Metalcore Reviews

Of Mice & Men - Defy Album Cover Artwork
Of Mice & Men – Defy (, )
18th January 2018 -

Going in to the recording of Defy, Of Mice & Men may have seemed like a band with their backs against the wall. This album, their fifth, would be the first without Vocalist Austin Carlisle, so the world was waiting to see where they went next. The Lineup change aside, Defy is business as usual for Of Mice & Men…. Read More »

Eskimo Callboy – The Scene (, )
5th September 2017 -

Eskimo Callboy first exploded onto the internet thanks to viral sensation “Is Anyone Up,” five years ago. The song, named after an anonymous revenge porn website, which featured astoundingly insensitive lyrics like: “your pussy, your boobies, on the world wide web,” and “I’ve lost my ability to infatuate hot chicks,” crooned in a voice-distorting autotune, remains their biggest (and best)… Read More »

In This Moment Ritual Album Cover
In This Moment – Ritual (, , )
9th August 2017 -

Maria Brink is a frontwoman for all seasons. With each passing In This Moment there is a new look and some form of new element added to the band’s arsenal. Going from being a straight ahead metalcore act they have filtered their sound through industrial, metal and more polished pop metal leanings over the years. they even flirted with a bit of… Read More »

Crossfaith - Freedom EP Artwork
Crossfaith – Freedom EP (, , )
4th August 2017 -

Crossfaith are back with a brand new three track EP. Following on from last years EP, Crossfaith are keeping a steady stream of new music coming before they release a new full length. One of the biggest criticisms of Crossfaith is that they have never quite matched their insane live shows on record, with the exception of their breakthrough Zion EP…. Read More »

Death Remains – Destroy / Rebuild (, )
5th June 2017 -

When a name like Death Remains you know you’re not about to listen to a pop-punk band. Hailing from England’s capital city, the end of April saw Death Remains release their sophomore album Destroy / Rebuild. Seemingly influenced by the likes of early Killswitch Engage, this second album does everything it can to expand upon Stand.Fight.Believe and the only place… Read More »