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Born of Osiris “The Discovery”

Born of Osiris - The Discovery

Before I get into the review, I just wanted to let it be known that this album completely made me change my mind about Born of Osiris. Back when people were saying “Fucking Bow Down” I was saying “Fucking Shut Up.” I am proud to say that these guys have …

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What’s Left Of Her “Perceptions”

What's Left Of Her - Perceptions

“Never judge a book by its cover”… or title, for that matter.  When I received What’s Left Of Her’s debut album Perceptions, I went into an immediate face palm – a band name like that raised all kinds of red flags.  Still, I soldiered on with the review, and I’m …

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Born of Osiris with Lee McKinney

Born of Osiris

The name of the band Born of Osiris, is interesting to say the least and sounds as if there is a story behind it. Where did the name come from and what is the story? The name was brought to us by our label, they presented the name when we …

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Hester Prynne “The Goswell Divorce”

Hester Prynne - The Goswell Divorce

Hester Prynne is a prime example of why the current deathcore scene still has a chance at credibility.  Before I get too far ahead of myself, I want to make sure that I specify that I am getting sick and tired of using “deathcore” as a genre-describing adjective for pretty …

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Top Nine Deathcore Albums

The Modern Age Slavery - Damned To Blindness

I decided I would make a random list of deathcore albums that haven’t left my iPhone for months now, and well since the deathcore scene pretty much releases 100 shitty records a week, I figured I would highlight my favorites. These are not necessarily in order my “favorite” but in …

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In the Midst of Lions

Can you briefly summarize how the band formed and what you do in In the Midst of Lions? All of us are originally from different parts of Missouri. The original members of Ryan, Matt, Louis, and Lance formed a band and moved to St. Louis. They were looking for a …

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Seneca “Reflections”

Seneca - Reflections

Deathcore has quickly become the new metalcore, and it’s not far from bursting at the seams.  It seems as if every day, a new act gets together and starts trying to make a name for themselves in the genre.  And why shouldn’t they?  It’s the current best of all worlds …

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Whisteria Cottage with Mike

The name of the band Whisteria Cottage, is interesting to say the least and sounds as if there is a story behind it. Where did the name come from and what is the story? M-  The name is based off of serial killer albert fish. He was a sadist and …

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