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2020 Album of the Year: Unleash the Archers’ Abyss

…tory, making it Paradise Lost’s most varied album, since, well, 2015’s just-as-magnificent The Plague Within. 3. Dark Tranquillity – Moment (Century Media) It was going to be tough to top Atoma, but Moment does just that. An experience dripping with emotion, thunderous riffs, and elegant melodies from beginning to end. It’s a sweeping listen that really pulls you in, and is all the more impressive considering the band has a completely new guitar s…

Wreck-Defy – Substance & Integrity

…. We have some cool guests playing with us. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nas1gemgVo0 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpB9BwUT-og Wreck-Defy on Facebook…

December 2020 Rapid Fires

…sfy long-time fans who may have been trying to seek out some of this harder-to-track-down material. Nominon deliver some visceral and raw power on this tracks, and the progression goes from newest (2014) to oldest (2003) so that the production differences aren’t so jarring. But really, this one is for super-fans and die-hards only. – Kyle McGinn (Nominon on Facebook) Odax – The King is Dead (Inverted Kite) Odax, a Seattle four-piece with a keen se…

Sifting Through Bandcamp Best-of 2020

…. Aggressive, groovy, and surprisingly catchy, all while maintaining a dyed-in-the-wool death metal vibe. 11. Lutharo – Wings of Agony Modern metal that shows its appreciation for both melodic death metal and power metal with a glorious and thundering sound, Wings of Agony is sure to get fists pumping and heads banging quickly. Loads of energy propel each track forwards, with anthemic guitar melodies and an excellent combination of growled/clean v…

Iron Savior – Energy Overhang

…now up to their eleventh studio album for Skycrest. Combining a love of sci-fi themes and natural ‘metal’ topics with a sound that galvanized those of us who love everything from Judas Priest to old Helloween and Blind Guardian, not even the real life challenges of cancer for bassist Jan-Soren Eckert or the devastating coronavirus epidemic could stop this quartet from delivering more of their steady anthems and uplifting hooks/melodies to their fa…

Matthew Bowling Best-of 2020

…Caledonia Uada – In The Absence Of Matter Buscabulla – Mío Vampire – Melek-Taus Of all the topics I thought I might encounter through metal in 2020, the central figure in the Yazidi faith was not among them. Extreme metal: educating the world. Biggest Surprise/Newcomer: The Suns Journey Through the Night Like last year, these two categories are occupied by the same artist. Underground atmospheric black metal bands are a dime a dozen on Bandcamp a…

Cesspool of Corruption – Eradication of the Subservient (Gore House Productions)

…y doesn’t have to rely on pure speed alone. Considering the EP is almost 5 years old at this point, but independently released until now, it’s a great introduction to a band that is almost sure to take off with their first full-length (coming in 2021). Solidly built death metal that successfully balances some intricate musicianship while keeping both ears on the brutality. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RtberrUBO8 Cesspool of Corruption on Faceb…

Soilwork – A Taste of the Atlantic

…release another song of his tomorrow [“Paper Moon”] that is more Christmas-related. That’s kind of exciting – it’s a Christmas/holiday surprise. The two of us always have to agree on themes and stuff like that, especially when it comes to full-length releases. I think it’s kind of 50/50, either I have an idea and we develop it together, or he has an idea. But we are the ones who are most involved in that thematic aspect, both visually and lyrical…

Matt Coe Best-of 2020

…gh has seen Graham leave and Doogie White step in, meaning we may see a two-headed fight for the Alcatrazz moniker going into 2021. Best Newcomer of the Year: Gomorra Containing Destruction guitarist Damir Eskic, Gomorra is a heavy/power metal outfit with a mix of influences that cross European and North American lines. Their debut full-length Divine Judgement had plenty of headbanging tracks that appeal to those into Annihilator and Metallica wit…

Pyramaze – Confidence and Comfort

…g video game consoles next year. Tomorrow I’m going into the studio to do the intro for the new Ashes of Ares album. The day after that, I’m doing some composing and songwriting for a well-known Swedish singer, his solo album. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-DcCPYiNu20 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uvuhT5ImoIY Pyramaze official website…

March in Arms – Pulse of the Daring CD Giveaway!

