An exclusive interview with the quite wonderful Gehtika. Enter the asylum if you dare...
If you love music with both melody and bite, then ‘bring you back to life’ is for you.
It’s not a release I would recommend, in all honesty, to the majority of metal fans, but for those whose tastes are broad enough to count hip hop, r&b and dub step amongst their favoured genres, then The One Hundred are worth checking out, as they may well be for those who would like to hear a modern update on nu-metal. For those whose taste in metal is rather more traditional, however, I’d steer well clear.
‘Pale Communion’ is a record that will undoubtedly satisfy Opeth fans who enjoy the band’s progressive output, but for the uninitiated there are better places to start exploring the work of this rather wonderful band.
‘Temperature rising’ is an emotive, emotional rollercoaster of an album, a master-class in guitar playing and a lesson in how to incorporate numerous influences into one cohesive whole and it is a near perfect example of everything that the blues should be.
A varied, exciting and beautifully passionate record, this self-titled effort is an absolute scorcher and essential listening to any blues fan out there.
An awe-inspiring and brutal piece of work from start to finish, ‘blood and dust’ is a flawless example of the genre.
If you love music, real music with a human heart and a relentlessly creative spirit, then this release is for you.