Wow these guys are legit. British Comeback Kid. This song even features Comeback Kid’s vocalist Andrew Nuefeld. Check out their new album No Cure No Saviour. It’s immense. It’s catchy. It’s heavy as fuck.
Oof this one hits hard. That whammy riff at the beginning is insane. And so are the mad crazy sweeps before that. If it wasn’t for the brutal music, these dudes would straight up look like a boy band I love it.
Just a solid straight up metalcore album. Fans of Architects, Erra, or just metalcore in general should love this one.
Happier times after those last two posts. Ryan Rumchaks of pop punk darlings Knuckle Puck holds down guitar and vocals in this side project which I think should be his main project. Knuckle Puck is busy busy these days though so I won’t hold my breath. Hopefully they are working on a full length.
Apparently I’m in a shitty mood today cause all I can listen to is deathcore. This song jams hard. Released on a group EP called The Depression Sessions, this is one of two offerings brought to you by The Acacia Strain. The other bands on the EP include Thy Art Is Murder and Fit For An Autopsy. I haven’t heard the whole EP as it is only available on Itunes, but it sounds like it’s full of sunshine and rainbows.
This is my favorite track off Despised Icon’s new record Beast. The album is their first since 2009, and they are back in full force. Deathcore with a solid hardcore influence. It bangs hard from beginning to end.
Damn these guys sound great live. The bald guitarist on the right looks like my polish friend’s dad.
“I am my biggest threat.”
These guys popped up on my Spotify discover playlist. The EP came out back in 2014, but it fits right in with 2016 melodic hardcore. If you like Departures, you’ll like this one.