Certain games are revolutionary, whether it’s because of the impeccable and groundbreaking gameplay contained within, graphics ahead of their time, or just because of the sheer fun of smashing your friends in 4-way multiplayer battles. No, we’re not talking about Halo 3 or Call Of Duty, we’re talking about the Nintendo 64’s smash hit, Super Smash Bros.
Bring Me The Horizon are one of those bands that quite easily divide fans in opinion, even across different eras. Is 2013’s Sempiternal their best album? Could it be the fun metalcore romp that was Suicide Season? Either way, Bring Me The Horizon are a force in current music, and it’s not a surprise that many would try their own hand at remixing and splicing together their songs.
Enter Lucas McCaffrey, whose moniker Invisible Labyrinth Productions put together 12 prominent Bring Me The Horizon songs across their entire discography to create a distinct remix. And incredibly, it works! All aspects of the band’s discography are apparent in the remix, which clocks in at over 5 minutes, but it’s the interpolating of tracks like “Can You Feel My Heart” with the band’s heavier metalcore elements that make this sound really, really cool. Give it a spin below and let us know what you think.
Toledo, Ohio Deathcore outfit The Convalescence have announced a United States and Canada tour with Filth, Casket Robbery, and Blood of Angels. The Convalescence have been actively touring in support of their latest release “Monument of Misery” via Legend Recordings. The album charted multiple times, including #3 on the iTunes Metal Chart, #8 on the Billboard Heatseekers, #64 on the iTunes Rock Charts, and #189 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums.
Blending various subgenres of modern rock, pop, and electronic elements together, Boston rock band Major Moment are gearing up for a huge 2020 with a string of singles to be released this year. Their biggest single to date, “Living Your Life Like This”, is getting close to hitting 150k streams on Spotify, so it’s clear there is an audience for the young band. It’s easy to see (and hear) why they have a burgeoning fanbase.
Major Moment fit a neat space between more radio-friendly rock bands (Breaking Benjamin, Starset) and more pop-oriented music (PVRIS might be a good choice). Their new video for “May Leave Scars” (which we’re premiering the video for below) sums up their sound well enough, and make no mistake. If you’re into melodic rock, you will love this.