Trust the Lies is a young and upcoming band from Iceland. Despite their age the hardcore youngsters have already shared stage with all the biggest and heaviest bands in Iceland. Trying to bring some of their own uniquity and specific sound to their Djenty Hardcore/Metalcore influences. Their EP Just Another Sin (Released 8/3/13) shows a lot of promise for things to come. Without a doubt a group that will not go unnoticed and no Hardcore/Metalcore fan should leave unheard.
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The one constant IN-QUEST have maintained during this musical challenge is the completely diverse sound that refuses to accept standard categorization. People have described it as an enlightened form of Technical Death Metal. All put together, IN-QUEST manages to create a pounding vibe of modern, melodic energy while maintaining an intense level of technical creativity not easily found elsewhere.
"Of all that is written, I love only what one has written with his own blood" - F. Nietzsche
MetalSucks.net has published a tour diary entry giving an inside look at Veil of Maya guitarist Marc Okubo's live rig. The band are currently touring North America as part of the Legacy Tour, alongside Darkest Hour, Periphery and Revocation. In the blog post he discusses how he pulls off his many loops and effects, despite being the only guitar player in the band, and the picks and cables he uses live and in the studio. In the coming weeks, they will be publishing more tour diary entries by members of the other bands on the tour.
got-djent.com will be conducting an interview with The Safety Fire, who are currently working on their upcoming debut album 'Grind the Ocean'. Everyone can submit questions they would like the band to answer, by replying to this forum topic. If you want to ask a question, but you don't have a got-djent.com account yet, you can make one in a couple of minutes by clicking here.
MetalSucks.net has published a blog post by Misha Mansoor (AKA Bulb) of Periphery, in which he discusses the tweaking of guitar tone in a live setting, and the gear involved. The post focusses mainly on equalization and the difference between a studio environment and a live one.
Hayato Imanishi of Cyclamen has posted a new entry on his blog, in which he describes how the band's song 'Let Go' took shape. He discusses band dynamics and the lyrical content of the song, and gives insight into the songwriting process.