Tag: progressive death metal

19 September 2022 / Album of the Week

Fallujah’s career is on the line with album number five. From the beginning, they ensured a frosty reception among the old school by starting out as a deathcore band in…

15 May 2022 / Features
31 March 2022 / Metal

Seldom do a band describe their music as ‘online death metal’, but transatlantic duo, Hellbore, base their existence on digital collaboration. Guitarist and composer, Matt Munro, is a British virtuoso…

30 March 2022 / Metal
10 March 2022 / Metal
18 February 2022 / Metal

Andorran prog metal favourites, Persefone, are famous for their loyal underground following and exquisite standards of musicianship. Formed in 2001, they have five albums to their name and are now…

17 January 2022 / Metal

SBR enjoyed Wilderun’s magnificent 2019 album, Veil of Imagination, and described it as akin to walking ‘through golden butterfly meadows and hostile woodland swamps.’ As a re-release on Century Media…

8 November 2021 / Metal

Whitechapel’s 2019 album, The Valley, is the definition of a career-defining record. Before that, this reviewer saw Whitechapel as one of those novelty deathcore bands that lost relevance after the…

8 October 2021 / Metal
1 October 2021 / Metal

Few bands have the distinction of inventing two sub-genres of metal, but gore-grind and melodic death metal owe their origins to the pioneering sounds of Carcass. The legendary debut from…