Combining searing riffs with powerful melodies, contemporary harmony, polyrhythmic grooves, and virtuosic solos, A Sense of Gravity is dedicated above all to strong, musical composition and moving songwriting. Formed in 2011, the Seattle band spent their first years crafting the unique sound they are known for today by fusing modern progressive metal with classic prog, death metal, jazz fusion, and the occasional dose of cinematic orchestral music.
Car Bomb first came to be around the year 2000, when Greg Kubacki and Michael Dafferner of the band Neck shared a rehearsal space under a Rockville Center, New York butcher with Elliot Hoffman and Jon Modell of the band Spooge. Over time, the bands became great friends and frequently visited each other's practices. In 2002, Modell, unsatisfied with the music his band was making, recruited Kubacki and Dafferner to form what a side project called Car Bomb. In 2004, Car Bomb began recording. Their first full-length album Centralia was released on February 6, 2007 via Relapse Records.
When writing a review i like to put myself in the shoes of the reader.
What do i want from this review?
Well… I want to know WHY i should listen to this album and whether or not i’ll like it. Or perhaps I’ve already heard this album and want to hear someone else's opinion on the matter.
Either way… If you’re a fan of progressive metal/djent music and want something that completely changes the genre, redefining its core-meaning, then read on.
Hung are a two-man project/band from Worcester, UK.
Unrelenting dark drenched groovy riffs hailing from Wellington, New Zealand. HekubaH is a one man band by Lucas Creary.
HekubaH is not the everyday djent band that you'll hear, imagine a dark/ambient Anup Sastry, you get the spawn of Satan grooving.
HekubaH just released his latest single 'Chop' off his to be released self-titled EP coming out on October.