Assuming metalcore is required, the following results were found.

  • DEVIL YOU KNOW - They Bleed Red (Review)

    one part All Shall Perish, and one part Killswitch Engage, mix them together vigorously and what you will end up with is metalcore ‘supergroup’ Devil You Know. Featuring the talents of Howard Jones (lead vocals), Francesco Artusato (guitar), John Sankey...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/184-devil-you-know-they-bleed-red-review
  • FOR TODAY - Wake (Review)

    like Norma Jean and Killswitch Engage, For Today have consistently and relentlessly delivered their own brand of metalcore to the masses and it has connected with the extreme music community in a big way. Wake is their Nuclear Blast Records debut and...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/118-for-today-wake-review
  • BURY TOMORROW - Earthbound (Review)

    USA www.nuclearblast.com Release Date: January 29th, 2016 Whether you love it or hate it, the UK have a unique breed of Metalcore bands clawing their way to your full attention (not entirely unlike how the Gothenburg sound emerged as global phenomenon)....

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/225-bury-tomorrow-earthbound-review
  • ATREYU - Long Live (Review)

    great breakdowns, fully embracing both vocalists right from the get go. It’s a helluva way to start an album and while the metalcore breakdowns may be paint by numbers, let’s not forget that Atreyu helped put the numbers on the page. “I Would Kill, Lie,...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/73-atreyu-long-live-review
  • FOR ALL ETERNITY - Metanoia (Review)

    Metanoia Facedown Records www.facedownrecords.com Release Date: July 10, 2015 Ok. Here’s the deal. For All Eternity is a metalcore band from Australia. They craft music that is as punishingly heavy as it is blissfully melodic. They’re similar to Lamb of...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/16-for-all-eternity-metanoia-review
  • THE NEW LOW - Continuance (Music Review)

    Rock record fueled by passionate vocals and great melodies. Unfortunately, it’s also bogged down by some forced sounding Metalcore style breakdowns. One of the highlights here is certainly “My Own Way.” It’s got a wildly catchy melody and the heartfelt...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/351-the-new-low-continuance-music-review
  • FOOTAGE OF A YETI - Purging the Human Condition (Review)

    three songs but “Deceiver, Deceiver” has a nice back and forth going on between the machine gun riffing and prototypical Metalcore breakdowns. In a lot of ways Purging the Human Condition reminds me of the Three One G roster of bands but it’s not quite...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/410-footage-of-a-yeti-purging-the-human-condition-review
  • WALLS OF JERICHO - No One Can Save You From Yourself (Review)

    with No One Can Save You From Yourself . Simply put, this album will remind you of everything that was good about early metalcore. It’s inspirational, heavy as hell, thoughtful, and aggressive all at once. All the time. The album appropriately opens...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/273-walls-of-jericho-no-one-can-save-you-from-yourself-review
  • THE UNGUIDED - Lust and Loathing (Review)

    Release Date: February 26, 2016 Sweden’s The Unguided, founded by former members of Sonic Syndicate, incorporate metalcore ferocity with melodic death metal’s melody. The juxtaposition of these two sounds is abundantly apparent in Lust and Loathing the...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/271-the-unguided-lust-and-loathing-review
  • Arch Enemy - Will To Power

    begins with guns blazing. “The Race” immediately sets this album apart from War Eternal with it’s breakneck guitars, and metalcore style breakdowns. It’s a good song and a surprisingly well-done mishmash of styles highlighted by a solo that would be at...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/449-arch-enemy-will-to-power
  • WOVENWAR - Honor Is Dead (Review)

    what they are becoming but they are certainly still evolving. Reviewed by mark1340 This text will be replaced #Wovenwar #Metalcore #Metal #Mark1340

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/379-wovenwar-honor-is-dead-review
  • FORTY WINTERS - Rotting Empire (Music Review)

    to call it “Jock Metal” since I see so many people listening to these bands at the gym), but the band play a solid mix of Metalcore and Death Metal bits overlain with barking vocals and sprinkled with atmospheric guitar bits to make it more dynamic. I...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/345-forty-winters-rotting-empire-music-review
  • DEADLOCK - Hybris (Review)

    of contemplation and hope. “Epitaph” opens the album with the typical Deadlock grind, falling somewhere between Metalcore and Death Metal, but sprinkled with the hopeful and positive soar of Gerlitz voice. The chorus here is just aces man. It’s the...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/343-deadlock-hybris-review
  • SPIRIT AND THE BRIDE - With Eyes and Ears to See and Hear (Review)

    Yep, I sure have. I loved the sound all those times too. While bands like For Today and As I Lay Dying embraced the Metalcore movement, Spirit and the Bride keep it bold lyrically and true to nineties Hardcore musically. If you are unfamiliar with the...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/279-spirit-and-the-bride-with-eyes-and-ears-to-see-and-hear-review
  • HACKTIVIST - Outside the Box (Review)

    that flows against the grain of modern society. Musically, this will certainly appeal to fans of Technical Metal and Metalcore/Screamo. The music is tightly timed and often relies on machine gun guitars with the rap vocals, clean singing, and screams...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/274-hacktivist-outside-the-box-review
  • SHAI HULUD - Just Can’t Hate Enough x2-Plus Other Hate Songs (Review)

    with the often groovier and downright crushing “The Fucking Silence- Or How Hates the Heart.” It’s a firm reminder that metalcore was once the most exciting genre on the board. “A Profound Hatred of Man” brings a little of the brighter guitars into the...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/209-shai-hulud-just-can-t-hate-enough-x2-plus-other-hate-songs-review
  • AMARANTHE - Breaking Point - B-Sides 2011-2015 (Review)

    track into acoustic splendor. The final two tracks demonstrate exactly what Amaranthe is all about: the ferocity of metalcore, the finesse and energy of power metal, and the songwriting sensibilities of pop. Breaking Point: B-Sides , consisting entirely...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/147-amaranthe-breaking-point-b-sides-2011-2015-review
  • MORE TO MONROE - Appalachia (Review)

    by Drew Fulk (Motionless in White, The Amity Affliction) and features six top notch tracks that remind me of the emo meets metalcore movement of a decade ago. “Jack” opens the album with a slight screamo flair that I wasn’t sure I was gonna enjoy until...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/50-more-to-monroe-appalachia-review
  • FEAR FACTORY - Genexus (Review)

    All three are strong evidence that the band still has it in the same way AC/DC still has it. Balancing out the modified Metalcore assault are some bouncy, nearly Nu Metal, tunes that are solid amped up anthems. “Soul Hacker” and “Church of Execution”...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/27-fear-factory-genexus-review

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