Author: Josh Bruton

Five Reasons To See Once Human

Metal fans of every corner of Australia, rejoice and prepare yourselves for a metal onslaught from the Californian melodic-death metal five-piece, visiting us in Australia in February/March in 2018. Below this article will detail and provide you, in no particular order five reasons, of many, to make sure you check out Once Human while they are in your town. Reason number one – THE BAND Once Human are a band bringing their own blend on the melodic death genre, a style often being compared to the legendary Arch Enemy, yes the obvious comparisons are there, female vocalist doing death...

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Album Review: THREAT SIGNAL – Disconnect

Everybody make way for the long awaited triumphant return of Threat Signal, gone far too long! This year finally brings their new release, their fourth album “Disconnect”, a fifty-five minute roller coaster of an album full of intense diversity. With a familiar style of their previous albums but a huge improvement for fans of their previous work  For those that are not aware, Threat Signal are a four-piece band from Canada. In 2006, their debut “Under Reprisal” from 2006 with the killer track “Rational Eyes” gained Threat Signal recognition around the world through their combination and complexity of multiple...

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Prepare yourselves for a return to form from Winds of Plague‘s newest release, the band’s sixth release provides fans with a new overhauled design that is a spirited continuation of their Samurai Warrior theme filled with 12 crushing tracks. This album is set apart from previous albums through its significant dark symphonic influences, the album flows extremely well creating a start to finish listening experience journeying through devastating valleys and emotive crescendos, but always with an aura of dark symphonic support. This key element is from new keyboardist Julienne Cowan who sets an incredible dark atmosphere and tone for...

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Today we look at the incredible new release from Alaskan metal group 36 Crazyfists. Their new album ‘Lanterns’ is a strong 12-track album and their return to the scene since the 2015 release of ‘Time and Trauma’. ‘Lanterns’ is an album built on the emotional lyrics provided by the distinctive sounds of vocalist Brock Lindow, with a voice that ranges from haunting to damn straight primal and impressive. New fans and old will find it hard not to be in awe of the performance vocally and lyrically given to this album by Lindow. The band have created their seventh full-length album which...

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