El Ten Eleven – Banker’s Hill

The creative process is such a fascinating part of the human condition. Whether it’s writing, songwriting, filmmaking, speech, or any number of other creative pursuits, the process of making something just to make it is so uniquely human and yet completely out of grasp to understand until you do it.…

Hey! Listen to A Mobius Knot!

We Heavy Bloggers are a loosely defined bunch; our tastes range from all across the gamut of metal and beyond. But if you’d like to see pretty much all of us react in the same way (that is, fleeing or crying for mercy) you could try saying the following words: “hey, I have this instrumental djent album I’d like you listen to and the year is 2018”. Much shrieking and the covering of ears is bound to ensue. However, in spite of what I just said, I’m here to recommend you an album that’s exactly that, an instrumental djent album released in this, the . But ah, there’s just one more thing: it also features fully fleshed out and beautifully composed folk guitars. Intrigued? Let’s jump into A Mobius Knot.