The Australian metalcore scene just keeps getting better and better. Alienist, a new band on the front, have just released their second song, “Severance”, and it’s remarkable enough to follow the footsteps of their genre counterparts like Northlane and Architects.
Following the single debut of Making Eyes, ARCHERS have officially released their second EP, NEW NORMAL and it is currently available on all platforms. The new EP gives listeners four completely brand-new songs, and two remastered versions of their past single releases, Black Lung and Bleed For This.
Hartford, Connecticut metalcore powerhouse Before I Turn have made the unprecedented decision to bring us two interconnected albums this year.
Lovelorn will be one story told between the band’s third and fourth efforts throughout 2020. Lovelorn: Moon will hit all platforms on April 19th, with its second half to also feature seven songs.
In a post on April 6th, vocalist Alex Anglis mentioned: “I absolutely love it when fans speculate the direction of the lore, and for that reason we are putting the songs out of the order they were originally meant to be in, to let you guys decide the story. Music is interpretation and there’s no wrong interpretation, art is a merely a question.”
This massively-talented metal act is deserving of a big break, and I’m hoping that comes with Lovelorn. Discover what this band has to offer with the song below!
Following their release of Black Lung in 2019, Archers have released their newest single Making Eyes.
Making Eyes blends Archers’ traditional post-hardcore sound with a slow melodic intro similar to bands like Palisades and Emarosa’s newest album, Peach Club. The melodic intro builds as the song progresses and introduces the story. The song really picks up when the second verse hits that leads into a heavier chorus with a thundering breakdown and a powerful key change that really makes the whole song come together in full force.