Horror industrialists Genessier have done some damage in the scene with their album Graces the Bone, and the soundtrack to the well-received terror short Shovel. Join us as we chat with Genessier vocalist Ryan Policky on making the music and films that keep us haunted and chilled.
The Swifts are a pop punk outfit based out of Colorado, and they have dropped an excellent debut album with All Sunshine which was recorded and produced by Ahrue Luster, guitarist for Ill Nino. All Sunshine is full of hooks, rockin’ rhythms and punchy well thought out lyrics. While The Swifts do at times sing about the heavy stuff they are also the self-proclaimed “Ultimate Dad Band!” so you know they are trying to have as much fun as their listeners.
Soon to release their label debut “Unsound Recollections” on Stay Sick Records, New Jersey’s Sentinels are aiming to take the scene by storm. Formed in 2013, the band has 2 EP’s, “Idylls” and “World Divided”, under their belt and have been touring nonstop to help promote each release. Sentinels sound can be best described as progressive metalcore, however as you’ll read in the interview, the band doesn’t really wish to conform to one sound and wants to play whatever sounds natural to them. The guys in the band were kind enough to answer my plethora of questions ranging from the origin of their name to their favorite touring memories, which you can read about below. Be sure to give them a like on Facebook and pick up their debut on February 8th on digital or physical format!
Joe Benducci – Vocals
Thomas Cardone – Guitar
Chris Dombrowski – Guitar
Danny Cruz – Bass/Vocals
Dave Rucki – Drums/Vocals
Saving Vice is a relatively new metalcore band from New England, and if you haven’t yet heard them, their debut EP Colder Than Dark is a solid listen. Fairly developed for a debut, the metalcore band is hitting the studio this week to record their debut full-length album – one that the band hopes will catapult them to the next level in a crowded music scene. Granted, the young band has the chops and work ethic to do it, playing packed shows for their fans and opening for bigger ones, gaining fans along the way.
As the band prepares to hit the studio to hash out some new songs, Saving Vice dropped us a few answers to questions that we had about the upcoming album – as well as what fans can expect stylistically. Check out all the important details below.