Tag: djent

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
21 April 2022 / Metal

Mathcore enthusiasts will know Joshua Travis as the rhythmic mastermind behind The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza. Like The Red Chord and Textures, his former band are now more of a…

19 April 2022 / Metal

Monuments are the first of the djent big three to release an album since Periphery changed the landscape with their landmark 2019 triumph, Periphery IV: Hail Stan. It’s a daunting…

7 April 2022 / Experimental
25 March 2022 / Metal

Haunted Shores have one of the most unusual evolutionary stories in metal. They started as a metalcore band led by Mark Holcomb before he left to join Periphery in 2011.…

22 March 2022 / Metal

Cincinnati’s Soul Tempest had most of their debut album ready to go by 2020, with three singles released at the height of the second Covid-19 pandemic. Maybe they wanted to…

3 March 2022 / Metal

Essex quintet, Collected, are one of those bands that second-guess your tastes. One moment you’re bouncing to an Ibanez groove metal riff, the next instant you’re pondering the definition of…

2 March 2022 / Metal

York metalcore quartet, InVisions, are one of England’s most promising acts to emerge in the last six years and have the might of Kerrang! and Metal Hammer supporting their efforts.…