Zombie Autopilot: Unearth’s ‘The Oncoming Storm’ is peak 2000’s metalcore

Unearth’s artwork for The Oncoming Storm accomplishes two things – the tornado on the album cover is an accurate depiction of both the band’s developing sound as well as the band’s part in the metalcore scene that developed in the early 2000’s. While not quite achieving the kind of commercial popularity that bands like Killswitch Engage and Lamb Of God did as part of the New Wave Of American Heavy Metal, Unearth certainly has a balanced discography. What’s important to note is that while any album in the band’s repertoire could feasibly be considered their best, it’s 2004’s The Oncoming Storm that provides a snapshot of where metalcore was headed at the time.

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Dead Bundy keeps classic pop-punk alive with their new song – listen

Coming from Ohio, Dead Bundy is a pop-punk band that keeps the classic vibes of the genre alive with their music. Dead Bundy is a fairly new group that started turning their gears in 2019, and have made quite the progress since their conception. Dead Bundy has just released their new video for their new song “She Fucks Me” via the Ghost Killer Entertainment YouTube channel. The band set out to capture the vibe and overall hyped energy that pop punk has projected so well in the past with bands like Blink-182, Sum 41, The Offspring, and you can even compare it to the likes of Machine Gun Kelly’s new pop-punk inspired music. Dead Bundy definitely shine some potential in their craft and that’s becoming more and more clearer with each release the band puts out.

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