Articles about Metalcore
The Devil Wears Prada – Transit Blues – Album Review
The Devil Wears Prada are back with a new album, ‘Transit Blues’, which fans will definitely enjoy. From the off set, the album is more radio-friendly than previous ones which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. It’ll keep old fans pleased, and will no doubt bring the band a whole cohort of new fans.
Glass Houses ‘Wellspring’ EP
Glass Houses EP ‘Wellspring’ starts off with a voice coming from the distance, guitar coming in slowly followed by heavy drums and lyrics that hold so much passion. The two voices that are heard are unique, yet compliment each other. Truly a perfect fit.
High Rise take on the A-Z Challenge
Since their formation around 18 months ago, High Rise have been rapidly rising (pun intended) in the underground hardcore scene. Having shared the stage with the likes of Press to Meco and Lock & Key and recently releasing debut EP LIFE (Left It For Everything), this is a band to watch out for. We challenged […]
Within the Ruins announce European tour!
US legends of deathcore Within the Ruins have announced that they will be heading out on a European tour across November and December. The run, with support from Fit For An Autopsy, Phineas and The Last Ten Seconds of Life, includes five UK dates towards the end of November.
Feed The Rhino, Counting Days & Koshiro @ Exchange, Bristol
Anthony Hunt took some fantastic shots of Feed The Rhino, Counting Days & Koshiro when they tore apart the stage at the Exchange, Bristol.
High Rise – Left It For Everything (LIFE)
I almost stopped writing this review as soon as I started. The temptation to start a pit in my room is too strong! The opening bars of Hands Untied sets the tone of the album, very heavy with some monster guitars and pounding drum/bass combo. The combination of harsh screams and smooth cleans mix well.
Annisokay think the Devil May Care
German metalcore quintet Annisokay have announced the details for their new album! The record, titled Devil May Care is set for release via Long Branch Records on November 15.
Of Mice And Men – Cold World
The huge problem with Cold World is that basically most of the songs off this album are heavily influenced by other bands which makes some of the songs lack originality and are soul-less. That great style that Of Mice And Men have worked so hard to preserve and have become known for is not present. Many genres and influences have been thrown into the melting pot but overall there is varying success.
Void of Vision are Children of Chrome
Australian metalcore act Void of Vision are set to release debut album, Children of Chrome via new label UNFD on September 30.
ARTIST PLAYLIST: Nicole Mason of Divides!
Artist Playlist is the new feature from AltCorner where members of your favourite band are in control! Each participant is asked to compile a list of bands and/or tracks that they cannot stop listening to right now and create the ultimate playlist!
In this edition we have the immensely talented Nicole Mason of Divides….
The Brave – Dreamless (feat Northlane’s Marcus Bridge!)
The Brave have released the track Dreamless featuring Marcus Bridge of Northlane! The track is taken from the band’s forthcoming album Epoch (released August 5 via UNFD). Speaking of the track, which reflects on a time when frontman Nathan Toussaint suffered from a troubling bout of insomnia, he comments on the track and of Marcus’ inclusion;
Annisokay – Beat It
Annisokay are honouring the late, great Michael Jackson with an EP of covers. Annie Are You Okay? was released on the legendary singers 9th anniversary of his death and is the first record to feature new drummer Nico Vaeen.
Shield Fest II (FVK/More Than Most/Junior + more) @ Hobos, Bridgend
A very emotional night but it showed that FVK are going to go on and have plenty of success in their future ventures. A very good festival overall which organiser Adam Tibbs should give himself a pat on the back for! Now to count down the days until the next Shield Fest!
Devil You Know in first UK headline run!
It’s finally happening, following several cancelled attempts at touring the UK, Devil You Know are finally performing across the UK in January 2017! The tour, fittingly named Third Time’s A Charm Tour, is set to be an intimate affair with small venues. Support for the tour comes from The Westfield Massacre, Wearing Scars and Brutai.