Album Review: Excellion – Unsean

Band: Excellion Album: Unsean Band Origin: La Paz (Baja California Sur)/Mexico City Release date:  August 6, 2016 Label: Independent Release It seems as though there are more and more bands coming out with a similar vibe as Tesseract, Periphery where the music is very technical, vocals clean/unclean and overall heavy as fuck. Sometimes it is really…

Album Review: Periphery III – Select Difficulty

Band: Periphery (Washington D.C.) Album: III – Select Difficulty Record Label: Sumerian Records Release Date: July 21, 2016 Periphery is one of those bands where you either really love them or you just don’t like them. It has taken so much for me to get into this band, for no reason other than the clean…

Band Interview: Fit For An Autopsy

Jake Janitch, Nick Licata, Steve Kruczyk, Matt Albers The extreme metal subgenre continues to bring us new and unique acts that stand out among trends that may come and go. New Jersey’s Fit For An Autopsy is not your typical “death-core” outfit. The extensive background of each member bleeds into their creative process and out…

Album Review: What Escapes Me – Egress Point (2016)

Band: What Escapes Me From: Kolkata, India Album: Egress Point Released: April 27th 2016 Members: Shourav Kumar Dey – Vocals | Arindam Sen – Guitar | Sayan Ghosh – Guitar | Pradyumna Laskar – Bass | Sambit Chatterjee – Drums | What Escapes Me is a five-piece, progressive metal band from Kolkata, India that are…

Review From Across The Pond: Verse Vica – Endeavour

Artist: Verse Vica Album/EP Name: Endeavour Release Date: 6-Oct-2014 Today’s metal music scene is full of amazing potential. Home studio recording has allowed previously unknown musicians get their voice heard thanks to this and the Internet. Progressive musical especially has benefitted hugely from this with the inception of bands like Periphery and TesseracT who are now touring the world…