Tag: Intervals

Review: “Rex Mortem” by Burned In Effigy

Six years ago back in 2016, Chicago Illinois Burned In Effigy started out as an instrumental Neoclassical Melodic Death Metal quartet brought together by a mutual love of complex, melodic and heavy music. They unleashed hell with their 2017 debut EP “Terrestrial” which paved the way for shows in support of some major players including

Bootleg: “Lock & Key” from Intervals!

Filmed at the Théatre Fairmount in Montreal Québec Canada on 17th December here’s “Lock & Key” from Intervals with Aaron Marshall’s Progressive Metal outfit finishing last year on a high around their 2020 magnum opus “Circadian“. They’re set to land upon our shores in August for this years incarnation of Arctangent Festival that will see

Review: “Other World” by Entheogen

“Drift off to catch glimpses of an other world… Entheogen, a musical group which expresses esoteric hunches into progressive, chaotic yet soothing waveform constructs, injects their expressive pieces into the auditory spectrum that breezes over Ghent’s treetops.”

Review: “Fragments of Solace” by Profanity

“We wanted to transport the vibe of the most important death metal releases for us from the 90s into the present and mix it with our vision of extreme music. For the type of music we play, some of the most influential albums were released in the 90s. This is the music we grew up

Interview: Intervals on The Downbeat Podcast!

The Downbeat Podcast interview series which sees former Architects drum tech and current Stray From The Path drummer Craig Reynolds talk to some impressive guests has almost reached 75% of its patreon to offer a higher quality product. You can check out where he’s wanting to take the project here. In the meantime, the latest

Review: “Circadian” by Intervals

When it comes to Instrumental Progressive Metal, there are a number of artists who are considered pioneers in the genre. One of those is Intervals, founded in Ontario Canada in 2011 by guitarist Aaron Marshall, a musician known for his ability to create infectious melodies and engaging compositions. The latest incarnation of his band sees

Playthrough: “Black Bear” by Whitechapel!

Whitechapel touring drummer Alex Rudinger has shared a playthrough video for his personal favourite track of the bands to play live in “Black Bear“. The man who also plays drums for Intervals had former Monuments drummer Anup Sastry handle the audio mix on this while he also expressed his missing of the touring life, playing

Review: “C’est La Vie” by Novelists

It’s rare that a band that have been around the block and then some get legally challenged over their name but in the case of Parisian DJentlemen Novelists who were formed as long ago as 2012 by brothers Amael and Florestan Durand, that’s exactly what happened. Forced to re-brand as “Novelists FR” during a period

Under The Influence #26: Navian on “The Way Forward” by Intervals!

Intervals is a Canadian Progressive Metal band formed in Toronto, Ontario Canada as the vessel for the work of mastermind Aaron Marshall and has featured the talents of Mike Semesky (Raunchy, ex-The HAARP Machine), Lukas Guyader (Monarchy, ex-Memoirs, ex-The HAARP Machine) and Anup Sastry (Marty Friedman, ex-Monuments, ex-Jeff Loomis, ex-Skyharbor) in the past. Having been

Review: “Unsought Salvation” by Tylor Dory Trio

Tylor Dory Trio was conceived in late 2012 by guitarist and vocalist Tylor Dory and drummer Jonathan Webster who wanted to step aside from playing in Extreme Metal bands to explore the music close to their hearts – Proggy weird stuff. The trio was completed in late 2013 after the addition of their bassist Slava