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January 28, 2015

From The Depths Entertainment  /  1/28/2015 10:53:00 AM
Worksop, UK pop/rock band Silhouettes recently released a music video for their single "Fluctuations" off of their upcoming "Old Flames" EP. Check it out below.

January 27, 2015

From The Depths Entertainment  /  1/27/2015 02:10:00 PM
Windsor, Ontario, Canada metalcore band Among Titans recently released their single "Double Down". Check it out below.

January 26, 2015

From The Depths Entertainment  /  1/26/2015 02:37:00 PM
Vancouver, Washington based punk/metal band Within Sight get their "The Distance Traveled" album reviewed. Check out our take below.
From: Vancouver, WA
Sounds like: Punk/Metal

Within Sight is a Washington based punk/metal band that just recently released their "The Distance Traveled" album. With comparisons to Endwell, Killswitch Engage Bullet For My Valentine and even Atreyu, Within Sight is a force to be reckoned with on this album. "Intro" starts things off with a stormy atmospheric buildup track that sets the tone early. "The Path Before You" steps right in and kicks you in the face with its early Killswitch Engage inspired sound. Very fast, heavy and melodic stuff here on the track. "Three Years Til Now" opens with softer guitar work and veers into an alternative rock sound combined with the speed of a punk rock track. There's an early Bullet For My Valentine vibe on the track as its killer riffs and melody are incredible and seamless. The guitar work especially is stellar. "Revival" is a straight up no frills melodic metal track that brings to mind Atreyu with its awesome breakdowns and melody. "The Distance Traveled" is the lead single off the album and is a track full of passion and excitement. The track is extremely catchy and well worthy of the music video they made for it. "Forced To Be Reckoned With" is a driving track that really speeds up the pace of the album. Its pure metal ferocity shifts into vintage Slipknot territory as its a very heavy and fast track. "Respect What Others Don't" really has a Endwell inspired sound to it as the clean singing, lyrical content and driving guitar drums and breakdowns are enough to sway "Homeland Insecurity" fans onto Within Sight without a problem. "My Words Against Yours" keeps everything tight and organized as its a very solid melodic punk/metal track. "I'd Rather Meet Your Ghost" will get listeners heads bopping along to the sweet sound of fury that Within Sight unleash on this track. The melody combined with the guitar riffs easily make it the most accessible and catchy track on the album. The melodic punk rock sound is front and center on the track and mixed with the crunchy metal guitars is a truly remarkable sound that few bands can truly pull off as good as this. "Casting Shadows" is a perfect track fit alongside a fan of Bury Tomorrow as its extremely heavy and proves the band can keep up with the current wave of melodic metal bands. "Above All Else" is the closing track on this monumental album. The immediate melody and overall vibe of the track ends the album on a perfect note. Everything on the track and album just works and works extremely well.

Within Sight have released a masterpiece of an album. Dashes of punk, metal, and hardcore infiltrate the listeners eardrums. It won't be long until Within Sight are placed beside the heavy hitters of the scene.

From The Depths Entertainment  /  1/26/2015 01:43:00 PM
Atlanta, GA rock band Chasing December recently released an unboxing/performance video for their newest single "New Orleans" and album "Chasing December". Check it out below.

From The Depths Entertainment  /  1/26/2015 01:38:00 PM
Cambridge, UK alt/metal band Vendetta recently released a video update regarding their 2015 happenings. Check it out below.

From The Depths Entertainment  /  1/26/2015 09:13:00 AM
Seminole, OK based metalcore band Devour The Innocent gets interviewed and talks about their formation, the metalcore scene and upcoming plans.
From: Seminole, OK
Sounds like: Metalcore

1. How did you get started with music and how did you develop your sound? Who thought of the name “Devour The Innocent” and is there any meaning behind it?

We started back in 2011 with Derrick, Brandon and Randy and added William shortly after our inception. We added Tristan in 2012 but he left to go to the band A Glimpse Of Utopia in 2014. We asked Ethan, initially, to be temporary lead vocals in 2014 but made him a full time member the same year. Randy moved back to drums and Derrick departed due to musical differences. We added Blaine to the line-up the beginning of 2015 and that's our current line-up. We try to write music that personally we can enjoy and listen to. The band name "Devour The Innocent" literally has no background. We were trying to think of a band name and thought that Devour the Innocent sounded cool.

2. What do you want listeners to take away from your music?

We want listeners to interpret the music for themselves. Form your own opinions of what you think we're talking about.

