It can be very easy once you've been a band for a while to basically phone it in, play some 7/10 tracks and just do the bare minimum to please your base audience and keep the ticket sales flowing. After The Burial have not done this. Their new album 'Evergreen' is an absolute must listen for anyone who likes their metal technically accomplished.
Deathcore brutalists Enterprise Earth grace us with a third album 'Luciferous', full of apocalyptic anthems.
Within just two years of forming, Manchester quartet Parting Gift have inked a deal with Fearless Records and racked up a very diverse set of strong support slots. Does their new EP 'Ensom' justify the investment and attention?
The Royal are a metalcore band from the Netherlands who, on their third full length album, are looking to break through in their busy scene. Have they been able to rise above the crowds with 'Deathwatch'?