Tag: Everytime I Die

Review: “Making Out With My Death” by Junkowl

Formed in 2017 and known for creating a unique blend of Groove Metal, Stoner and Hardcore that is matched with a high energy ‘in your face’ live performance akin to Buffalo New York residents Everytime I Die and even fellow Canadians Cancer Bats, Montreal’s Junkowl have come a long way in three years. It was

Bootleg: Glassjaw in Buffalo New York!

When someone like Keith Buckley from Everytime I Die comes out and says about  “Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Silence” by Glassjaw: “This Album Changed Everything For Me”, there doesn’t come much higher praise. The album turned 20 this week and so here is a pro-shot full set from the band at Buffalo Riverworks in

Review: “Misinformed” EP by Toothless

The third studio EP from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvanians Toothless who found their footing in 2015 marks an explosion in triplicate. Taking influence from the likes of The Chariot, Everytime I Die, and The Dillinger Escape Plan, they were formed by guitarist Eric Novroski and drummer James Slattery, brought in frontman Travis Antoniello. After cycling through a

Review: “How Well Do You Really Know Yourself?” By GroundCulture

Considering themselves to be five segments of the same vision, one culture cursed by a disconnect inside the fabric of their conscious mind, with their backs against the wall, they seek to inspire change through connection. That’s the mission statement of GroundCulture, a five piece Melodic Hardcore act from Newcastle upon Tyne who love to

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

Bootleg: Everytime I Die in Buffalo New York!

There is nothing quite like a home town thrown down and so a pro-shot full set in multi cam style with Mixing and Mastering by Len Carmichael at Landmine Studios which sees Everytime I Die at Buffalo Riverworks in Buffalo New York on 13th December 2019 is an absolute must watch. This one is 75

Review:”Demons or Someone Else” by Montecharge

Formed in Geneva Switzerland, Montecharge are a quartet with passion for heavy music with Vocalist Quentin Bocquel is joined by David Gerber who handles synthesizers and noise machines, drummer Edward Hay and guitarist Wladislas Marian. While “Demons of Someone Else” is their debut album, they have been releasing material and playing live together for almost

Review: “Good Intentions” by Downswing

Albany New York quintet Downswing might not be house hold names as yet but with a pair of prized guest vocalists appearing on their debut full length, that should be something that changes before too long. Former Animal trio in guitarist Anthony Salvaggio, bassist Brandon Jared and drummer Nick Manzella got together and switched their

Review: “Prettiest Of Things” EP by Earth Groans

Forming in South Dakota in May 2015, vocalist Jeremy Schaeffer, drummer Brady Mueller, guitarist Zachariah Mayfield and bassist Kaden Burton take to their work in Earth Groans a similar mantra to August Burns Red. Their coined phrase being that they create “aggressive music for passionate people“. Now on their third five track EP in five

Review: “Ripping Pulling Tearing” by Chamber

Nashville Tennessee is a place that most of the Globe calls the home of Country Music. But there is more to the place than line dancing and Stetsons as Metallic Hardcore act Chamber will tell you. They released “Ripping Pulling Tearing” though Hardcore label of the moment Pure Noise Records, the home of Terror, Knocked