EP REVIEW: A Sure Disaster, by SeeYouSpaceCowboy & If I Die First – Worlds Literally Collide in a Chaotic Emo Masterpiece

SeeYouSpaceCowboy are a hardcore/metalcore band coming out of San Diego, California. They`ve quickly become a staple in the community, having played in the ever-growing LDB Fest, and soon playing the anticipated return of Furnace Fest. Their members range all corners of the scene, in bands such as Wristmeetrazor and Buriedbutstillbreathing. Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Bloom, by Cold Hvnds – A Love Letter to Mid-2000s-2010s Post-Hardcore

Cold Hvnds’ influences are laid bare – walking on the same stones cast by alt-rock and pop-punk forefathers of a bygone era, while also marching out of step by pulling from the Rise Records run of post-hardcore styles, culminating to an honest and passionate effort in their debut album, Bloom. The Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: God’s Hate, by God’s Hate – Sophomore Slump Takes a Spin Kick to the Jaw

God’s Hate have made an absolutely legendary name for themselves in the hardcore scene, combining members of Twitching Tongues and Constrict, then throwing in pro-wrestler Brody King to top it off, they took the genre by storm with two blistering releases, Divine Injustice EP and the album Mass Murder, back Continue Reading

Demon Hunter debuts stripped down versions of old classics on “Songs of Death and Resurrection”

American metal group Demon Hunter is set to release “Songs of Death and Resurrection” on March 5th. The album comprises of one new song and 11 reimagined versions of previously released songs from across the entire discography. The band indeed showed how talented and versatile they can be on this Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Architects’ newest release “For Those That Wish to Exist” is heavy, energetic, new and old all at once

An architect is a creator, artist, revolutionary–a champion of new ideas being breathed into existence. Apologies, I meant Architects, the UK-based metalcore group. Over their previous eight studio albums, the band has made a name for itself through intricate messages, powerful melodies, and inspirational lyrics. While the last album Holy Continue Reading

Taylor Swift’s “evermore” feels effortlessly refined, showcases growth as an artist

For most artists, releasing new music during a pandemic would be next to impossible, and terribly daunting. For Taylor Swift, it appears a breeze, as she has now released not one, but two quarantine albums this year.  Swift’s ninth album, evermore, was announced in the early hours of Thursday, December Continue Reading