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Album Review: Anamorph – “Lucid”

Anamorph…need I say more?! This North Carolina quartet is coming out with their new album on September 6th called Lucid. This is Anamorph’s third album following 2015’s album Orbis and 2014’s album Biomechanical Amalgamation. They currently have four singles out now, Reverie, Breakthrough!, Sublimate, and Overcome. Reverie starts the album off with you nodding your …

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SHOKRAN release third full length album, “Ethereal” score #2 on U.S iTunes Top 100 Heavy Metal Albums

Progressive Metal Band SHOKRAN has released their newest full length album, ETHEREAL. Released on February 8th, Ethereal immediately blew fans away, debuting at #2 on the U.S iTunes Top 100 Heavy metal Albums. “It’s been a while since our last release, *Exodus*. We took our time, we honed our musical skills, and we are very proud …

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EVERY HOUR KILLS Releases Official Music Video for “Aldebaran”

Progressive Metal band EVERY HOUR KILLS has released the official music video for “Aldebaran,” off of their July 6th released EP, Fragile Machine. Featuring Renny Carroll (Flux Conduct), Daniele Gottardo, Andrew Ivashchenko (Shokran), Mattias IA Eklundh, Mark Haggblad (Unveil the Strength), Paul Wardingham, Jonathan Thorpenberg (The Unguided), David Chunn (Vallite), and Andy James, the “Aldebaran” video was created by Blender Foundation / Netherlands Media Art Institute. “The new EP titled …

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Eevry Hour Kills Releases New Single, “Illusorian,” Off of Upcoming EP, ‘Fragile Machine’!

Progressive Metal band EVERY HOUR KILLS has released a new single, “Illusorian,” off of their upcoming EP, Fragile Machine. Originally premiered on Gear Gods, “Illusorian” features Andrew Ivashchenko (Shokran) and Mattias IA Eklundh. “The new EP titled ‘Fragile Machine‘ to be released on July 6th 2018, explores the questions of …

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Album Review: Tesseract – Sonder

Having cemented themselves as one of the staples of djent, the U.K.’s Tesseract have returned with their fourth LP, Sonder, a captivating work of metal that demonstrates the band’s continued pursuit to blur genre boundaries. Given that Tesseract’s already renowned discography has effectively raised expectations for their future projects, longtime …

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