Tagged: Metalcore

Sifting Through It All With WRCKG and Their Self-Titled EP.

WRCKG – Utrecht, The Netherlands. (Above) Photo Credit: David Hup. We’re in Utrecht once more for another shining band in both the Dutch music scene and indeed European sphere, WRCKG. The band got in touch with us after our article on equally loud contemporaries , Dock 83 who you can find...

Set Before Us and The ‘Enigmas’ EP.

Set Before Us – Stockholm, Sweden. As you pick your way through the back catalogue of this Stockholm Metalcore five-piece, you hear a band whose sound was very much theorised and then put into practise. Over two singles and two EPs the band have taken a basic Metalcore foundation and rather...

Fresh Picks: Dock 83.

Dock 83 – Utrecht, The Netherlands. Cover photo credit: underxposed – Click Here. With two EPs, a split, a number of singles and a recently released full-length, it’s safe to say that Utrecht natives Dock 83 are in it for the long run with their blend of Post-Hardcore and Metalcore...

Killers Creed – The Debut ‘Truth Is Treason’ EP.

Killers Creed – Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Photography credit – Infected Monkey Media – Click Here. The Australian Metal scene is something Musically Fresh has had a slowly increasing vested interest in this past year, with Brisbane specifically making more of an appearance as the year has progressed. Speaking of a...

Dead Is Forever – The ‘Open Your Eyes’ EP.

Dead Is Forever – Chester, England, United Kingdom. In March of this year, Chester based Dead Is Forever released their debut EP under the name of Open Your Eyes. Why should this matter? Well, Dead Is Forever are at base a Metalcore band, a genre that exploded in the earlier 2000’s...

Sonic Skies, ‘Constants and Variables’ – New EP and Single Video

Sonic Skies – Hameln, Germany. Refreshing Metalcore their way. Metalcore gets a lot of negative press. Despite this, there are some bands that break the mould by cascading down through the negativity via that subtle, yet crucial, difference Personally, I’m not a huge fan of Metalcore. I find it can...