Two of my favourite things, Gaming and Metalcore, coming together perfectly!
A friend of mine, who I never would have pegged as a Metalfan, recently ousted herself to me by revealing her love of Sharks In Your Mouth’s last album Sacrilegious, recommended to me the American Metalcore band August Burns Red, a group that I was only familiar of by name.
And here's to you Ty, a singer, but above all a musician from California, who plays the electric guitar and the drums divinely, he’s super prolific due to his collaborations with so many bands I am not even going to mention… but I hope you will want to find out more about him after I tell you all about his latest work as a soloist with the album First Taste released August 2019.
We don't cover much Portuguese bands here at Ronon's Reviews, hell, let's be honest and say we don't get to check out a lot of nations music. But today we can at least showcase one of Portugal's underground bands: Nowhere To Be Found.
Can anything stop this young band? I think not.
Eighteen months ago I reviewed Thornhill's second EP Butterfly, and at the end I said "The sky’s the limit boys, go for it". Now I don't know if they actually read that or not (I hope they did, but doubt it... let me know dudes!), but with The Dark Pool they've definitely aimed high, and hit their mark.
What do you get when you mix the sounds of Bring Me The Horizon and early 30 Seconds to Mars, then add more than a splash of Progressiveness? A Swedish quartet called Solence who are more Alt Metal than Metalcore.