EP Review: Scars of Credence – Bitter Ends (Self Released)

Scars of Credence are a young, five-piece metalcore band based in Stoke-on-Trent in the UK. Looking to build on their impressive single releases to date (Serenity and Asylum), they will finally release their debut EP, Bitter Ends on December 15th 2018.

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EP Review: Durge – Dirge (Self Released)

Durge was formed in Cape Town, South Africa in 2016 by Mark Ellis, Francois Taljaardt, James Lombard, and Heinrich Wesson. Over the past two years the band has been forging their unique sound that they call “Melandelic Rock”, a fusion of melancholy and psychedelic sounds. They’ve recently released their debut EP titled Dirge.

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EP Review: Ocean Districts – Doomtowns (Self Released)

Reclining on the shores of the Baltic Sea is the hometown to Ocean Districts, a heavy, progressive and sludgy post-rock sound. Doomtowns is their new EP and considers the nuclear tests conducted by the Soviet Union and the United States during the Cold War-era, taking a more solemn and political approach.

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EP Review: Aempyrean – Fireborn (Cyclopean Eye Productions)

Clawing their way through the Indian underground, Aempyrean blast forth with a whirlwind of fire and brimstone. Influenced by 80s and early 90s thrash and death metal with a touch of the black in there too. Their debut EP ‘Fireborn’ will be unleashed on December 1st 2018 via Cyclopean Eye Productions.

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