Tag: progressive metalcore

29 November 2022 / Metal
4 October 2022 / Metal

What happened to Novelists FR? They started life as an exciting progressive metalcore band and became a regular fixture at the UK Techfest. Their influence can be heard all over…

26 September 2022 / Album of the Week
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…

25 November 2021 / Metal

You can find plenty of reasons to listen to Russian metalcore. The artists never read the memo about sugar-coating their choruses with piss-weak emo melodies; they don’t base their songs…

13 July 2021 / Metal

Progressive metalcore heavyweights, Born of Osiris, are famous for having Jason Richardson as their lead guitarist on 2011’s The Discovery LP and for graduating from the same high school in…

1 April 2021 / Metal

Alabama quintet, Erra, are architects of the progressive metalcore sound sometimes referred to as ‘Sumeriancore’ due to the cluster of bands centred around Periphery and Veil of Maya on Sumerian…

24 February 2021 / Metal

Reading-based quintet, Arcaeon, are already established on the prog metal circuit with an appearance at the mighty Tech-Fest under their belt and an acclaimed EP to their name. Now ready…

26 August 2020 / Metal

West Virginia’s Curses are the latest in a long line of djent-inspired metalcore bands with a plural noun for a name (think Monuments, Currents, Reflections, Novelists FR) and a cast…

25 June 2020 / Metal

Unless you lived in a world with no internet for the last ten years, you should be aware that one person more than any other has revolutionised the metal guitar…