Tag: Ancient Geometry

NEWS: Vexes return a shade darker…

As if a double album wasn’t enough of a major undertaking, Vexes have continued to roll out the eccletic music videos for cuts from “Imagine What We Could Destroy /// If Only Given Time” with some going as far as to say they might do one for every single cut on the record. They say

NEWS: Vexes hit rock bottom…

Celebrating the release of their double album “Imagine What We Could Destroy /// If Only Given Time” former Vessl, Downstage and A Life Once Lost members united in New Jersey burgeoning alternative Metal quartet Vexes have dropped a music video for “At Nothing“. The cut that warns of the current high suicide and self harm

NEWS: Vexes out for blood with Energy Vampires!

Former Vessl, Downstage and A Life Once Lost members united in New Jersey burgeoning alternative Metal quartet Vexes have revealed a forth single, “Energy Vampire(s)” from the band’s highly-anticipated double album, “Imagine What We Could Destroy /// If Only Given Time” which is due out June 17th and follows the critically acclaimed “Ancient Geometry“. We

NEWS: Dreams turn to Nightmares for Vexes?

In an age where the waterfall model seems to be all the rage, New Jersey Alternative Metal meets Post-Metal icons Vexes are going against the grain. Instead of releasing a single every month or an EP every quarter, they’re releasing a full suite, a double album comprising 24 fresh cuts on 17th June. On the

NEWS: Vexes fall further with low choices…

If you thought that the double album was a thing of the past that went out with “Melancholy and the Infinite Sadness” by Smashing Pumpkins, then New Jersey Alternative Metal act Vexes have something else in mind. They’ve lined up “Imagine What We Could Destroy /// If Only Given Time“, a 24 song collection that follows

NEWS: Vexes announce double trouble!

Back in April 2018 we reviewed “Ancient Geometry” by Vexes, a supergroup of sorts combining the talents of  vocalist/guitarist Charlie Berezansky (ex-Vessl, ex-Downstage) and guitarist/keyboardist John Klagholz (ex-Vessl), alongside bassist Bobby Carpenter (as ex-A Life Once Lost) and drummer Justin Graves (as ex-A Life Once Lost) and after a period of silence their return with single

Throwback: “Vulture” by A Life Once Lost!

Releasing five albums and one EP in twelve years together, A Life Once Lost formed in 1999 in a suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, it was their third studio album in 2005 that got them the most attention. Recorded at Millbrook Sound in New York City with Anthrax guitarist Rob Caggiano and Eddie Wohl of Scrap

Review: “Leave The Soul For Now” by Timeworn

Timeworn have been delivering a solid mix of sludge, hardcore energy and post-metal atmosphere since 2014 and have in their ranks members from Eskatol, Summon the Crows, Blodspor and From Below. Both of their first two albums in 2014’s “Luminescent Wake” (Disiplin Media) and 2017’s “Venomous High” (Fysisk Format) were met with praise from both

NEWS: Hot Tub Time Machine: Vexes go 80’s!

There is an obsessive compulsive disorder amongst a lot of musicians to make Metal versions of 80’s pop songs. The results may vary (no Limp Bizkit pun intended) but generally when a band makes it their own, it works out. So here’s the turn of Vexes (ex-A Life Once Lost, ex-Vessl, ex-Downstage) who have taken