Review: “Darkest Corners” by Buried Under Sky

A new project from a group of 90s Connecticut Metallic Hardcore scene veterans, Buried Under Sky have more scars than most when it comes to Metal. Having no desire to be the fastest, hardest or heaviest while sharing a love for dueling melodies and powerful rhythms, instead in “Darkest Corners” they promise to have made

NEWS: Buried Under Sky start “Extinguishing the Stars”!

A second cut from the upcoming Buried Under Sky EP “Darkest Corners” has surfaced from the blue lagoon in “Extinguishing the Stars“. For those unfamiliar the Melodic Metal  band from Connecticut who formed in 2020 comprises a whose who of the areas 90’s Metallic Hardcore scene with Ian Kauffman (ex- Red Tide, Deadeyesunder, Crossthread), Kevin

NEWS: Supergroup Buried Under Sky unveil “Darkest Corners”!

Combining the talents of Ian Kauffman (Red Tide, Deadeyesunder, Crossthread), Kevin Salvatore (Deadeyesunder), Jay McGuire (Otep, Tyrant Trooper), Charlie Sad Eyes (Crawl Below, When The Deadbolt Breaks, Animal Schoolbus), Buried Under Sky is a Melodic Metal act formed in the middle of some Global situation or other that took place in 2020 from members of

Review: “Primordial” by Divitius

Looking back at their 2017 debut album “The  Arcadian Parallel“, Portland Oregon Progressive Metal act Divitius had clearly started to find their own sound in the songs that made up the later half of the record. A 10 track affair with with some interesting ambient and textural approaches in that later half while still being a

Review: “Old Stardust, Love, and Chaos” by Juliet Ruin

Edmonton, capital of Canada’s Alberta province, sits on the North Saskatchewan River and is home to Juliet Ruin. Comprising Kent Geislinger with Guitars and Vocals, Jesse Bauman with Drums, Jess Ruin with Lead Vocals, Wesley Rands with Guitars and Cody Reid with Bass and Backing Vocals, the band have dabbled with low tuned 7 string

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Nirvana Edition

Nirvana. A name that has survived as Kurt Cobain’s legacy long after his passing. We’ve had numerous b-sides, live shows and demos from the archives as every second of the bands recorded work has been put out and Cobain’s riffs are the building blocks upon which most guitarists learn their trade. In 2011 we had

NEWS: OTEP fully announce February dates!

OTEP have now fleshed out their surprise (Jazz hands?) European Tour entitled “The Art Of Dissent” with additional dates. The UK part of the run will be from 13th to 19th February. Physco Village and tHOLA will be on the entire UK run while My Own Ghost will join in Manchester for the remainder of

NEWS: OTEP announce European Tour!

There are still around 4x UK dates and support bands to be confirmed, however OTEP have announced a European Tour in February. The shows are in support of the bands current album “Kult 45” that appeared via Napalm Records in July. 13th London, Underworld 15th Manchester, Factory 19th Edinburgh, Bannerman’s

Playlist: Joey Jordison

Joey Jordison is a drummer of legend. His run with Slipknot is one thing, but repeating it with Wednesday 13 in Murderdolls, with OTEP on “House of Secrets”, in Scar The Martyr, VIMIC & Sinsaenum is another. That’s no to mention the numerous guest appearances in the live arena, including saving Metallica‘s Download performance after