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Neonfly – A New Future

…at. Dead Rhetoric: You also recorded a cover of “Venus” – did you enjoy working on this and the special guest you had involved with the video? Thunder: That was really fun to do. We didn’t have to do it this way- the perk for the crowdfunding involved us doing acoustic covers. That was one of the songs chosen for it, but when I was doing the arrangement on the acoustic guitar, I thought it could have a metal riff. The idea came from there, I spoke…

Backlash – World Domination

…his up. I heard it and that was the first super heavy music I was into. Picking up an instrument. I was in band in school, I did a bit of everything growing up. Boy Scouts, did band, did chorus. Chorus in school was more of a chill class period – in middle school. Over time, I realized how that did affect me and help me progress later on. Playing an instrument, clarinet in fourth or fifth grade until eighth grade. I was into athletics and wrestlin…

Hiraes – Solitary Beginnings

…together, without Tomas [Wisniewski]. So in the beginning of 2020, when looking for a new singer Britta immediately came into our minds. We knew her from the past with Cripper as well as Critical Mass. So we asked her to join us and that’s when Hiraes came into being. Dead Rhetoric: Are you looking at this as Dawn of Disease heading in a different direction, or are you just trying to separate yourselves from it at this point? Kerk: It’s hard to co…

Hammer King – Hammer King (Napalm)

Continuing to fly the flag for power metal, Hammer King since 2015 have been steadily gaining traction for a tried and true, anthem-oriented style that usually goes down a storm across mainland Europe. After fulfilling their contract with Cruz Del Sur Music, signing to Napalm Records should increase the worldwide reach on this self-titled effort, their fourth and first since 2018’s Poseidon Will Carry Us Home. You can expect more of the same thun…

King of Asgard – svartrviΓ°r (Trollmusic)

The first bit of new music we’ve gotten from King of Asgard since 2017’s taudr, it seems that time has not weathered the sails of this Swedish Viking metal act. The band’s fifth release overall, they’ve laid plenty of groundwork in this particular style – you have a strong idea of what you are going to be getting, particularly in relation to last release taudr. But there’s a bit more music here this time around, and the band has certainly continu…

Vexed – Anger as a Tool to Bring Happiness

…and emotive melodies, it provides an invigorating experience for those seeking something fresh within the metal realm. We recently spoke with vocalist Megan Targett to get her thoughts on the album, mental health, how she became interested in metal/singing, and even some issues with the current world we live in. Dead Rhetoric: Culling Culture is your debut album. Is there anything you feel particularly proud of accomplishing with it? Megan Target…

March 2021 Album of the Month: Orden Ogan’s Final Days

…ltiple countries – all are signs that what you are doing in terms of songwriting, style, and substance connects. Final Days as the seventh Orden Ogan album takes what has worked for the band in terms of vocal choirs and stirring anthems and pushes the versatility even further – creating ten more tracks that champion memorable, emotionally connective songs that make sense part to part, allowing the listener to engage deeper and deeper with the hook…

February 2021 Album of the Month: Epica’s Omega

…E Read our recent interview with guitarist Mark Jansen HERE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kWZmpZTDtkU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3rW7Vpep3II https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTbk3SfUq9Q Epica on Facebook…

January 2021 Album of the Month: Tribulation’s Where the Gloom Becomes Sound

…e same could be said for Where the Gloom Becomes Sound as well, but the striking details upon repeated listens make it a real showstopper. Where the Gloom Becomes Sound exemplifies why Tribulation have become such a lauded act in recent years. Their gothic-drenched melodies have a sure-fire way to embed themselves into your skull in the most playful of ways. But the song structures are also built in such a way that the audience enjoys them more wi…

Demon King – The Final Tyranny (The Artisan Era)

…rk. The mix is quite solid too, with an effectively audible bass (see “Invoking the Spirit of Chaos”) to give the quick riffing some added heft. A promising new act comprised of some exceptional players within the scene, Demon King has all of the potential to make some waves in the tech scene. The Final Tyranny works well as an introduction to what the band is all about, and what they are capable of. Perfect for those seeking raging tempos and epi…

Infected Humans – Unexpected Traumatic Experiences (Gore House)

…ase of knowing exactly what you are going to get under the hood just by looking at the grotesque cover art. Infected Humans is an Ecuadorian brutal death metal band that sounds just like their ‘90s inspirations (even down to the tin can sounding drums). There’s not many unexpected twists and turns from the musical perspective. Hopefully you enjoy those tin can drums, because you are going to hear a lot of them on Unexpected Traumatic Experiences….

