Motionless In White – ‘Eternally Yours’

Motionless In White have released a new single – ‘Eternally Yours’. Here we have a song that is almost beautiful, yet the edges are so nicely roughened with the band’s usual metalcore sound that the result is a fascinating blend of the two. Continue reading Motionless In White – ‘Eternally Yours’

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Live Review: Avenged Sevenfold (Birmingham Genting, January 13th)

Just over three years ago, sixteen year-old me had discovered Avenged Sevenfold for the first time and was immediately anxious to see them live. This year that wait was finally over, and what better way for it to be fulfilled than in a massive arena following the release of a surprise album that’s still being talked about. A night of incredible performances, crazy stage productions and a massive crowd marked one of the best live performances I’ve been to. But I’m getting ahead of myself; first the supports. Continue reading Live Review: Avenged Sevenfold (Birmingham Genting, January 13th)

Avenged Sevenfold – ‘The Stage’

 

They’re back! After an excruciating 3 year wait, Avenged Sevenfold have returned to bless our ears with an awesome new song; ‘The Stage’. With this slightly longer – but by no means tedious – track of 8 minutes, A7X have silenced any fans that were skeptical of the bands next move following the slightly less successful 2013 album Hail to the King, as well as the switch from Arin Ilejay on the drums to Brook Wackerman.

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Review: Architects ‘All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us’

After the immense record that was Lost Forever // Lost Together, it was questionable whether or not Architects would be able to create an album that would be equal in quality, let alone surpass it. And whilst musically they may have not quite reached the same standard, the magic in All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us lies elsewhere. A heavy title to match its heavy track listing and heavier still lyrics, this is an album worth taking the time to listen to. Continue reading Review: Architects ‘All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us’