What has been wonderful is, even though it was Cammie’s vocals that drew me in, it’s the entire package that keeps bringing me back, and making this album one of my most listened to this year, on a playlist stuffed full of black metal, death metal, and grindcore.
They listen to the abnormal and love it, now they play it and revel in it.
They are a jewel and they play with energy conveying a fiery presentation that completely revels the listener making them ready to push past what could be considered inside the domain of solace.
Interview with Laurentian Tides and their full set from the In The Wake Of The Great Collapse album release show.
Always a visionary project, Today Is The Day shows a deep and abiding maturity on No Good To Anyone.
Scorching solos, bone crushing chord progressions, and hanging onto one note so long it makes an uncomfortably long Family Guy joke look tame
With a little rap metal style, Bonesteel’s music provides real-life lyrics backed by catchy, powerful hooks.