Tag: Ascension

Review: “A Line In The Sand” by Beyond Salvation

Hailing from deepest darkest Manchester, Thrash leaning Heavy Metal act Beyond Salvation have made it eight releases in their seven year career to date with a new EP titled “A Line In The Sand“. A DIY or DIE record, it sees guitars from Jon Pedley and Arun Kamath as well as bass Luke Entwistle recorded

NEWS: Inpathos ascend to a higher realm?

Taking in some beautiful scenery from the Pacific Northwest, Melodic Death Metal act Inpathos have shared a music video for “Ascension“, the title track of their oven freshly baked EP of the same name. Mastered at Fascination Street Studios by Tony Lindgren (Between The Buried And Me, The Halo Effect, Insomnium), it’s their first record

Review: “Ascension” by Inpathos

Having forged a pair of albums in 2020’s “Divinity” and 2021’s “March Towards a Blackened Sun“, the departure of original vocalist Jordan Siu in late 2022 found Washington state Melodic Death Metal band Inpathos at a crossroads. Refusing to let the dream die and knowing that the position is arguably the hardest to find a

NEWS: Inpathos unveil “Forsaken Shores”!

The first offering from Washington state Melodic Death Metal band Inpathos since the departure of original vocalist Jordan Siu late last year, “Forsaken Shores” is a taste of what is to come from his replacement Patrick Bradford as the band new frontiers. Drawing inspiration from the natural beauty that surrounds them, where evergreen forests and

Playthrough: “Sphere” from Chimaira!

As those album anniversary milestones continue to clock up for Cleveland Ohio Metallers Chimaira guitarist Rob Arnold continues to keep the dream alive with a string of playthrough videos for the bands prime cuts. A return to major label debut “Pass Out Of Existence” for a rendition of “Sphere” with original guitarist Jason Hagar is

Review: “Anthrobscene” by Deified

Back in 2015, Deified won the annual Metal 2 The Masses event for Merseyside and took their place, as rightfully earned at Bloodstock Festival with cuts from their debut EP “Lo and Behold“. That experience led to the quintet sharing stages with the likes of Bay Area California Thrash Kings Exodus, Max Cavalera’s Son Ritchie