Tag: djent

24 January 2023 / Metal

Norwegian noise terrorists, Frostbitt, aim to disrupt. Their music is as iconoclastic as metal can be with riffs that resemble dupstep drops and glitchy squeal effects that sound like a…

29 November 2022 / Metal
10 November 2022 / Metal
8 November 2022 / Metal

Switzerland metalcore quintet, Ascends, started under the name I, The Deceiver but changed it to their current moniker in 2015 with the arrival of Marco Romero on vocals. Like many…

10 August 2022 / Metal

Swedish multi-instrumentalist, Niklas Runstad, thinks of musical composition before he goes to bed at night. It’s the first thing on his mind when he wakes up in the morning. He…

6 July 2022 / Experimental

Kyle Neeley and Paul Christiansen formed Pathos & Logos in 2018 after their main musical project went into hibernation. As an instrumental duo, they piqued the attention of the prog…

15 June 2022 / Metal
6 May 2022 / Metal

Sydney quartet, Northlane, are one of the more interesting metalcore bands that evolved their sound over the last few years away from the formulaic to the experimental. Unlike Bring Me…

3 May 2022 / Features

Islington Assembly Hall, London, 30 April 2022 Lead photograph by Karolina Malyan Those that listened to the new Monuments record will be keen to see if vocalist, Andy Cizek, can…

27 April 2022 / Metal