Having delayed the release of “Piranha or Whale?” in order to record “something special”, we’ve had to wait a couple of weeks to review the latest offering from Tomsk Serbian female fronted Death Metallers Dehydrated. They’ve been around for the past 5 years with a trio of albums (2010’s “Duality of Existence”, 2012’s “Zone Beneath
One album that has evaded our review radar over the past couple of years has been “III: Select Difficulty Level” by Periphery. We say evaded – we should have reviewed it, it’s a 9/10 album in our eyes, one which took us to the O2 Forum in Kentish Town, London to see them with Destrage
Created with the help of Fredrik Nordström (I Killed The Prom Queen, Arch Enemy, Dark Tranquility, Architects) handling mixing and mastering duties and Robert Kukla recording and producing the album with the band at Obisidan Recording Studios, “Above Empires” is the third studio album from Aktaion. Hailing from Halmstad, Sweden they released their debut album
The highly anticipated follow-up to 2017’s critically acclaimed “Peace In Our Time” from Northampton Metallers Krysthla is one that was recorded at Initiate Audio and Media Recording Studios with Guitarist Neil Hudson at the helm as not only the Producer but also handling the Engineering, Mixing and Mastering duties. That fact can only mean that
It’s been 3 months since their previous EP “Q2” and having featured guest appearances from John Henry of Darkest Hour and Rob Fusco of One King Down and Most Precious Blood on “Q1”, Mind Power from Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania who feature former members of A Life Once Lost, Dead End Path, Ligeia and Bring The Heat have brought “Q3” to the plate with a guest appearance
DJent pioneers Meshuggah were caught on camera on 26th April at Teatro Coliseo in Santiago Chile. This full set includes “Rational Gaze” and “Bleed”. The band will play only one UK show this year – at Arctangent Festival on 17th August.
Their sixth studio album in 13 years, “Evergreen” marks the band’s first release with the bassist Adrian Oropeza. He replaced original bassist Lerichard “Lee” Foral in 2016 and was named the bands full time bassist having toured with After The Burial for 12 months of the “Dig Deep” album cycle. A progressive metalcore band from
Have you ever wondered what it would sound like is Meshuggah did a Pantera cover? Well wonder no more! Hailing from Oslo Norway is Morten Muller, a dude running Bog Studios. He’s ripped up the rule book and recorded a version of “F***ing Hostile” that is a brutal as it gets. He’s done a few more
In a surprise move, Bristol’s ArcTanGent Festival have announced one of their headlining acts for the 2019 incarnation of the event. Having kept their cards close to their chest with the 2018 incarnation, the coup of getting the DJent pioneers and highly influential Meshuggah as a “UK exclusive, only UK 2019 show” seem to have gone
“Obey your Remastered! (Remastered!)… Remaster of puppets I’m pulling your strings, Twisting your mind and smashing your dreams, Blinded by me, you can’t see a thing, Just call my name, ’cause I’ll hear you scream. Remaster!” That’s right. Ahdy Khairat has remastered the Meshuggah classic “Dancers to a Discordant System”, a DJent masterclass!