Djent Reviews

Enter Shikari - The Mindsweep Album Artwork
Enter Shikari – The Mindsweep (, , , , , )
14th January 2015 -

Enter Shikari are arguably one of the flagship bands in the British alternative scene and it’s even harder to believe that 2015’s The Mindsweep is their fourth studio record. Following extensive touring and festival appearances the four piece act from St. Albans are ready to unleash The Mindsweep to the world. But does it live up to the high expectations?… Read More »

No Sin Evades His Gaze – Age Of Sedation Review (, , , )
31st July 2014 -

When début single “Age Of Sedation” dropped, No Sin Evades His Gaze began to turn heads. Since then, that single has had over 45,000 YouTube hits and with their first full length – also titled “Age Of Sedation” – the tech metallers are sure to not only turn heads, but blow them. Following a slightly cheesy opening monologue proclaiming us… Read More »

The Algorithm Octopus4 Album Cover
The Algorithm – Octopus4 (, , )
28th May 2014 -

It’s all gone a bit Pete Tong as the saying goes… or has it? Could the latest album from French musician Rémi Gallego (The Algorithm) pass as music? It’s like a spaceship dissected into little bits of music, but then it’s a computer game sound track and the whole cyber space world is colliding. What is being said doesn’t even make sense… Read More »

God Forbid Equilibrium Album Cover
God Forbid – Equilibrium Review (, )
30th July 2012 -

Band: God Forbid Album: Equilibrium Record Label: Victory Records Release Date: 26th March 2012 For Fans Of: Shadows Fall, Unearth, Chimaira, Five Finger Death Punch, Killswitch Engage God Forbid are a band who have been around for some time now and flirted confidently with the upper echelons of success in the metal world on more than one occasion but for… Read More »

Attack Attack! – This Means War (, , , , )
4th February 2012 -

Attack Attack! (US), the Ohio metalcore band credited (or should that be blamed?) for the creation of crabcore are back with their more ‘mature’ sound. The thing is, their more ‘mature’ sound is djent. Yep that’s right, everyone’s favourite generic scenecore band have jumped on 2010’s latest bandwagon. First off, take a look at the album cover. It looks like… Read More »