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March 2019 Album of the Month – Cellar Darling’s The Spell

…a new bar for storytelling in heavy metal. An excerpt from Kyle McGinn’s 10/10 review, which posted on March 7, 2019: Advancing their music into more complex and layered offerings may not strike a chord with everyone. The immediately hook-y nature of songs like “Avalanche” or “Challenge” simply aren’t on this album. But that’s perfectly acceptable, because The Spell is so, so much more. It demands your attention. It encourages you to be more than…

Iron Savior – In for the Kill

…st minute on it. Because there’s no use in creating something that is not 100% approved by me or my feelings. The fans would find out that the album or the song is not cool, you know? I’d rather take my time, and after twenty years I have all the time in the world to come with an Iron Savior album. If it takes a year longer, it takes a year longer, but most of the time I am good with a two-year period. I have enough time to come up with new ideas…

Eternity’s End – Hotter Than Fire

…s playing for Necrophagist and Obscura putting him on the map during the 2000’s. Following his subsequent diagnosis with focal dystonia and subsequent intensive therapy, he stepped away from Obscura due to their extensive touring regiment. But he wasn’t done in terms of creating new projects/band outlets – as he switched gears for the melodic power/progressive metal band Eternity’s End. Their debut album The Fire Within from 2016 put his skills to…

Red Handed Denial – Redeemer (Self-Released)

…and execution. Red Handed Denial have a real winner on their hands, and one that should see them catching some well-deserved favor as word spreads about Redeemer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZ1s_zpxInY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f1vgkYCA2AE Red Handed Denial on Facebook…

Fallujah – Being True to Themselves

…o me. I’ve known the guys in Obscura – they played our cd release back in 2011. Allegaeon has had members of their band fill in and tour with us, and we know them. We’ve toured with First Fragment too. As soon as we got to the bus, everyone was friends and having fun. As far as that aspect goes, it was pretty awesome just knowing everybody. We have done a lot of death metal tours: Dying Fetus, Suffocation, Thy Art is Murder, Whitechapel. All of th…

Misery Index – A Discourse on the Rituals of Power

…un that has not been announced, and then some European fests and get into the southern hemisphere. There’s a pretty big thing on the table for next year as well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5H86kI_v5Jk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8Dcf_xEBQ8 Misery Index on Facebook…

Sisters of Suffocation – Queens of Brutality

…we started, we wanted to do an EP and an album every year but promotion-wise that is hard. It might be one album every two years, but it’s something we really enjoy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ubPrM2zr48 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mf4saNZ-aIA Sisters of Suffocation on Facebook…

Equipoise – Tech Metal Alchemists

…) activates a country wide transmutation circle and sacrifices the lives of 50 million Amestrians in order to open the Portal of Truth within the Earth and ascend into the heavens to open the moons portal as well. Upon gaining this power he becomes Demiurgus. Dead Rhetoric: How much emphasis is placed on making sure there is something memorable going on? How important is the contrast of technical flourishes with more melodic moments? Boiser: When…

February 2019 Album of the Month: Beast in Black’s From Hell with Love

…lory. An excerpt from Matt Coe’s 8/10 review, which posted on February 3, 2019: Establishing themselves in 2017 with Berserker, Beast in Black feel the slate is now clean to delve into what they do best. Combining a rich love of melodic power metal with 80’s and dance/keyboard style aspects along with a healthy dose of cartoon/anime affinity, it’s this multi-layered synthesized approach that has been gaining steam worldwide. Founder/main songwrite…

Visual Rhetoric – February 2019

…riar “Arms of the Ocean” We’d Rather Burn Self-Released In celebration of 100,000 YouTube subscribers, Blackbriar released this video, which does an excellent job of taking the lyrics of the track and twisting them into a visual display that offers an intriguing take on the song. Blackbriar’s unique and eerily whimsical music naturally lends itself to images and the band’s dark, gothic flavors shine brightly, from the decor of the house and the co…

