Tag: KoRn

Review: “Paranoia” by Mace

Originally planned as a 7 track long player with influences in Deathcore, Hardcore, Beatdown and Slam genres, Calgary Alberta Canada’s Mace (Brock Brown, Max August, Rylie Clare and Austen Lewis) started work on “Paranoia” back in October of 2019, following up a 9 track demo debut album and standalone single “Corruption“. The band had been

Review: “Fiend” by Morphiend

Keeping their collective identities and location under wraps for now, a Nu-Metalcore band going by the name Morphiend announced their signing to label We Are Triumphant with a single entitled “Dopamine“. They have now separated from their work with Chugcore Promotions, however another two singles later and we have a full EP that features a

Review: “Hindsight” by Emmure

After the resounding success of the Emmure combination of vocalist Frankie Palmeri with Glass Cloud trio Phil Lockett, Joshua Travis and Josh Miller that was 2017’s “Take A Look At Yourself” there was bound to be some fall out, if only because controversy seems to follow Palmeri around like a black cloud. So bassist Phil

Listmania: 20 of the best MTV unplugged performances ranked!

A few days after the acoustic guitar that Kurt Cobain used for the classic Nirvana MTV unplugged fetched $6m at auction, NME have ranked what they’re calling the 20 best MTV unplugged performances. It should come as no surprise that while Alice In Chains and Pearl Jam get a mention, KoRn and Stone Temple Pilots

Listmania: The 10 Worst Albums By 10 Brilliant Bands..?

Louder.com have put together “The 10 Worst Albums By 10 Brilliant Bands” which is an interesting read as some of these may actually be fans guilty pleasures. Take “Diablous In Musica” by Slayer as a prime example. Who doesn’t like “Stain Of Mind“? “Psychosocial” from “All Hope Is Gone” by Slipknot is a banger and

Review: “Domination” by IAMTHESHOTGUN

Denver, Colorado quintet IAMTHESHOTGUN have been in the Deathcore game since 2007. Formed when guitarist Bryan Pelle met Kareem Hendricks the pair became the bands backbone and song writing partnership having bonded over their mutual love of Melodic Death Metallers Dead to Fall. It took until 2011 for them to complete their team and dropped

Review: “What The Dead Men Say” by Trivium

Produced, Engineered and Mixed by Josh Wilbur (Suicide Silence, KoRn, Varials) and Mastered by Ted Jensen (Death Angel, Carnifex, Megadeth), the ninth studio album from Orlando Florida’s Trivium has been a highly anticipated affair. That is in part due to the high quality output of the bands previous albums but also with guitarist and vocalist

Review: “Become The Hunter” by Suicide Silence

Riverside Californian Deathcore titans Suicide Silence have been busy since their 2017 self titled album. A record that divided fans with its KoRn and Deftones inspirations produced by Ross Robinson, it saw vinyl copies ritualistically burned and left guitarists Chris Garza and Mark Heylmun, drummer Alex Lopez, bassist Dan Kenny and vocalist Hernan “Eddie” Hermida

NEWS: Endless Forms Most Gruesome debut “The Watchers”!

Juuso Raatikainen of Swallow the Sun has been joined by Manne Ikonen of Ghost Brigade in a project dubbed Endless Forms Most Gruesome. Absorbing influences from American bands like KoRn and Deftones manifests itself as groovy, low tuned riffs with an experimental touch. Following lyrical themes rooted in mental health issues and inner dialogues caused