Undergo The ‘Process Of Drowning‘ With Bermuda

It’s been a good year since the release of The Wandering, the debut album from Californian deathcore group Bermuda. But that hasn’t stopped them supporting it, with the release of a new video for, one of my personal favourites from the record, ‘Process Of Drowning’. It’s nothing too lavish, consisting entirely of…

Aegaeon – Being

To a certain degree, deathcore is fucking dead. It’s true. As a collective, we are fickle people with short attention spans, there’s nothing wrong with that. If you want page hits and controversy, you rag on djent instead; it’s fairly simple. Gone are the heydays days where the mere mention of Oceano would cause panties to knot into a near singularity and where Whitechapel were known only as a band who carried around extra guitarists rather than a chorus pedal. Interestingly in last few months, the latter have gone above and beyond service and crossed the border into the hallowed halls of ‘acceptability’ for the average, discerning metalhead. With that in mind, we now enter the stage of metamorphosis for deathcore, where the once fertile grounds have become a corpse-strewn wasteland with only those that actually had any substance in the first place, rising to the top.

Bermuda – The Wandering

Bermuda The Wandering 01. Intuitions 02. Process of Drowning 03. Invictus, Unconquered 04. In Trenches 05. Lost at Sea 06. Sachael 07. Gamorrah Reborn 08. Lagrange Pointe 09. The Wandering 10. Polaris Breach 11. Obstruction [05/08/12] [Mediaskare Records] To put it simply: Oxnard, California’s Bermuda are one of the heaviest…