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High On Fire’s Matt Pike thinks the kids are alright
High On Fire’s Matt Pike thinks the kids are alright
"It really is kind of the death of old-school music and shows," laments High On Fire guitarist and vocalist Matt Pike. And as he considers music’s place in modern life, the 46-year-old performer isn’t exactly complaining. He’s just offering his legendarily bare-faced take on rock’s evaporating mainstream appeal while prepping the world on his celebrated stoner metal band's heavy upcoming
Burn Halo (ex-Eighteen Visions) premiere new single, “Dying Without You”—exclusive
Burn Halo (ex-Eighteen Visions) premiere new single, “Dying Without You”—exclusive
California hard rockers Burn Halo are teaming up with AP to premiere their new single, "Dying Without You," along with the cover art and track listing reveal. Head by former Eighteen Visions frontman James Hart, the band worked with Fred Archambault (Avenged Sevenfold, 18V's Obsession) to produce, engineer and mix their latest album, Wolves Of War. "'Dyi ...
Unearth – Watchers Of The Rule
Unearth – Watchers Of The Rule
Unearth Watchers Of The Rule If there’s one word that sums up Watchers Of Rule, it’s "battering." Anyone expecting the successor to 2011‘s Darkness In The Light to take its cues from that record’s soaring choruses and plethora of hooks should brace themselves, for this is the hardest, most obstinate and all-out aggressive Unearth release since 2004's The Oncoming Storm. In fact, its toug
Throwdown – Intolerance
Throwdown – Intolerance
Throwdown Intolerance Orange County, California, heavyweights Throwdown have returned with a true throwback of an album. Gone are the bloated song lengths and Ozzfest-thirsty moments. Intolerance picks up where 2005’s groove-metal-leaning, hardcore-based Vendetta left off—only at the band’s current abilities, which have never been stronger. Frontman Dave Pe ...
Spoken – Illusion
Spoken – Illusion
Spoken Illusion Like a security blanket, Christian nü-rock can be that safe, cozy thing to curl up against when deathcore and metalcore is just a little too much to handle. That’s not to say Spoken—returning for their first album since leaving Tooth & Nail Records in 2007—are all about puffy clouds and rainbows on Illusion, but there’s definitely a lot more room to breathe and reflect on the
Fair To Midland – Arrows & Anchors
Fair To Midland – Arrows & Anchors
Fair To Midland Arrows & Anchors The fourth album by Texas prog-rockers Fair to Midland is undoubtedly their heaviest, often times to a fault. Over the course of these 15 songs, the quintet’s main focus seems to be radio-rock fare a la Breaking Benjamin and Three Days Grace (“Heavens To Murgatroyd,” “A Loophole In Limbo”) instead of the progressive, inventive instrumentation that puts them m