Metalcore Reviews

Modern Error - Lost In The Noise Album Cover Art
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Modern Error – Lost In The Noise (, )
6th March 2019 -

Metalcore is a very different beast to its original guise. Compared the heady days of the pioneering work of Vision of Disorder and Integrity, the subgenre bears little resemblance to its former form. There’s a very valid point to be argued that this is a regression. The distinction often has to be made for the sake of pedantry that there… Read More »

While She Sleeps - So What Album Cover Artwork
8.5
While She Sleeps – So What? (, )
26th February 2019 -

While She Sleeps are a band who’ve always done things their own way. After leaving their label and going fully independent for the majestic You Are We (one of only a handful of albums to achieve a perfect 10 score here at Rock Sins when it came out two years ago), the band have continued carving their own path. With… Read More »

Blood Youth Starve Album Cover Artwork
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Blood Youth – Starve (, )
21st February 2019 -

Blood Youth’s 2017 debut Beyond Repair was an impressive first attempt at a full length from the band. It might have been a little bit on the safe side but demonstrated the band know exactly what they are doing when it comes to metalcore. Now with their second full length album Starve the band are looking to step beyond the comfort zone they… Read More »

As Everything Unfolds - Closure EP Cover
6.5
As Everything Unfolds – Closure EP (, , )
15th October 2018 -

Sitting musically somewhere between Dream State, Enter Shikari and That’s The Spirit-era Bring Me The Horizon with a dash of metalcore, Buckinghamshire six piece As Everything Unfolds have been building up to the release of their new EP Closure for the last several months. The EP’s release is upon us next week, so it is time for Rock Sins to… Read More »

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Beartooth – Disease (, , )
24th September 2018 -

Beartooth have always been a cut above the rest of the bands in their scene. With an energy and passion that can only be described as explosive and a frontman in Caleb Shomo who is both enigmatic and vulnerable as well as hugely relatable, it’s no wonder they have such a dedicated fanbase. Their previous album ‘Aggressive’ widened their scope… Read More »