Born of Osiris brings “The Simulation Tour” to NYC w/ special guests Chelsea Grin, Make Them Suffer, Kingdom of Giants, and Uncured. If you enjoy that which be heavy you are going to want to be at this one.
Rockstar Energy Drink is proud to present The Infamous Tour that brings Motionless In White to the headlining stage and finds Chelsea Grin, Stick To Your Gun, Upon This Dawning, and Crown The Empire along as supporting acts. This is sure to be a thrill a minute Metalcore show and thanks to the fine folks at Livenation, I am excited to be able to put a few of our PiercingMetal readers into the show. The event starts early and fans are not going to want to miss a second of it.
Artist: Various Artists
Title: “Artery Recordings Summer Sampler 2010”
Label: Razor & Tie Entertainment
Release Date: 9/14/2010
Genre: Heavy Metal
Artery Recordings is a relatively new label imprint that is delivering some power to the Metal scene and you might be wondering if you should pay any attention to what they are offering you as a fan of the genre. You would not be chastised for such a stance based on the incredible amount of bands already active and keeping you entertained on a regular basis. With this in mind, the fine folks over at Artery have decided to give you a ten song sampler that features five of their bands for free. Yes I said free and who doesn’t like this being the case in today’s economy. I admit to being as new to their roster as the next person so I approached this with some level of interest and wondered if I would enjoy or be able to relate some of the acts to ones that I was already listening to. I started my adventures with the two tracks from Attila and these guys had your conventional stop and start breakdowns and reminded me a little bit of a combination of both Unearth and All That Remains. I leaned to their “Girls Don’t Lie” track the most of the two. A Bullet For A Pretty Boy was next on my list and had a lot of the clean melodic vocals that seemed plagued by pain while a dark vocal bookended them. I recommend them for fans of bands like Underoath and perhaps even I Killed The Prom Queen to toss an odd name into the mix. Bury Tomorrow had a lot of similar vibe going on with ABFAPB and its safe to say that if you enjoy one, that you will enjoy the other. Chelsea Grin was not that bad with their two submissions and really was fitting into the Whitechapel way of things if I had to offer the readers some comparison. The vocals in Chelsea Grin were grating on me just a little bit when the singer went into a higher screeching register as opposed to keeping it either dark or making it more melodic. I guess I am getting fussy in my old age. I Declare War closed up my perusal of these downloads and yes I realize that I did them in alphabetical order as opposed to the way that they are on the MP3 download but this was how I-Tunes presented them to me, and will likely be the way that you enjoy them as well. These guys played a lot with the crunching and slow breakdown and I enjoyed how they did this and there are no clean vocals to be found with them, at least on these tunes. They were the most Doomish, and break something in front of you heavy for lack of a better description.
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