Here we go kids, It's my first list of the end of year series and like I normally do, I'm starting with albums and EPs. Since my major musical kick at the moment (and has been for a few years now) is Metalcore, the genre dominates this list, but as you know, I love a good twist and have a few surprises up my sleeve here for ya!
Blacks0n’s Cry for Inspiration is truly a lovable monster of an EP.
Back on the 2nd of July we checked out Blacks0n, the Italian Prog Deathcore two piece and their latest single ‘Nowhere To Run’, where I told you I was super pumped for their EP Cry for Inspiration, such was the impression of the first two tracks the
The introductory sampler that stood the test of time.
For our very first review of Ronon’s Reviews 2.0 I’ve decided you guys need to know more about Crossfaith, and as you seasoned readers will know, is one of my favourite acts since I discovered their epic EX_MACHINA album last year. But today I’ll be taking you back to 2012, the 20th of June to be exact, when they released the EP Zion.
Henceforth I'm promoting Mags to head of A&R!
A few weeks ago, Mags tagged me on Instagram of a video of a band doing a cover of Linkin Park’s ’From The Inside’, I was blown away, to say the least. The group in question was October Ends, a 4 piece Melodic Metalcore outfit from Newcastle, right here in the UK.
I downloaded their latest EP, A New Path straight away and I've been enjoying it since; can't say the rest of my workmates think the same, but screw 'em... they're not Metalheads, so they have no taste!
After being bugged on social media for so long about doing some new Nine Inch Nails, Trent Reznor decided to silence his fans in the best way possible, by releasing 3 EPs in quick succession. Add Violence is the second in the line-up and is the perfect taste of what NIN is all about. Not that Trent has been sitting idly by all this time, he has made quite a name for himself in the film industry composing movie’s scores.