Heavy Blog’s Top 25 Albums of 2018 (So Far)

Midpoint. Half in, half out. Shadow. A divide. Balance. The semantic milieu surrounding stuff that’s divided 50/50 is incredibly rich; it opens some of the greatest cultural creations of all time (“Midway upon the journey of our life / I found myself within a forest dark” – Dante’s The Inferno) and…

129 – Always Be Content-ing

This week we have little new news, so we talk about the year so far. The few news items we have are the new Mask of Judas album, the new First Fragment Drummer, and upcoming Black Fast material. Then we talk about a bunch of albums from this year, and play “Will you forget this in 6 month or 6 years”? Finally, cool people time with Vampyr, Brooklyn Nine Nine, and Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams. Enjoy!

Mask of Judas – The Mesmerist

If it feels like Mask of Judas’ debut album has been a long time coming, it’s because it has. Active since the start of the decade, appearing at the inaugural Tech Fest in 2012 and releasing the Axis EP in 2013, they established themselves at the heavier end of the…

Check Out Mask of Judas

While having a djent tone is becoming the new thing to do, there is certainly some quality to still be found with the expansion of this style. Enter Mask of Judas. Originality isn’t the fronrunner here, but the execution is pretty good and I really enjoyed listening to it. Thanks to…