Profile: Cameara of Dead Man’s Chest

Dead Man's Chest

The UK’s Dead Man’s Chest have been kicking out the footlights since 2006 with a pair of full length albums, a demo, and an EP chock full of scathing metallic hardcore. Now, they’ll be adding a vicious two track EP, Dear God, to their discography and if Cro-Mags meets Slayer tickles fancies as it should, this is all that and so much more. Ahead of the EP release, we had the chance to pose our Profile questions to bassist Cameara to get the inside scoop on a band that should be a household name by now. Check it out below and be sure to show them some support! Continue reading

Album Review: Call of the Void – “Ageless”


On their second album Ageless, Denver’s Call of the Void return after two years with another twelve songs of metallic hardcore mixed with crust and a touch of sludge. Ageless works with a similar formula as its predecessor used, with a small amount of space and length added to song structures. The band has a pretty obvious set of influences, and the guys don’t really break the mold on Ageless any more than they did with their first album, but it’s still as well-crafted an album as any made by their peers.

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