Alternate Ending; Revisiting Woods 5

Back in February I reviewed the latest and probably final record from Canadian doom band, Woods of Ypres. It was both a review and a final piece of mourning for the passing of founding member David Gold, who died in a car accident late last year. I discussed the various merits of the album, and in the end claimed it was the band’s strongest effort, and easily deserving a five out of five on the site.

Whitechapel Studio Updates: Now Viral

Whitechapel are among my favorite bands, playing one of the more cohesive styles of deathcore out there, not laden with breakdowns or chugs. For some reason, they have always stepped it up from record to record, but still keep their signature sound. With the majority of bands heading down the…

Periphery Sophomore Album Release Date Confirmed; More Guest Solos Announced

Yesterday, the web went abuzz with Revolver Magazine’s advertisement for Periphery’s sophomore album giving the release date before any official announcement was made. Since the cat’s out of the bag, the band confirmed the news via Guitar World with some additional news: Holcomb also confirmed Petrucci’s appearance, as well as…