3. How has the response been since the EP release?

It's been pretty good.

4. What can people expect from your live show?

In your face. Lots of yelling. Ethan likes to yell.

5. Who are three bands you’d like to tour with?

All That Remains circa 2006, Parkway Drive, and Escape The Fate circa circa 2006.

6. Any crazy show stories?

Not any particularly crazy stories.

7. What’s your take on the current state of metalcore?

Metalcore has become a circle jerk of who can write the most breakdowns in one song. Melody and technicality have been lost.

8. What’s the current music scene like there in the Oklahoma both locally and state wide?

A lot of hardcore bands. It makes it somewhat difficult to find shows to play with similar sounding bands but we'll play with anyone so it doesn't bother us.

9. What’s your take on legal/illegal music downloading?

It sucks. We support music and we all personally find way to financially support artists.

10. What’s next for Devour The Innocent?

We are in the process of recording a new album for 2015. We also have a tour in the works that we will have posted shortly.

11. Any shoutouts?

Derrick Ishman, our friends, family and fans because without these people we wouldn't be where we are now and we are grateful for it.

January 22, 2015

From The Depths Entertainment  /  1/22/2015 10:01:00 AM
Perth, Australia pop/punk band Ready To Fire get their "Ready To Fire" EP reviewed. Check out our take below.
From: Perth, Australia
Sounds like: Pop/Punk

Australia is a place lately that has been a hotbed for metal and hardcore bands. Ready To Fire are changing the AU invasion to more pop punk influenced music due to their tremendous debut "Ready To Fire" EP. "Cityside" opens the EP with a very pop punk heavy intro. The upbeat melody of the guitars mixed with the female vocals is something remarkable. The track brings to mind early Paramore and the track is a fun track to start things off. "Do You Remember When?" has chuggy guitar riffs and it's a fantastic radio friendly track. This song should immediately be on everyones' daily playlist. "Hold On" has a fantastic guitar work throughout the track and really captures the essence of the overall tone of the track. It's an overall pretty good track to just jam out to. "Love Me Or Hate Me" is a slower track and then transitions to an early Fall Out Boy type sound that is refreshing and soothing on the ears. "Punchline" closes out the EP with a pure summertime vibe track. The track oozes sun, fun and New Found Glory influences. It's a perfect track to complete this incredible debut EP. Tune in pop punk lovers, Ready To Fire is here to capture your hearts and ears for a long time to come.

Ready To Fire is coming out with new material soon so don't be surprised if they fine tuned their sound even further. Ready To Fire is bringing the catchy pop punk from Australia to invade everyones' eardrums to solidify that pop punk is here to stay.

January 21, 2015

From The Depths Entertainment  /  1/21/2015 11:23:00 AM
Lincolnshire, UK melodic hardcore band Savour The Silence get their "You Can't Keep A Secret If There Never Was A Secret To Start" EP reviewed. Check out our take below.
From: Lincolnshire, UK
Sounds like: Melodic Hardcore

Melodic hardcore has been taken less and less seriously lately with bands incorporating different elements which make it stray a bit from the roots. Savour The Silence brings back the true sound of melodic hardcore and makes it their own into a very exciting EP for old school melodic hardcore fans. "An Army Of Me, A Kingdom Of You" crashes in with an almost Letlive/Everytime I Die ferocity. The track pulls you in and gets straight in your face right away. The melodic hardcore sound and breakdowns of the track keeps it moving at a frantic pace. "Letters From The Zodiac" keeps up the fast clip of sound as it treads into Hundredth territory with just a swift spinkick to the face. The track isn't messing around that's for sure. "Cowards Kill More Than Heroes" has a lot of buildups and energy to be an outstanding live track. "Cycles" finishes out the EP. The track has a Bring Me The Horizon type break and then unleashes passionate fury. It's a great way to end the short but very good debut EP.

Savour The Silence is bringing back the true style of melodic hardcore and blending it with their style. UK hardcore is well represented in this young group. With explosive live shows and energetic sound, these guys are looking at a bright future in the hardcore scene.

From The Depths Entertainment  /  1/21/2015 11:05:00 AM
Lexington, KY rock band Blindside Drop recently released a lyric video for their single "Free Yourself (Wake Up)" off of their upcoming "Liar" album (due out 2/1/15). Check it out below.

From The Depths Entertainment  /  1/21/2015 11:00:00 AM
Philadelphia, PA indie rock band Sonnder recently released their single "Drifter". Check it out below.