Tag: In Flames

Review: “Retrogression Part 1: Egomania” by Agony Atlas

A concept release with a story marks the debut EP from Koblenz, Germany Progressive Technical Metallcore outfit Agony Atlas, a band with a wealth of prior experience. Vocalist Liane Walter is in Deathlesson and formerly in Incertain; guitarist, keys and programmer Christoph Fuchs in Karabooza, formerly Sixfinger and Timeshift Passenger; Drummer Markus Moewis formerly graced

NEWS: The Agonist cover In Flames!

The Agonist frontwoman Vicky Psarakis continues to impress as she churns out the weekly cover songs on her YouTube channel with multi instrumentalist partner in crime Quentin Cornet. This week the pair have chosen a classic in “Only For The Weak” by Swedish Melodic Death Metallers In Flames, one of the cornerstones of the Gothenburg

Review: “Self Titled” by Sangheilis

Inspired largely by the American and International scene in the Metalcore, DJent, Deathcore and Nu-Metal registers and citing everything from Chimaira to Northlane from Venom Prison to Type O Negative as an influence, Sangheilis are a band that raise eyebrows in their genre shifting. They hail from Rouen in France and formed in 2013 with

Riff Police! Pull Over! #117: At The Gates Vs Trivium!

The last album from Swedish Melodic Death Metallers At The Gates before an 11 year hiatus was “Slaughter of the Soul“. A landmark album, it is considered alongside works by In Flames and Dark Tranquillity as one of the cornerstones of the Gothenburg sound. Produced by Fredrik Nordström (Soilwork, Arch Enemy, Opeth) in 1995 and

Interview: In Flames talk “Clayman” and the live experience!

But not just the Swedish Melodic Death Metallers. Members of Killswitch Engage, Earth Crisis, Darkest Hour, Dark Tranquillity, Moonspell, As I Lay Dying, Trivium and Burn It Down are all in this interview put together to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of “Clayman” from In Flames. A re-release will occur on 28th August with an EP

Review: “The Art of War” by Chapfallen

What’s in a name? Well for anyone who is aware of American Head Charge, their album “The War Of Art” may pop figuratively speaking into their head when they read the title of this debut EP from Chapfallen. A six-piece band with dual vocalists in Brad Rogers and Max Cottrell and a guitar duo in