Heavy Rewind: 36 Crazyfists – A Snow Capped Romance

36 Crazyfists has always been a band that hasn’t achieved huge popularity, but they have proven time and time again that solid songwriting and musicianship aren’t tied to any particular genre. What makes A Snow Capped Romance so good, aside from its stellar songwriting, is the way the band is able to convey heavy emotions without becoming melodramatic in the process.

Episode 16 – The Great Southern Careerkill

Welcome back to HPIHC! Eden’s back, and thus we’re back on track! Of course we talk about Phil Anselmo’s transgressions and the fallout that followed, new music from Skuggsja, Voivod and Killswitch Engage. Of course, there’s more Tidal shenanigans (involving Rihanna this time), then we go into our usual discussions. This time it’s about the material that supplements the experience of an album, be it music videos or supplementary material like liner notes, companion books and such. Finally we talk about the legendary Fredrik Nordstrom. Enjoy!

The Anatomy Of: Aegaeon

Aegaeon’s brand of spacey, heavy deathcore hits hard in all the right places: their powerful combination of reverberating, washed-out leads and almost over-the-top chug-heavy rhythms carries a planet’s worth of weight behind it, and it’s certainly earned them quite the following. Tracks like “The Integral Path”, the band’s newest single, show…