Aenimus – Dreamcatcher

It’s mildly surprising that not a lot of bands have tried to recreate the sound of 2008-2011 era progressive metalcore, also known as “Sumeriancore” for the label that came to define the sound. Sure, many have iterated on the sound and developed their own on top, but there haven’t been a lot of proper throwbacks. It seems oddly fitting for Aenimus to be the band to do it, as their sophomore album Dreamcatcher is their first since 2013. Not only does Dreamcatcher bring the beat of the genre back to life, it also exudes six years’ worth of creativity as well, and is a very satisfying return to a genre that’s missed sorely by many.

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While She Sleeps – So What?

While She Sleeps have received considerable popular and critical acclaim throughout their career. Yet they also remain one of modern metal’s most underrated acts. Each of the band’s albums has been the subject of substantial anticipation and praise in the lead up to their release, and the band have not…

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