Thursday, October 30, 2014

Live Interview With Barrier!

Genre(s): Hardcore/Metal
Location: Chicago, IL

Our beloved live interview, Kev, caught up with hardcore act Barrier while they were on tour with The Plot In You and Cane Hill. They talked about the band's upcoming new album Eventide, their favorite songs to play live, and of course, food. While you're checking out the interview below you can pre-order Eventide now through MerchNOW!

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Interview with Depths of Hatred!

Genre(s): Death Metal
Location: Montreal

PSAB: Why did you choose the name "Depths of Hatred" for your band? 

DOH
: We were toying around with a few names and just wanted something that sounded good I guess. Few names came to mind before this one stuck with us, we felt it represented our lyrical themes well enough too. 

PSAB: Your new album Hellborn is scheduled to release on Oct 17, just in a few weeks. Will this album differ from your previous album Aversionist? If so, in which way will it? 

DOH
: Yeah, definitely. We've all improved as musicians individually and all had things we knew we wanted to work on after the previous record. The album is way less all over the place than Aversionist was, and it's definitely darker. A lot more riffing haha. Vocal technique is completely different too, pretty big change as far as sound goes. 

PSAB: Hellborn has some standard pre-order bundles; t-shirts, posters, CD, etc. Were there any crazy pre-order bundles you would have liked of done but couldn't? 

DOH
: Knowing we were doing all of this ourselves we didn't really think about it to be honest, our main goal was to get the music out to the fans. DOH beer though, that'd be rad haha. 

PSAB: If you could do a split album with any one band, which band would that be and why? 

DOH
: Damn, just one? I'd have to go with The Black Dahlia Murder, all around sick band/big influence. 

PSAB: What is your metal scene like in Montreal, Canada? 

DOH
: Montreal itself isn't so bad, you've got so many big tours passing through here that it's harder to draw than in smaller cities sometimes. We always have a blast playing here, but I see so many similar size bands from out of town having a hard time getting decent shows here. There used to be a lot more metal bands, also. I guess it kind of all goes together. 

PSAB: What are your plans once the new album release? Tour? Record more music? Soak in the positive feedback you'll receive? 

DOH
: So far we've been playing a few shows, have a few more lined up. The goal is to tour as much as possible, but we'll have to wait and see for that! Hopefully this album gets us on the road some more! 

PSAB: Do you have any shout outs to give to the readers and your fans? 

DOH
: Huge thanks to everyone who pre-ordered/bought the album so far, shared a video or even just dropped a comment. We're so grateful for the positive feedback we've been getting so far, hopefully we'll see all of you on the road soon!

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Walking Dead On Broadway Drops New Song "Sleeping Titans"!


Germany deathcore act, Walking Dead On Broadway, dropped a new song titled "Sleeping Titans" from their upcoming new album Aeshma via Impericon earlier this morning. This is a deathcore album you will not want to miss! Pre-order the album on Impericon now! Listen to "Sleeping Titans" below now!

Animal Releases New Album 'Instinct'!



Down tempo band Animal released their new EP Instinct via We Are Triumphant today. You can purchase it digitally on iTunes or physically through Victory Records. If you're unsure if you want to purchase it just yet, you can check out the album's single "Dark Room" below!

Hideous Divinity's New Album 'Cobra Verde' Releases Today!


Today is the day that technical death metal band Hideous Divinity releases their new album Cobra Verde in the US (it released in UK yesterday, and will release in EU on Halloween). I've been waiting for this album for quite some time, and I patiently wait until it arrives. It was released through Unique Leader Records and can be purchased digitally on iTunes, or physically through the band's Big Cartel.

If you're sentient to purchase it, you can listen to some of the tracks the band released earlier this year. The tracks are "Sinister And Demented," "Alonest of the Alone," and "Cobra Verde."