What really intrigued me to checkout Midnight Priest was to see if the music was as good as the cover. If anything says foreign metal 86', it's this.
Friday, March 11, 2011
Right off the bat I have to start this review stating the fact that I am partial against death and death-thrash metal; this is, in fact, a death-thrash album.
Not really my thing, but these guys messaged me so I figured I'll toss them a bone. Plus they opened for Atheist a few days ago and it's quite a task to independently book a tour. So here it is:
Fresh off their destruction of the East Coast tour last summer, Toronto Ontario’s Melodic Death Metal act Hallows Die are set to head off on an independently booked 23 day tour of Canada titled “Penetrate the Pacific 2011”. "With the end-goal in mind of promoting their sophomore album “MASKS” (Tentative release date: August 2011) the boys will be hitting both large cities and some smaller markets in their attempt to infect fellow metal heads with their unique sound and stage presence. The tour will kick off on May 13th in the Northern Ontario town of Sault Ste. Marie and climax in Vancouver on May 23rd, before the heading back towards Ontario."
Tuesday, March 8, 2011
Edmonton, Alberta's Striker has been nominated to win an "Indie", for best metal artist of the year. For those of you who ask, "What is an "Indie"?". Well my friend, its 11th Annual Independent Music Awards, the "Grammys" of the indie scene if you will. Striker is facing up against several bands including Canadian Heavy Weights; Annihilator and 3 Inches Of Blood to name a few. With out a doubt I know Striker deserves it most, so make sure you vote! It takes less then a minute to fill out, so don't hesitate and show some support.