Tag: The Void

Review: “Elemental Binding” by Crown of Madness

Returning with a sophomore EP in “Elemental Binding” less than eleven months after they opened the gates of Hell and unleashed their debut “The Void” are dissonant Death Metal duo Crown Of Madness. That first effort from the Vancouver British Columbia Canada based pairing saw them bring forth elements of harrowing Black Metal, Technical Death

NEWS: Crown of Madness unveil “Immortal Eyes”!

Featuring a guest solo from Matthew Pancoust of Truent, the first track “Immortal Eyes” from “Elemental Binding“, the sophomore EP from Vancouver dissonant Death Metal collective Crown of Madness has premiered. It appears with the subliminal suggestion that the band are already working on a debut full length album and follows well received debut EP

Review: “The Void” by Crown of Madness

Written by an axis of evil in vocalist, guitarist Sunshine Schneider and drummer Connor Gordon “The Void” is the first work of Crown Of Madness, a band seeking to bring beauty into dissonance with heavy riffs and dark melodies encapsulated in a shroud of Death Metal. Inspired by games like Dark Souls, Bloodborne and World

NEWS: A blood stained hymn sheet for Crown Of Madness?

Hailing from Vancouver Canada, Crown Of Madness are set to bring dark and dissonant Blackened Death Metal night terrors to the heathen masses with debut EP “The Void” on 25th March. Finding inspiration from their love of fantasy RPGs, drawing heavily from Dark Souls, Bloodborne, and World of Warcraft, the second single they have chosen

NEWS: Crown of Madness join “The Manipulated”!

Offering a dramatic flair and raw emotion to the world of Death Metal with dark beauty and dissonance are Crown of Madness who are preparing for the release of their debut EP “The Void” with single “The Manipulated”. Taking inspiration from dark fantasy games like Dark Souls and Bloodbourne as well as World Of Warcraft

Riff Police! Pull Over! #9: Hatebreed Vs Light The Fire!

It has to be said that Hatebreed have plenty of critics. Some say that they’re a cookie cutter hardcore band. Others say that Jamey Jasta has a lack of range as a frontman. Meh. What Hatebreed do deliver for the most part is mosh worthy music – and we would defy anyone to sit through an