Frenzy – Mutants of Metal

…nough to know our kind of metal is probably not a way to earn a living in 2019. I am a professional musician, but not because of metal. Would I love that? Of course. But for now, I just try to make my favorite music, enjoy playing it, and to get all of the great feedback from the fans. Of course, getting extra income is nice, but we don’t think we will be leaving our day jobs any time soon. Dead Rhetoric: How do you feel about the domestic Spain m…

Review Face-off: In Flames’ I, The Mask (Eleven Seven Music/Nuclear Blast)

…s been one band that has taken a beating from veteran fans for their post 2000 output, it’s got to be In Flames. But when a band’s sound takes such a drastically different turn over the years, there’s bound to be pushback (especially when the band in question pens some of the Gothenburg sound’s most legendary albums in The Jester Race and Whoracle). Even this scribe had figured In Flames best left in the past, not having found any real compelling…

Herman Frank – Flying Through Fear

…places you’ve visited? Altzi: There is so much. I was a bass player until 2007, basically – I started to since a little bit in mid-2000. That’s how I got in contact with Olaf from At Vance- I liked the band and I wanted to get a song from him to practice and send it out to get jobs as a singer instead of playing bass. When he replied that he didn’t write songs unless they were good enough for an album, he asked if he could send me a flight ticket…

Steve Dadaian – Following the Light

…I don’t turn on a record and say I need to hear sweep-picked arpeggios at 200bpm. That doesn’t draw me to turning a record on. But if I know that the record has a really heavy riff, a hard groove, or a melody that I really like, that will make me turn a record on. So I always try to approach it from that perspective. Not just saying, “I learned this slapping technique, how can I incorporate it into a song?” I think as a guitar player, I try to be…

Within Temptation – Willing to Resist

…tors were working, we were playing in a big tent and there was at least 10,000 people – the big stage was way bigger. It was our fourth gig ever, before that we had only played in small clubs. After that we toured through Europe with a lot of labelmates, we started going upward. Bigger festivals then started happening, we would play in Belgium, Germany, France – go to bigger countries. Every time there would be another country, the audience always…

Psython – Predominant Anger

…ic and political picture out of the equation when it comes to this. Since 2008, the general picture has been less money in people’s pockets. Austerity in a word. This means that, through no fault of the metal scene, venues have been closing, punters are staying home or saving their pennies and there is less money sloshing about at the bottom for the lower rungs of the music industry. I also think that the way we socialize, in general, has changed…

Visual Rhetoric – January 2019

…ing on on that factor alone. – Kyle McGinn (At the Gates on Facebook) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYUS99glGBk Delain “Masters of Destiny” Hunter’s Moon Napalm Records If you are going to title a song “Masters of Destiny,” it really needs to have an epic tone to it. Delain was clearly up for the challenge with this, from both the audio and visual standpoint, and the first taste of Hunter’s Moon is wholly striking. Captivating images from Icelan…

January 2019 Album of the Month: Soilwork’s Verkligheten

…om Kyle McGinn and Matt Coe’s review face-off, which posted on January 4, 2019: Veteran acts in heavy metal tend to go in one of two directions – the more common of which is to simply retread familiar waters with each album and give the fans exactly what they want. But some bands get a breath of fresh air as they continue, delivering material that may challenge the listener and/or bring them in different directions. Soilwork has been operating on…

Edge of Paradise – Designing a Universe

…er basis. We have toured a lot but we have been going week to week. The goal is to stay on the road and break through to some festivals. We should have a lot of announcements coming soon! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnObE8xdw5E https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qc_x91LAfkY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPSpR2XwDbU Edge of Paradise official website…

Trollfest – No Boundaries or Limitations

…at. But to be in the rehearsal room and play that song that you have done 1000 times at least, you do get a bit bored with it. I think the same thing happens if you have the same costume and image with your career, unless you find that one little thing that really, really rocks your boat I think you will get really bored by doing the same thing over and over again. It’s not easy to inspire people to have fun when you are actually a little bit bore…

Devil’s Mirror – Devil’s Mirror (Self-Released)