Matt Coe Best-of 2020

…nd unanswered questions has a similar emotional roller coaster ride when taking in the songs track by track musically. Tragic Separation should keep these Italians near the top of their tier based on this effort top to bottom. 10. Cirith Ungol – Forever Black (Metal Blade) Back again with their first studio album in 29 years, Forever Black keeps the focus on heavy metal with the right throwback and doom elements that made them a cult favorite. Mar…

November 2020 Album of the Month: Dark Tranquillity’s Moment

…it in every regard – all the more impressive considering the number of significant line-up changes between albums. Nonetheless, Dark Tranquillity is at their emotive best across the board here, adventurous and hungry, and with a poignant side to it all that will fans will no doubt treasure. An excerpt from Kyle McGinn’s 10/10 review, which posted on November 10, 2020: If Dark Tranquillity has been able to do one thing in the 2000s, it that they fi…

Kyle McGinn Best-of 2020

…e (Season of Mist) The gentlemen in Deathwhite hit all of the notes I’m looking for in a doom release. Crushing emotional weight to go along with equally heavy riffs, not to mention a downtrodden yet soothing vocal performance that occasionally veers into ethereal light. They continue to improve with each offering, positioning themselves as one of the best (if not the best) of this generation’s gloomy warriors. 9. Aether Realm – Redneck Vikings fr…

Perennial Quest – The Circuits Twist Again

…riters. Everything came around easier. Very little stress came around to making this, at least on my end. Dead Rhetoric: When it comes to the songwriting, how does the process work? As a sextet you all have ideas, how do you make things gel together? Matarazzo: Everyone has their own ideas, but we are pretty good at working together as a team. Usually for myself, I’ll have the bulk of a song. I’ll start off with a couple of random riffs, and I lik…

My Dying Bride – Dark, Shadowy Journeys

…gun recording the album. It was only when I realized that the clock was ticking, that I was going to have to say, “Yes I’ll do it” or “No, you are going to have to find someone else for this album” that I came in. I took me a year to do the vocals, because it just wasn’t coming. I thought I was ready to go back, but I just wasn’t. Nothing was falling together right for me. It was frustrating, and it was a really tough album to record. But it came…

Phil Campbell & The Bastard Sons – A Generational Melting Pot

…the years. When you are 17 or 18 you get an idea of starting a band and making it. We had all done really well. My other band, The People The Poet, we have done tours over the UK and gotten lots of radio. But none of us have ever gotten to the next level – getting big or making a living off of it. There’s so many bands that it’s hard to do. We are really lucky at the moment, even if we can’t play concerts or tours. But with The Bastard Sons as we…

October 2020 Album of the Month: Enslaved’s Utgard

…therefore, the fanbase) intact. Enslaved continues to impress with their ability to bring in different elements and shape their sound over time. A considerably strong album from Enslaved, Utgard doesn’t rest on the laurels of releases before it. It hits the epic notes the band has been cultivating for years and gives it an extra dose of progressive dreaminess. It’s a potent combo that should have fans, old and new, thrilled at the band’s songwriti…

Devin Townsend – Reflection and Gratitude

…r of Magnitude – Empath Live Volume 1, is one of those experiments – no backing tracks and a group of talented musicians doing some improv surrounding him. It also gave us a chance to chat with him about everything from quarantine to social media, what he’s grateful for, and of course, the inside scoop about what he likes about Order of Magnitude. Dead Rhetoric: Was it daunting to take these big songs from Empath and give them a full-bodied live e…

September 2020 Album of the Month: Amaranthe’s Manifest

…dern metal forward since the release of their self-titled debut in 2011. Taking an idea that shouldn’t have worked – utilizing three vocalists and merging a sound into a melodic death metal meets power metal meets cyber/electronic beats with more than a sprinkling of pop sensibility – and turning it into a breakout success. Whether you liked it or not, you can hear the growing number of bands trying to tap into that elusive formula but none seem t…

Amiensus – Friendly Convocations

…belt, as well as ten years together as a band, Amiensus have been slowly making headway into greener pastures. The folk/black/death/etc sound that they have been able to capture is one that often evokes wonder and awe, even at its heaviest moments. The band has also been careful not to retread their footsteps along the way, always reaching towards growth and evolution in some manner. The recently released Abreaction stands tall for its ability to…

Gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh – Taking Over!

