Posts Tagged ‘Prosthetic Records’

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Review by Greg Maki
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I did not read the press release accompanying Carving Desert Canyons, the second album from Scale the Summit, before popping the disc into my car stereo. All I knew was that the band was a recent signing by Prosthetic Records. So it was about halfway through the second song that I realized I was hearing something of a rarity today—an instrumental metal band. Maybe the success of Guitar Hero has created more of a place for bands like this in the public consciousness because, let me tell you, a Scale the Summit song would be one of those hard ones you have to unlock and gamers then record themselves playing to post on YouTube. (more…)

infernaeon-symphonyInfernaeon’s A Symphony of Suffering combines devastating Floridian death metal with the symphonic element of European black metal. The result is a raw, malevolent sound that, after repetition, slithers up your tingling spine, making you feel as if you’re witness to an unholy orchestra of the undead. (more…)

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Ideals fall, but All That Remains rises

A dynamic new album (The Fall of Ideals, on Prosthetic Records – READ REVIEW) and a spot on Ozzfest 2006 elevated Massachusetts’ All That Remains to headliner status in early 2007, when they played a string of sold-out shows across the United States. Prior to playing to a packed house at Jaxx in Springfield, Va., frontman Phil Labonte sat down with Greg Maki and Jeff Maki of Live-Metal.net to discuss the band’s success, the new release, his past with Shadows Fall and more. (more…)