…sily have broken big on modern hard rock formats during the mid to late-1990’s. Keeping the production values raw adds to the in your face element that these four songs convey – it’s as if you are hearing the duo cranking up in front of you as they rehearse, limiting the bells and whistles to the layers of vocals when necessary for supplementation, or the occasional keyboard enhancement. Considering the bi-coastal work as these two musicians live…

The Three Tremors – Freewheel Burning

Remember back in 2000 when the original idea of The Three Tremors sent shockwaves through the metal press? The union of three premiere vocalists like Bruce Dickinson, Rob Halford, and Geoff Tate to appear on an album created all this buzz, but never really came to fruition. Cage singer Sean Peck felt that he should take the reigns and assemble his own triad of elite vocalists – which we have now with ex-Judas Priest vocalist Tim ‘Ripper’ Owens an…

Flotsam and Jetsam – Controlled Chaos

…would do and we would choose the ones that seemed to go the best. (Eric) A.K. would demo a bunch of them and then we would pick the ones that we felt would be working. We would work on them as a group, and basically that’s what we did. There were tons of songs, we did 30-40 songs to go through. We really feel like it’s a strong record. Dead Rhetoric: How difficult of a process is it to whittle down 30-40 song ideas into a 12-song album? Mary: I d…

Visual Rhetoric – December 2018

…re to it. Stunning work. – Kyle McGinn (Beyond the Black on Facebook) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KarJuHx2gfQ Deadtide “Alteration” Single Self-Released Upcoming melodic death metal act Deadtide returns with a new single/video that was recorded by Thomas Tjäder (who also did their video for “Begin the Dream”). Again the band shows a huge step up in both the musical and visual aspects with this video, with a variety of vocals and dynamics as th…

Review Face-off: Soilwork’s Verkligheten

…sprawling double album The Living Infinite (leaving Figure Number Five and Stabbing the Drama in the rear view), and sure to keep the Soilwork legions clamoring for more. – Matt Coe http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHZhl_pniUY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-kcWrCX9rA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nuItul-D0PA Soilwork on Facebook…

December 2018 Rapid Fires

…something that is probably bound to excite fans of the modern rock of the 2000s. The EP is firmly planted in said age, with some clear callbacks to bands like Incubus and Rage Against the Machine being chief among their sound. It’s catchy enough to the ear if you are a fan of that era, but doesn’t really bring it forward too much. A few more modern touches might make Ashes Collide generate a larger appeal. But for now, those wanting a bit of strai…

Matt Coe Best-of 2018

…t this effort could reach that same status a decade or two down the line. 10. Torian – God of Storms (Ram It Down Records) A new label on the scene, one of their first signings is this German power metal act Torian with their fourth album God of Storms. Combining traditional, Teutonic riffs that stride from the heart, the Orden Ogan-like chorus action during “Old Friend Failure” and “Saint of the Fallen” among others encourages that mead hall/ lar…

Alien Weaponry – A New Breed of Thrash

…y de Jong: This year we smashed our goal of playing at Wacken Open Air by 2020, so we set a new goal to be playing headline slots on those big festivals. I think that might be a few years away yet, but we are back in Europe next summer, playing more festivals, including some main stages, so we are getting there. We also wanted to tour North America, which we didn’t think we would get to do this year, so it’s pretty special to be here right now, su…

Kyle McGinn Best-of 2018

…o listen to one song, and end up blasting through the entire album twice. 10. Leaves’ Eyes – Sign of the Dragonhead (AFM Records) One of the first 2018 albums I was privy to turned out to also be one of its finest. The first release with vocalist Elina Siirala, Sign of the Dragonhead is without question one of the band’s strongest (if not the strongest) releases to date. A ton of diversity as you go from track to track, from epics to instrumentals…

Visual Rhetoric – November 2018

…ng album The End of Chaos keeps the crunchy twin harmonies and solid Eric A.K. vocal melodies front and center, along with pumping rhythm section work out of bassist Michael Spencer and drummer Ken Mary. Quick cuts of the band performing intertwine against the conceptual footage. The storyline of a mad scientist and a young lady who has mind control/power to light candles and shatter glass at will is interesting – especially when pushed to another…