For those not in the know, it’s time for us to spin you some yarn. You see Metal Noise was created in the aftermath of Tech-Fest in 2017, it was inspired by the four days of wall to wall Metal and so you could say that Metal Noise would not exist if it wasn’t for
Inspired by the sounds of classic Nintendo, Oslo Norway Progressive Metal trio Navian have let their drummer record a playthrough video for “Schoolyard” from their impressive little EP “Reset“. Why you ask? Because unless it’s a playthrough, no one ever takes photographs of the drummer…
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
One of those releases that takes you by surprise, “Reset” by Navian is a thing of intricate video game inspired beautiful soundscapes that belong on the next Nintendo adventure. So here’s a bass playthrough of “Schoolyard” from the Oslo Norway residents. Check out our review of the EP if you’ve got a few minutes.
An instrumental trio from Oslo Norway, Martin, Ola and Alex are inspired by the likes of Animals As Leaders and Covet to create their own Technical Melodies and hooks for Navian. Oh and they love Nintendo. If that wasn’t obvious from the title of opening track “Multiplayer” then it should be obvious from the funky bright