Metalcore

Lamb of God – ‘Lamb of God’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Travis Shinn For more than twenty years Richmond, Virginia heavy metal band Lamb of God have been pleasing the subgenre’s multitude of fans, and now, even after a five-year absence (the longest between studio releases in the band’s history), their new self-titled album should be quite effective in making up for lost time…. Read more

Trivium – ‘What the Dead Men Say’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Roadrunner Records Orlando, Florida heavy metal band Trivium’s ninth album What the Dead Men Say opens with a short track titled simple “XI”, an instrumental that acts essentially as an overture. The title song, however, which immediately follows, drives the point home. Trivium is clearly the type of band that likes to drive the point home… Read more

2011 Throwback Gallery: Vans Warped Tour Edition

Less Than Jake ‘Vans Warped Tour’ 2011 Camden, New Jersey Pepper ‘Vans Warped Tour’ 2011 Camden, New Jersey  Gyms Class Heroes ‘Vans Warped Tour’ 2011 Camden, New Jersey Relient K ‘Vans Warped Tour’ 2011 Camden, New Jersey 3OH!3 ‘Vans Warped Tour’ 2011 Camden, New Jersey The Expendables ‘Vans Warped Tour’ 2011 Camden, New Jersey Asking… Read more

2010 Throwback Gallery: Heavy Metal & Alternative Rock’s Finest

Roger Waters ‘The Wall’ Tour 2010 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Halford ‘Ozzfest’ 2010 Camden, New Jersey DevilDriver ‘Ozzfest’ 2010 Camden, New Jersey Saviours ‘Ozzfest’ 2010 Camden, New Jersey Drowning Pool ‘Ozzfest’ 2010 Camden, New Jersey Kataklysm ‘Ozzfest’ 2010 Camden, New Jersey Nonpoint ‘Ozzfest’ 2010 Camden, New Jersey Kingdom of Sorrow ‘Ozzfest’ 2010 Camden, New Jersey Skeletonwitch ‘Ozzfest’… Read more

Bring Me The Horizon – ‘Amo’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Facebook @BMTHOfficial Bring Me The Horizon is a metalcore band from Sheffield, South Yorkshire. Their debut album, Count Your Blessings, was released in 2006, to critical acclaim. Signed to RCA records, the band began an evolution that has led them to their current nu-metal sound, incorporating aspects of electronica, pop, and hip-hop, into… Read more