Souvenir’s Young America – The Name of the Snake [2010]

Posted in ambient,instrumental,metal by lowbrass on May 28, 2010




Souvenir’s Young America is a three piece instrumental band from Richmond VA. They create sounds that could be called electronic, metal, prog, country, and ambient all at once, making something very different and new.

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The Dillinger Escape Plan – Option Paralysis (2010)

Posted in experimental,hardcore punk,mathcore,metal,metalcore by jheisel on March 12, 2010

Deadsea – Deadsea [2007]

Posted in metal,progressive metal,sludge,technical death metal,thrash by deek on August 24, 2009

Killswitch Engage – Killswitch Engage [2009]

Posted in metal by deek on June 19, 2009

Zozobra – Bird of Prey [2008]

Posted in doom,metal,stoner by deek on June 7, 2009

Scale The Summit – Carving Desert Canyons [2009]

Posted in ambient,metal,progressive by deek on May 27, 2009

Sunn O))) – Monoliths & Dimensions [2009]

Posted in doom,drone,metal by deek on May 19, 2009

Devin Townsend Project – Ki [2009]

Posted in experimental,metal,progressive,progressive metal by deek on May 18, 2009

From Blabbermouth.net:

“Comments Townsend: “‘Ki’ is the first in a series of four albums under the moniker ‘DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT.’ Each album is essentially a different band or collection of session musicians playing my music. They were chosen based on what the theme of the album is and the vibe that the album is trying to project. The album ‘Ki’ is very specific in this quartet of albums in that it controls its anger throughout, barring one song — ‘Heaven Send’ — and really is an exercise in having little to prove.”

Devin adds, “‘Ki’ is a subtle, severe album. A challenge in some ways. As the ‘intro’ to the story (the story being the four records) it needs to set the stage. The point to the music is that the whisper is louder than the roar in many ways. ‘Ki’ is (on the surface) quiet and unassuming. Whenever it begins to lose its temper, it stops. It does not let it go, it is avoiding that temptation, as that sort of anger is really gratifying but ultimately just leaves me unhappy. ‘Ki’ is about control, and although it is not an overtly ‘heavy’ album, it is heavy thematically. On these four records, it starts with ‘Ki’, which is essentially a cross section of all the albums, but the idea is that it is not here to impose itself. It just does it’s thing. Like a little a.m radio playing in the corner.”





Seawitch – The Fall of Autumn [2007]

Posted in doom,metal,stoner by deek on April 11, 2009
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