Tag: Born of Osiris

Review: “Embodiment of The Divine” by Buried Realm

Josh Dummer is the kind of multi instrumentalist who has the vision for the extraordinary. In 2017 he put together his first offering “Ichor Carcinoma” as a solo project under the name Buried Realm and sold the idea to a collection of well known and highly skilled musicians, getting them to appear as guests on the

Review: “Blood Is Blood” by On Hollow Ground

Born in Leeds in 2013, Metalcore quintet On Hollow Ground (Jack Flynn [Lead Vocalist], Ryan Scott [Guitar and Vocals], Joe Wood [Drums], Chris Batty [Guitar], Bob Howe [Bass]) have been building a reputation for themselves on the Metal Underground Scene with a trio of EP including 2018’s “Constant State” setting them apart from the pack. During

Review: “Skyless” by Within Ceres

Citing influences from the likes of Erra, Bleed From Within, Born of Osiris and Silent Planet, guitarist and producer Odin De Sa formed Within Ceres in 2014 to perform at a collegeband competition called “Searock” at BITS Pilani Institute in Goa India, a place where you can count the number of Metal bands or even bands in

Documentary: Inside “The Way It Ends” with Currents!

While sat at home after the release of his bands fourth studio album “The Ways It Ends“, Currents guitarist Chris Wiseman has gone through the album track by track while the cameras are rolling for this new documentary. Based on this, what price that he follows Born Of Osiris guitarist Lee McKinney and releases a

NEWS: Buried Realm unleash “The Wonder And Terror Of Fortune”!

The second new track from the upcoming Buried Realm album “Embodiment Of The Divine” has surfaced entitled “The Wonder And Terror Of Fortune” and featuring guest appearances from both guests Rafael Trujillo (ex-Obscura), Ryan Strain (Chaos For The Masses). The album drops on 24th July, the sophomore release from the Progressive Death Metal solo project

Review: “Disintegration” by Behold The Void

Formed in Moscow Russia in 2015, Behold The Void are a Blackened Progressive Deathcore act of some repute. Dropping their debut single “Endless Hunger” in 2017 and swiftly following up with an impressive debut EP “Black Mass” just six months later they have set the tone for their debut full length with a shroud of darkness.

NEWS: Gun Drummer covers Born Of Osiris!

On the day that Gun Drummer covers “Illuminate” by Born Of Osiris in his own unique style, we find out that they have now abandoned their March European Tour trek. The reasons are simple enough. Having seen Oceans Ate Alaska bow out to be replaced by Uneven Structure at the last minute, Volumes have now

Bootleg: “Wormholes” from Volumes!

Filmed back in July 2016 at the Holmdel New Jersey stop of the Vans Warped Tour, here’s “Wormholes” that sees DJentlemen Volumes joined by Marc Okubo from Veil of Maya. According to now former vocalist Gus Farias via social media, the band kicked him out so they could get in former vocalist Michael Barr. Now

Playthrough: “The Mixture” by Volumes!

It’s going to be interesting to see who takes the place of Gus Farias in Volumes on “The Simulation Tour” headlined by Born Of Osiris and featuring Defying Decay and Oceans Ate Alaska following the news here of his exit from the band. Quit or Pushed there seems to be more to this tale, especially as