Refuse To Shine marks the first release from Mr. Mountain since their line-up change in 2014, and this exciting new track displays a remarkable difference and a maturity to their song…
Welcome to my Songs Of The Week, where I share my favourite 5 tracks that I’ve been listening to this week! During a stressful week, I’ve been listening to some of my favourite ever tracks this time to relax with. Still, managed to include some great tracks released earlier this year as well that have really impressed me, hope you enjoy!
Welcome to my Songs Of The Week, where I share my favourite 5 tracks that I’ve been listening to this week! A lot has happened this week, and a lot of new albums have been released in time for Christmas! With so much to choose from, hope you like what I’ve been enjoying! (more…)
This well-crafted, innovative album will amaze your ears!
Korbee released their brand new single, Show Me The Way, this week, and it's pleasing to hear how far the duo have come in such a short space of time.…
Symphony X are back with a fantastic effort, Underworld that builds on their previous 8 studio albums. Michael Leopond says this album is “less heavy than Iconoclast” and more of “a combination of The Odyssey and Paradise Lost” which will surely excite most fans. The album returns to a more progressive metal style of writing that has brought Symphony X so much acclaim in the past, and continues to deliver. While not being strictly conceptual, Underworld definitely has an overall theme drawing on influences from Dante’s Inferno and Orpheus In The Underworld. (more…)
Hi guys, welcome to songs of the week. This is where I let you in on what I’ve been listening to lately. My top 5 songs this week includes several surprises as old favourites releases a new track; a few new, unsigned bands really grab my attention with their raw sounds, and I’ve found a new favourite track to unwind to.
The Color Before The Sun marks Coheed And Cambria’s eighth studio album, and the first not to be based around The Amory Wars storyline. As a defining feature of the past 12 years, some fans could be forgiven for being fearful of what was to come, but the result is an album with a wider variety of song styles than usual, unhindered by the need to adhere to storyline and it creates some positive results that Coheed fans will really love.
This is now Trivium’s seventh studio album, and they have definitely come along way from when I first heard them over 10 years ago. The album follows a common theme for Trivium in that it is different to all of their other albums. It takes a bit of getting used to but the exceptional production by Michael “Elvis” Baskette and debut of Matt Madrio on drums definitely helps. (more…)