Tag Archives: Djent

Review: Sleep Token – Two EP

Fresh faces in the progressive metal scene Sleep Token release their second EP, Two. Sleep Token, more than many new bands, seem to be determined to carve some form of individuality from their clear influences and predecessors. They draw from ...

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Review: Ghost Iris – Blind World

Danish djent prodigies Ghost Iris certainly made a mark with debut album Anecdotes of Science & Soul. The 2015 recording was well received in their homeland, and in the broader tech metal scene too. Looking to capitalise on the strong ...

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Review: RSJ – “Giant Glenn”

Formed in 2002 in York, England, RSJ are veterans of the UK metal underground, and it showsas they’ve had time to hone their craft. The performances on their brand new release are super tight and they can stop and change ...

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Review by Dan Hemming of Periphery III: Select Difficulty

After only five years in the business Periphery are becoming a well-known name in the metal world. Whilst having a few albums and a couple of EPs out will have certainly helped with that, it seems to be their destructively ...

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