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The 4 Faves of July (Jessica)

Posted by longhairedpoet on Friday, August 3, 2018 at 4:19 PM (PST)

July was a hectic month for me. I spent a week out of town, I finished up a summer class, and the past few days I’ve been playing a lot of Crash Bandicoot. But as always, I’ve tried to compile a list of the albums that I thought were the best of the best for the month. This month’s list was a little harder to get together than previous months, there were some misses I wasn’t expecting to miss, and not as many ones I hitting that I didn’t expect to make up for it. The following list is in no particular order.

1. First on the list, the one that was a surprise for me, is Bongripper’s Terminal. In the age of sludge, grunge, post-, noise doom metal it’s always nice to hear something truly, seismically heavy and slow. The two songs on this album are “Slow” and “Death” and they have a combined playtime of 43 minutes. As I prepare for another hectic academic year of getting my ass kicked by grad school, I’m excited that in moments when I need to slow down, I’ll have Terminal to drag me along. All the better with fall imminent. Head over to Bongripper’s Bandcamp to stream Terminal, where you can download it at “name your own price.”

2. Any list I make isn’t going to be complete without at least one -core album, and this one will have three! The first is Bury Tomorrow‘s Black Flame. This album is pretty standard metalcore fare, chugging and riffing along, interchanging between clean and growled vocals. The title track probably stands out the most for me.

3.  Next on the list is Chelsea Grin‘s Eternal Nightmare. Ever since Suicide Silence’s self-titled album last year, I’ve been hungry for good deathcore stylings (not that this is a stab at Suicide Silence, I always support bands pursuing the sounds they want to go for, it just wasn’t for me). Chelsea Grin offer pretty great deathcore with this album. Though this album features an iteration of Chelsea Grin without any of the founding members, former Lorna Shore vocalist, Tom Barber, the newest edition to the band, brings a fantastic performance. My favorite track off the album is “See You Soon.”

4. Last on the list is Within The RuinsWorld Undone EP. This two song EP follows the band’s release last year of Halfway Human. Within The Ruins’ style of proggy metalcore is about the only way I get into prog metal. Check out the EP’s title track.

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Chelsea Grin release “See You Soon”

Posted by longhairedpoet on Friday, June 15, 2018 at 12:45 PM (PST)

Utah deathcore metallers Chelsea Grin have released their latest song “See You Soon.”

“See You Soon” comes off the band’s upcoming album Eternal Nightmare, which is out July 13 via Rise Records.

The band will be hitting the road, joining the last cross-country Warped Tour, starting on June 21.

This will be the band’s first album with Tom Barber as vocalist.

You can check out “See You Soon,” Eternal Nightmare cover art and the full statement from the band on the line-up change and the new album here.

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Show Review: The Vans Warped Tour 2014

Posted by XxCrashQueenxX on Saturday, June 28, 2014 at 7:09 PM (PST)

WT Punk rock summer camp…wasn’t so punk rock. The Vans Warped Tour rolled into town on June 20th in Pomona, CA. The Warped Tour line up this year is made up of heavier bands, but punk bands? Not so much. (I’m not complaining).

Click here to read more.

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Chelsea Grin release new song

Posted by XxCrashQueenxX on Wednesday, December 18, 2013 at 1:14 PM (PST)

CG Grindcorel rockers Chelsea Grin have released a new song. The song is titled “Letters” and according to the band:

“Letters is not the heaviest, nor the most technical song on our new record. We felt like it was a good “middle ground” song. There are 15 songs on the new CD, so if you want heavier, you’ll get much heavier.”

For more information and the video for “Letters” click here.

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