Metalcore Reviews

The Devil Wears Prada - Transit Blues Album Artwork
The Devil Wears Prada – Transit Blues (, )
16th January 2017 -

The Devil Wears Prada are for my money the most unappreciated band of the current metalcore era. They have been consistently brilliant since turning a corner in 2010 with their fantastic ‘Zombie’ e.p and haven’t looked back since. Their latest album Transit Blues is keen to carry on the band’s streak of brilliance, albeit with a more restrained sound than… Read More »

Every Time I Die – Low Teens (, )
18th November 2016 -

Every Time I Die have only gone and done it again. Eighteen years since their conception and they’re still the absolute juggernaut that they’ve always been, delivering yet again with album number eight. ‘Low Teens’ opens with a very unnerving riff that carries on throughout the opening track ‘Fear and Trembling’ before Keith Buckley spits the first vocals and the song… Read More »

Attila – Chaos (, , )
8th November 2016 -

Music fans can rejoice, everyone’s favourite misogynistic deathcore boys Attila are back with a brand new album.

Carcer City – Infinite // Unknown (, )
31st August 2016 -

Carcer City are a five piece metalcore band from Liverpool. Infinite // Unknown is their fourth album and their best to date. The band keep things fairly straightforward on this album, focusing on burying catchy melodies in heavy, drop tuned songs. Thankfully, Carcer City are one of the more unusual metalcore bands of this generation; they largely eschew the shouted… Read More »

2nd May 2016 -

Swim to Drown are a new group bursting out of the Spanish city of Zaragoza. While there is not much information on them at the moment, they have just released their debut EP and boy is it a cracker. Jumping in on the nu metal revival of recent years, Swim to Drown have set out to combine the best elements… Read More »