Review: A Night In Texas – The God Delusion

Review by Andriana.

As many of you may know, A Night in Texas is a 5 piece deathcore act signed to Skull and Bones records. The God Delusion was one of the most anticipated albums of 2015, does it disappoint? Let’s delve into the world of deathcore for a bit to discuss this fine album. It can be purchased from iTunes, the band’s Big Cartel, and Google Play. If you just want to listen to it, and not buy it, you can listen to it on Spotify.

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Review: SCUT – Doom Over Salvation

Review by Andriana.

SCUT presents to us a very short collection of songs they have been working on, perhaps to tease us for a full­ length. Doom Over Salvation is just over 10 minutes long with 3 songs. It was self­ released and is labeled as a demo, so production won’t be looked into much. The entire demo can be heard on Bandcamp and “Doom Over Salvation” can be checked out on PSAB’s YouTube.
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Review: The New Age – Think Too Much; Feel Too Little

From Columbus, Ohio, The New Age is a technical post-hardcore band that excels at everything they do. Granted, that only includes a single EP with a measly 6 tracks (and really only 5 songs at that, the first track is an instrumental). Even so, they’re some of the best post-hardcore songs I’ve really ever heard. The New Age straddles the line between the mid-late 2000s post-hardcore sound, and the current generation of heavier post-hardcore, along with tasteful hints of modern-day metalcore. What does this mean? It means emotional singing and screaming, a powerful accompanying instrumental track, and an overall great album that every post-hardcore and every metalcore fan should own.

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Review: Genocide District – Scourge

Orange County’s Genocide District may not match up with the taste of the djent/tech crowd. If you’re expecting a meticulous display of musicianship, complex song structure and a progressive feel, this is not your EP.

That does not mean that G.D. are not talented, don’t get me wrong – their blend of misanthropic death metal/hardcore is 100 % on point, especially if you’re into Harm’s Way, Xibalba, No Zodiac (to name a few).

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