…love having the screaming aspect but we also love having the melody and making it in your face, even if it’s a slower song. It’s a very energetic sound. Even though we push a bunch of different genres, it has a cohesiveness to it at the end of the day. Dead Rhetoric: Could you discuss the very bright cover for Operation Takeover? You don’t see a lot of that with heavier music. Was this something you were trying to go for? English: With beautycore…

Forest King – Crossing the Myrkwood (Self-Released)

First introduced to Forest King with their excellent 2017 debut, Lore Born, the band has now returned with a follow-up in Crossing the Myrkwood. Initially grabbing appeal with a Viking sound that was rooted in folk but also doling out thrashy energy, it feels the like band has doubled down with this second effort. An interesting mix of genres that can easily appeal to Viking/folk metal fans as well as those seeking some thrashing extreme music. F…

August 2020 Album of the Month: Unleash the Archers’ Abyss

…he favor of the metallic masses (and DR) for quite some time. Apex was a shining beacon of thrilling heavy metal, and follow up Abyss takes all of the pieces of their formula and gives them a jaw-dropping polish and brings the band entirely to the next level. An addictive piece of heavy metal that will take you on a story-driven journey that you won’t soon forget. Rare is the band that can provide a more accessible product while keeping all points…

Heathen – Hypnotize the Empire

…re a personal favorite of this scribe’s tastes since their debut album Breaking the Silence hit the streets in 1987. By the time the second album Victims of Deception came out in 1991, alternative/grunge music ruled the media airwaves, and this style of thrash was passé. Reuniting in the early 2000’s, it took until 2010 for The Evolution of Chaos to appear. Due to guitarists Lee Altus and Kragen Lum’s involvement with Exodus, Heathen would be on t…

Oceans of Slumber – From Catharsis to Validation

…s solid, thoughtful discussion on the virus and racial tension currently taking ahold of America and possible solutions to consider. Dead Rhetoric: In between albums, you’ve had some significant lineup changes to arrive at what is now Oceans of Slumber in 2020. Why did these member shifts occur, and what do you think the newest members bring to the table that changes or impacts the sound and output of the band? Cammie Gilbert: There are a lot of d…

Sifting Through Bandcamp – August 2020

…ntion the continued Bandcamp Fridays the first of each month) for those seeking something new or exotic to explore. This month we cover Alter Idem, The Aphelion, Black Harvest, Encryptor, Hoax of Upsala, MΔ€RA, The Neologist, Seppuku, Steps of Odessa, and The Violet Dark. Alter Idem – Fragments of Consciousness Brutal death metal with a little dash of tech is what Alter Idem is offering with this short but sweet 4-song EP. There’s a lot of monstrou…

July 2020 Album of the Month: Imperial Triumphant’s Alphaville

…s the band in peak form, with jarring and eerie feelings popping out and taking you on a journey into NYC’s seedy underbelly. Despite the extremity and outside the box approach, they’ve managed to make it more appealing without any sort of compromise. An album worth seeking out if you want something that’s both chaotic and intellectual in tone. An excerpt from Kyle McGinn’s 9/10 review, which posted on July 28, 2020: Monstrous, terrifying, impress…

Let Us Prey – Attention Deficit Disorder Metal

…et out. I’m glad because we are with M-Theory and they are really cool. Working with Marco has been a blessing because he really understands what we are doing, and one of the few people willing to take the chance that isn’t something that is considered the norm in metal right now. He’s firmly behind what we are doing, and going to be doing. I would have loved to put this out a long time ago, but as they say, things happen. Dead Rhetoric: What made…

My Missing Half – Revel in Decay

…us coming together and filling in the blanks for each other, but in turn taking so much time to do any of it. It wound up being very counterproductive a lot of the time. Bijan: In many ways I’m glad we did it, but I wish the band’s first attempt at doing this was with the previous record. Or maybe not even, I like how everything has turned out so far. I’m just glad it’s over with. Everything could go wrong – multiple computer crashes, it wasn’t ju…

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