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Kyle McGinn Best-of 2020

…Infinity) A modern metal treat. Fluffy bouncing synths and a driving, stick-in-your-head instantly riff lead this one into glory. The best example of Synthetic stepping things up for their second full-length, a gem in and of itself. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B67RD2RVBkE 2. Soilwork “A Whisp of the Atlantic” (from A Whisp of the Atlantic) 16-minutes of Soilwork at their most epic. Infusions of progressive and jazzy elements, while still maint…

Darkness – Over and Out (Massacre Records)

…rily ideal against the tender musical underpinning. Those new to Darkness may dig Over and Out as a primer for looking deeper into their catalog. It sets up an interesting scenario for the sixth full-length, which will hopefully be hitting the market in 2021. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7ctuCXkobI http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sg0vphAmQPc Darkness official website…

David E. Gehlke Best-of 2020

…tory, making it Paradise Lost’s most varied album, since, well, 2015’s just-as-magnificent The Plague Within. 1. Counting Hours – The Will (The Vinyl Division) Featuring current and former members of The Chant, Rapture, Impaled Nazarene and Shape of Despair, Counting Hours is the approximation of vintage Katatonia, the aforementioned Rapture and early Anathema. Their debut foray, The Will, is near without flaw, launching melodious, dark odes into…

Hatebreed – Positivity and Aggression

…onnecticut. It just started being put into cans. If you go to BreedBrew on Instagram you can check it out. We have actually done some socially distanced events surrounding it in the past few months. It’s a tasting/meet and greet with music playing in the background. We played “Instinctive (Slaughterlust)” before it came out, so they got to hear that. It was like a little bit of normalcy, almost like a show without actually playing. People who were…

Eleine – Empowerment and Honesty

…wer metal to progressive and old school metal. Dead Rhetoric: Any plans for 2021? I know there’s not much tour-wise, but is there anything around the release date with a live stream or something similar? Ekberg: We do have a release show concert. Liljestam: In real-life, not a live stream. We are allowed to have a maximum of 50 people in Sweden, so we decided to go for that in a beautiful old theater in our home town. It’s pretty big, so 50 people…

Sodom – Aggressive as Possible

…effects of the pandemic? What worries or concerns do you have in the short-term or long-term as we try to come out of this? Angelripper: As of today, we have a new lockdown here in Germany because of the coronavirus spreading so much. I don’t know what’s really happening, in the end nobody is helping musicians or artists. The government is doing nothing. It’s a shame for the complete music industry, it’s going down. I’ve never been in a situation…

Sanctuary – Revisiting the Dark Mirror

…lement? Rutledge: We got asked about that promo a lot (Into the Mirror Live- Black Reflections) – a lot of people got their hands on it. The record company mixed it, and they didn’t really ask us about it- we found out they were doing a promo and threw those songs on there. We didn’t ever know what happened to that, and an old manager that we had sent me some music of ours. He sent it to me, and it turns out that was the whole concert that we did…

My Dying Bride – Dark, Shadowy Journeys

…of the blue! We weren’t expecting that. We flew out there and put us in a 5-star hotel, and it was just wonderful. Of course, the audience was gigantic. We were terrified, as you would be – it’s weird to be standing there. It’s like a horseshoe-shaped mountain range, and we were in that, and there was probably about 100,000 people there. When you look to the right and you have Kirk and James watching us, you sort of thing that it’s a surreal momen…

Cadaver – Passion for the Extreme

…death metal and having that untamed quality. You really shouldn’t have a 45-50 minute length thing. It should be short and to the point – just put the hammer down! Verbeuren: Exactly. Again, there will be albums that contradict that because if you make a really good one hour album, then it’s a really good one-hour album. For us, it was a ‘punch in the face’ kind of statement. With ten songs and a little over a half hour of that, it’s usually time…

