Fit For A King to release new album ‘The Path’ this September

Texas metalcore band Fit For A King are on a constant path upward, with each record they release seemingly catapulting them to higher success. The band has now announced that their sixth album The Path will be released via Solid State Records on September 18, 2020. Bigger, bolder and overwhelmingly epic in scope, The Path leans harder on the “metal” side of their sound, with shredding guitar solos, while doubling down on the massive catchy choruses that propelled their fiercest fan-favorite anthems.

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Decay debuts with “Staring at the Sun” (review)

Decay, 2020

Once again, a targeted ad on Facebook has worked wonders. I came across an ad for Decay while scrolling my news feed, and was reeled in by the deep emotion and passion conveyed through both the vocals and instruments. I reached out for their debut album super early and will be checking out Staring at the Sun today.

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ZOMBIESHARK keeps Nintendocore alive and well in 2020 (review)

ZOMBIESHARK!, 2020

A style of music that’s very near and dear to me is Nintendocore. This unabashed, chaotic take on metal includes heavy use of midi, synth, and other electronic effects to feel like your favorite game console is moshing with you. I have fond memories of listening to Iamerror, Monomate, and Insert Disc, but haven’t kept up with the genre since about 2014. Today, that changes with ZOMBIESHARK!’s wild new album I Will Destroy You, Myself, And Everything I’ve Ever Loved. Continue reading