Album Review: Darkest Hour – GODLESS PROPHETS & THE MIGRANT FLORA

Matt Albers I subscribe to a school of thought that fans of metal or other loud rock music have two gateway moments in their lives. These are when one discovers a band, song, album, sound, or style that initially sparks their interest in heavy music. This first “gateway drug” is usually a more “mainstream” or…

Band Interview: Between The Buried And Me

The realms of progressive music and heavy metal have each had their own rich, unique histories. But, as those histories and cultures of music have shown, crossover experimentation is practically inevitable. The many bands and subgenres within the two umbrella terms have collaborated over the years, resulting in bands with their own unique styles, sounds,…

Album Review: Jungle Rot – ORDER SHALL PREVAIL

Erik D. Harshman I should start off by saying that I’ve been a rabid Jungle Rot fan since 2005 (when I discovered, after the fact, Dead & Buried and Fueled By Hate). I then became the kind of fan who buys their albums the day they come out, sit and listen to them immediately, read…