At the 'core' of my time here at Heavy Blog, I've focused on the louder and dirtier genres of music, leaving the pretty stuff for others; and the black and death for folks with better opinions). My only resolu... Read More...
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Heaven Shall Burn's career has seen a lot happen over the course of sixteen years. They've always maintained that archetypal German hard-working attitude as a band and that definitely shows in their productivity rate. Back in 2006, their fourth album Deaf to Our Prayers was considered one of the pivotal albums that blend hardcore influences with death metal to produce crushing results. The same design was used to create Iconoclast (Part I: The Final Resistance) and Invictus. This is where people, myself included, can get a bit argumentative. Using the same formula is quite the double edged weapon because it's usually a hit or miss affair. So now with three years culminating to a period long enough to push Invictus to the background a little, album number seven Veto gets to see the light.
Heaven Shall Burn Release New Song, Details About Release