Northlane – Alien

Northlane have been rising through the progressive metalcore ranks with each album they've released since 2011. Once they acquired multi-faceted frontman Marcus Bridge in 2015, it seemed the band were destined ... Read More...

Periphery – Periphery IV: HAIL STAN

It's 2019, and Periphery are untethered by third-party oversight and have complete creative freedom. One would expect, given their memey and not-so-serious aesthetic and progressive-leaning musical nature, that they must have not had much oversight from their previous label Sumerian Records to begin with; after all, much of the music that Periphery were releasing under Sumerian had a paper trail of demos from the Bulb Soundclick demo era of the band, and the output was always super consistent in terms of quality and musical direction, so it was easy to just assume that the band called their own shots.

Monuments – Phronesis

If there were ever to be a 'Big Four' of modern Djent, then Monuments would be one of them. Probably alongside Tesseract, Periphery and Vildhjarta, if you ask me. However, I think we can let those who care abou... Read More...