Phil Campbell & The Bastard Sons – A Generational Melting Pot

…ook the bass out, it would sound weird to me. I know there are a lot of two-piece bands, like White Stripes or The Black Keys, but I just can’t get into two piece bands. It just needs a bass. Put a bass in and I’m all for it! I’m a guitarist by trade, as I started out playing guitar but I am enjoying my role playing bass at the moment. It’s a nice change. It’s also two less strings to change. I hate restringing guitars. I think a lot of non-musici…

Harlott – In the Thrash Zone

…me to relocate to somewhere that wasn’t Australia, and take things up full-time. It would require all those things you have to do to have a band hit that next level- it wasn’t so much whether we could, it’s more about if it’s something we actually wanted. Where the band is at the moment, we all work jobs, no one is making a fortune out of this. We spend our vacations and weekends annually on tour. This is something we do because we really enjoy d…

Deluge – Drowning in Atmosphere

…uck in the rules of black metal. Dead Rhetoric: Are there any plans yet for 2021? Hordé: That’s the question on everyone’s minds now. We have a tour in France in the beginning of December. It is a 100 person show, but it’s a great victory because no one in France was expecting shows before 2021. It seems like we will be able to do these shows. Its great news for us, and with the pandemic, we have a lot more time to do the promotion for the album….

Counting Hours – Carry the Will

…ing Hours sufficiently nailed. Fast-forward three years and the band has re-emerged with their first full-length album in the form of The Will. It’s one of those always-enjoyable instances where a band exceeds the promise shown on their demo — The Will is a near-perfect snapshot of melancholy, grief, introspection and melody, backed by a band with the pedigree (see: current and former members of Rapture, Shape of Despair, The Chant and Impaled Naz…

DGM – All About the Songs

…more diverse, and choices are good. If you want to listen to Dream Theater-ish bands, you can – but if you want to listen to the Genesis style, Kansas- there are a lot more great offerings. As a band, I know that people call DGM a progressive metal band, but I care more about the songs. Sometimes we write super easy songs, 4/4 without the odd time signatures or the three-minute solos. I don’t know if it’s progressive or not, we care about music….

Falset – Leading the Way

…’s a big one. Dead Rhetoric: What goals do you have now that the first full-length is out there? Copeland: Post-album for us, we are still working and grinding. We have a lot of new stuff coming up in 2021. We are going for something new, a new sound, and we are really stoked to move on that stuff once this album is released. You are going to be seeing a lot more stuff from us next year. I’m super stoked for it. Dead Rhetoric: Are you talking abou…

Jeremy Saffer – Beauty in Darkness

…get to shoot Black Sabbath, and that was fun. Dead Rhetoric: How has COVID-19 affected photography, from your perspective? Saffer: It has completely shut it down. If you are a music photographer, what do you have to shoot right now? Absolutely nothing. With no tours, you don’t have concerts, and you don’t have bands other than what is local to you. The bands that are local to you aren’t really doing anything because we are in a pandemic. They don…

Scardust – Ambition and Creativity

…creen – we improvised it last minute in order to make an animation or lyric-based video. So most of the editing will be in post-production. That’s something that I don’t know for sure if it will work, though I can pray and hope though [laughs]! We will find out soon enough if the [rush] was worth it and the video will turn out the way I imagined it. That said, we have been super ambitious about creating multiple videos before the album is released…

Carcass – Despicable (Nuclear Blast)

…ed that their upcoming full-length release was going to be bumped back into 2021 due to the pandemic. But instead, we do get a few choice cuts in the form of this 4-song EP Despicable. But to think it a mere consolation prize would be to underestimate it severely. While it’s short and sweet with four tracks, it doesn’t take away from the experience in the least. The embodiment of ‘all killer, no filler,’ unlike a certain Surplus Steel that was rel…

Goldenhall – Ice and Fire

…it comes to songwriting, production, tones, and performances for this full-length compared to your self-titled debut EP in 2016? Jason Shealy: Well, I could talk about that in a couple of different ways. When you self-produce, as we have, you have to have your own standard of what is acceptable, because there isn’t anyone standing over your shoulder saying ‘this, this, this, and that’. You have to hear it objectively and say this is right and thi…