Tag: metalcore

Blessthefall

Blessthefall

Event Reviews

Spring was in the air as hundreds of complicated teens, and Christopher Long flocked to Orlando’s famed Plaza Live, giddy to guzzle the grindcore gospel of blessthefall.

Since By Man

Music Reviews

A Love Hate Relationship (Revelation). Review by Addam Donnelly.

Converge

Music Reviews

You Fail Me (Epitaph). Review by Daniel Mitchell.

Premonitions Of War

Interviews

Daniel Mitchell discusses fashion tips, including corpse paint and viking helmets, with Brad Wharton from metalcore stalwarts Premonitions of War.

Bring You To Your Knees

Music Reviews

guns n roses,gnr,tribute,cover,metalcore,metal,heavy metal,Various Artists,Bring You To Your Knees: A Tribute To Guns N’ Roses,Law of Intertia,Nick Plante

Medic

Music Reviews

Greetings and Amputations (McCarthyism). Review by Daniel Mitchell.

Medic

Music Reviews

metalcore,hardcore,death,Medic,Greetings and Amputations,McCarthyism,Daniel Mitchell

Killswitch Engage

Music Reviews

metal,metalcore,Killswitch Engage,The End of Heartache,Roadrunner Records,Daniel Mitchell

Hatebreed

Music Reviews

The Rise of Brutality (Universal). Review by Daniel Mitchell.

Snapcase

Music Reviews

Bright Flashes (Victory). Review by Daniel Mitchell.

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Features

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