song, 45 minute journey that is Pale Home leads listeners to their deepest and often darkest inner places, where peace and hope can be found in the void.
All in all, The Path is a solid entry for a band that has perfected their sound and nailed down their songwriting. When the narrative of tearing down what puts us in positions of desperation (whether it’s destructive thoughts or inconsistent behaviors), holding on to the bonds we make, and fighting to find commonality and connection with others is considered, this is one of Fit For a King's more positive outings.
"No Return" is a vicious song that refuses to water down the stories that far too many people are living out today.
Musically, Guardians is nothing less than what we've come to expect from this hard rock band from Lancaster, Pennsylvania: impressive guitars, tight drums and bass, mixed time signatures, and unclean vocals screaming the truth about love and hope.
RED has just announced that they're moving the release of their album Declaration up from April 10 to April 3.
Asuza is known for fusing hardcore guitars and vocals, but also blending melodic and ethereal vocals. The result is eclectic and unexpected.
Project 86 has released a video teasing "the final chapter." The video doesn't contain much information aside from a date: March 23, 2020.