greylinecover1

Greyline – Behind the Masquerade

Categories: Reviews
Comments: No Comments
Published on: June 13, 2011

Well.. let me start off by saying “Wow.” Having never heard Greyline before, I wasn’t too sure what to expect. But their latest release, Behind the Masquerade (2010) was really a pleasant surprise, considering I don’t find myself impressed by new music all that often. From the very beginning of [...]

Aren't you bored with all this pop music in the TV & Internet nowadays? We sure are, that's why we have decided to give step mom videos website a go. Check the quality music.

in-progress

In Progress – Signal Failure

Categories: Reviews
Comments: No Comments
Published on: June 12, 2011

Signal Failure is the debut album by US progressive rock/metal duo Jake Rosenberg and John Dillon under the name In Progress. Mark Zonder (Slavior/ex-Fates Warning) plays drums on this album. The album is all about modern progressive rock with two central elements: synthesizer arpeggios and aggressive guitar chords. Sadly, instead [...]

36427_in_flames_sounds_of_a_playground_fading

In Flames – Sounds Of A Playground Fading

Categories: Reviews
Comments: No Comments
Published on: June 10, 2011

I get a bad feeling when I see a similarity of timings of tracks on an album. Usually it means the songs are a bit samey, and that is exactly the case with this new In Flames album. However, samey isn’t always a bad thing. It can suggest a consistent [...]

Digital Veil

The Human Abstract – Digital Veil

by Tony
Categories: Reviews
Comments: No Comments
Published on: June 9, 2011

The Human Abstract is a progressive metal band out of Los Angeles, California known for not only technical skill but songwriting prowess. After some lineup changes and a switch to a new record label E1 Music, the band has finally released their newest album Digital Veil on March 8, 2011. [...]

Running Out of Daylight

The Living Fields – Running Out Of Daylight

by Mat
Categories: Reviews
Comments: No Comments
Published on: June 6, 2011

If you’d spent the last decade doing the same thing with little reward or recognition, no one would blame you if you decided that perhaps you should give things up and try something a bit different. It’s to their credit, therefore that US based Doom merchants The Living Fields didn’t [...]

while-heaven-wept-fear-of-infinity

While Heaven Wept – Fear Of Infinity

Categories: Reviews
Comments: No Comments
Published on: June 6, 2011

Virginian metallers, While Heaven Wept, hold a special place in my heart – but I don’t need to go into why. That’s a conversation for another time. I first became a fan on hearing Vast Oceans Lachrymose, their epic doom release of 2009. I fell in love with it, and went [...]

devin-townsend-ghost-300x300

Devin Townsend Project – Ghost

Categories: Reviews
Comments: No Comments
Published on: June 6, 2011

Released as the fourth and final chapter in the Devin Townsend Project, Ghost displays Townsend’s courage in unveiling an album of truly uplifting and joyous music. The project itself was conceived after his son was born in 2006, and Townsend made the decision to abstain from a familiar lifestyle of alcohol [...]

DeconstructionDevin

Devin Townsend Project – Deconstruction

Many fans lamented the day Devin Towsend closed the book on Strapping Young Lad. Especially with City (1997) and Alien (2005) are landmark records when it comes to sheer sonic violence. He got his act together and started to work on a four album endeavor under the Devin Townsend Project [...]

unexpectfablesoftheslee

Unexpect – Fables of the Sleepless Empire

Categories: Reviews
Comments: No Comments
Published on: June 4, 2011

I have been expectantly waiting for this album for a very long time. The first time I heard Unexpect, it was about 1:30 in the morning. Intrepid Hellbound.ca photographer Adam Wills and I were driving back from Buffalo, NY, where we had seen Krallice, Bloody Panda, and Portal, a show [...]

Riverside-Memories-In-My-Head

Riverside – Memories In My Head

Categories: Reviews
Comments: No Comments
Published on: June 3, 2011

Over the years Riverside has become one of my favorite bands in the progressive rock and metal realm. It’s not like they’re doing anything radically different or particularly revolutionary, but their music has this delicate melancholic touch few others have. The band celebrates its tenth birthday this year and in [...]