Author: Remy Kendall

Review: Death On Fire – Witch Hunter

Coming to us on the second of February 2018 is Witch Hunter, the album from Death on Fire or more specifically multi-instrumentalist, Tim Kenefic. Death On Fire is a solo project which greatly surprised and impressed me as coming up with, writing, producing, recording and publishing a full band’s level of content is not an easy feat, so kudos to you, Tim. So with anticipation boiling, let’s give Witch Hunter a listen. I was blown away by this record completely. It’s a lot more than your typical Melodic Death Metal music. There were only two songs out of eight that...

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SINGLE REVIEW: MURKOCET – HUSTLIN’ HATE

Murkocet, the heavy metal band from Phoenix, Arizona are relatively new on the scene having only formed in 2013 and only releasing their debut album this year. Despite this, vocalist Richie Jano, guitarist Nate Garrett, drummer Mike Mays and bassist Jared Pettit have found a great start of success. Two tracks off of their debut album found their way to local radio and into the title of an indie horror film. Through tours and magazines, these guys have really begun to make a mark for themselves so let’s have a look at their new single “Hustlin’ Hate”. “Hustlin’ Hate”...

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DARK HOUND – Dawning

Straight from the Nashville metal scene comes Dark Hound, they’ve been thrashing around since 2014 and they’re clearly not done yet. ET Brown (Vocals), Evan Hensley (Guitars), Preston Walls (Guitars), Josh Brown (Drums) have stuck around long enough to be releasing their new album “Dawning” upon the world. I had the chance to sit down and listen to it, so let’s have a closer look at the 11 tracks in store. “Ashes of Your Worth“, the first song, is introduced with drums, guitar and then vocals. Our first impression of these vocals are that they’re definitely something different, sounding...

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SHADOW REALM: War Of The Archons

Shadow Realm are a band from Adelaide, South Australia. They formed in early 2012 and consist of Torsha Khan on vocals, Matt Gillick on guitar, Con Koutsouliotias on drums, Tim Robinson on keyboards and Pahl Hodgson on bass. According to their social media, they’re predominantly a metal band with influences from thrash, progressive, power metal, neo-classical, as well as featuring operatic vocals, shredding guitar solos and even some jazz influenced drumming. Now, that’s a description rich with many different styles and elements and that certainly makes me excited to hear what they’ve got in store. So, without further ado...

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The Low Down On Download Melbourne – CLOWNS

Members: Stevie Williams – Vocals Jake Laderman – Drums Rod Goon – Guitar Will Robinson – Guitar Hanny J – Bass/Vocals Clowns are a hardcore punk rock band from Melbourne, Australia. Currently signed to Poison City Records, the band managed to gain success, even reaching the point of touring Australia and Europe. They’ve got a discography of three studio albums and three split albums collaborating with other artists, but since we’re focusing primarily on Clowns, let’s get into their works. Album: I’m Not Right (2013) This album is a unique take on Punk Rock as a genre. Powerful bass,...

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