Last summer saw Calgary Alberta Canada’s Mace cut down their ambitions for a 7 track long player of Metallic Hardcore laced with Deathcore, Beatdown and Slam influences and instead unveil “Paranoia“, consisting of five blistering tracks including “Narcissist” that features a guest vocal appearance from Jesse Bartlet of Infidus. Eight months on and in the absence of
After last summers heavy hitting EP “Paranoia” from Calgary Alberta Canadians Mace, who love fuse Metallic Hardcore with Death Metal and Deathcore to enhance the strength of their Adamantium skeleton, came “Suffocating“. A new three track offering recorded and mixed by Scott Oliphant and mastered by Tom Gormley to not only raise the roof, but
Calgary Alberta Canada’s Mace have returned to their EP “Paranoia” which crosses Beatdown Hardcore with a little bit of Deathcore spice to extract “Solitary Confinement“, a track which Sylvester Stallone endorsed in Escape for a music video. Recorded with Scott Oliphant from Colossus Audio Productions (Infidus), the EP was originally intended to be a full album but… Global Pandemic.
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