I recently had the amazing opportunity to sit down and write about one of my favorite regional bands, Black Plague, and their brand spankin’ new EP, “Existence.” This four song, face melting EP solidifies their position in the scene as well as answers the never aging question, “Is rock music dead?” They went … Continue reading Black Plague – “Existence” EP Review
It sure has been a while since I have written anything but I am glad to be back for this one! This has been a year of ups and downs in the music industry. Lots of amazing music coming out, brand new bands making their way through the ranks, and some unfortunate tragedies as well. … Continue reading Top 10 Albums of 2017 – Will Baker
Vajra is a Hindu and Tibetan Buddhist (Dorje) symbol for the thunderbolt or the diamond. It is that which breaks through anything.
Nephilym has been playing in NC for over 10 years (2001) and, just like any other band that has been together for a considerable length of time, band members have changed throughout the years. Bassist Bobby Byford and Guitarist Josh Smith are the 2 founding members of the band lead by vocalist Brent Underwood (Dead … Continue reading Nephilym – Could Have Been
For this new and inspiring series, I wanted to start with a studio that I personally have recorded in. I can say that I came out as a better musician and had a better vision for what I wanted from my music after recording with Jacob of Snake Harris Studios. His professionalism as well as … Continue reading Faces Behind the Music: Snake Harris Studios
I would like to introduce everyone’s earhole and melted faces to the well-known group called Shadows of Deceit. These guys are gaining steam and they are charging through barriers and no one can stop them. With their sound giving hints evident of Killswitch Engage and All That Remains, they still separate themselves with their unique … Continue reading Exclusive Interview – Shadows of Deceit
Calling all fans of Lamb of God and Unearth, we present to you a gift from the Metalcore gods: Funeral for the Masses all the way from Finland