Arriving in August is the latest release from California hardcore metal band These Streets titled "Unfinished Business." After their last release, These Streets have a new look on their career as they deliver hard-hitting melodies that they have become known for. Their new 9-song release begins with the pounding rhythm of "Unfinished Business" as These Street pull no punches. They continue with the aggressive attack of "Wasting Away" and the intense, hardcore/trash metal of "Bite The Hand." They continue the onslaught with the growling vocals of "Can't Be Saved" that deliver a truth to the lyrics, before finishing their new release with the quick, punk-like fury of "Life From The Gutter." To find out more about These Streets and their latest release "Unfinished Business," please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/Thesestreetscv.
Next, from Germany comes the new release titled "Losin' Grip" from hardcore
metal/punk band Slope. Their new seven-song album begins with the pace
changes of "95," before delivering "Movino Losino," which sounds like
the early punk days Red Hot Chili Peppers. They quicken the pace with
the funk-like hardcore groove of "Buzz Off!" and "The Void," before
finishing their new release with the band's instrumental build-up
"Straight To Nowhere." To find out more about about Slope and their
latest release "Losin' Grip," please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/slopehc.
Norwegian heavy metal band Fxss return with their sophomore release
titled "Second Coming." It has been 5 years since the band's debut album
and they have taken all those experiences and created an outstanding
underground metal album. Their new 9-song release begins with the
classic metal appeal of "Make A Life" that sounds like a combination of
early Iron Maiden and Tesla. They deliver a thrash metal feel to "Peace
& Love," before slowing down for the power ballad "Dear Lucy." They
close out their new release with the heavy metal guitar riffs of
"Heathen" and the outstanding musicianship of the six-minute closer
"Fall Away." To find more about Foss and their latest release "Second
Coming," please visit fxsstheband.com.