Tag: Twelve Tribes

Review: “None Shall Prevail” by Shodan

Known for blending brutality with progressive song structures and ice cold aesthetics as well as lyrics of Nihilism, Society and Psychology, Death Metal trio Shodan have been climbing the mountain to Valhalla for a decade having been conceived in Wrocław, Poland in 2013. In their time they have sharpened their blades with a two well

Throwback: “Translation of Fixes” from Twelve Tribes!

Produced by then Killswitch Engage vocalist Howard Jones, “The Rebirth Of Tragedy” was an album two years in the making when it arrived from Dayton Ohio Melodic Hardcore merchants Twelve Tribes on 1st June 2004. That was dead centre of the quintets decade long career. A document of their struggles, successes and personal growth as

Review: “Misinformed” EP by Toothless

The third studio EP from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvanians Toothless who found their footing in 2015 marks an explosion in triplicate. Taking influence from the likes of The Chariot, Everytime I Die, and The Dillinger Escape Plan, they were formed by guitarist Eric Novroski and drummer James Slattery, brought in frontman Travis Antoniello. After cycling through a

Throwback: “Vulture” by A Life Once Lost!

Releasing five albums and one EP in twelve years together, A Life Once Lost formed in 1999 in a suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, it was their third studio album in 2005 that got them the most attention. Recorded at Millbrook Sound in New York City with Anthrax guitarist Rob Caggiano and Eddie Wohl of Scrap

Review: “C’est La Vie” by Novelists

It’s rare that a band that have been around the block and then some get legally challenged over their name but in the case of Parisian DJentlemen Novelists who were formed as long ago as 2012 by brothers Amael and Florestan Durand, that’s exactly what happened. Forced to re-brand as “Novelists FR” during a period