Cadence Calling – Dark Sentiment

Death metal bands can easily sometimes sound pretty damn generic and/or similar, so I usually try to look for bands that are able to make something their own, or at least make a somewhat unique sound. The combination of post-hardcore aesthetics with the depth of hardcore instrumentals/vocals is what makes the band Cadence Calling stand out so much for myself. They have been described as being, “known for wearing black out contacts and dark clothing. Their musical influences range from artist’s that includes August Burns Red, Motionless in White, Architects, Parkway Drive, Phinehas, Pvris, and Asking Alexandria,” which makes sense, since these are some of my favorite bands.(Mayhem)

SECT – No Cure For Death

SECT — the hardcore supergroup comprising Chris Colohan (Cursed, Burning Love, Left for Dead), guitarists James Chang (Catharsis, Undying) and Scott Crouse (Earth Crisis, The Path of Resistance), bassist Steve Hart (Day of Suffering), and drummer Andy Hurley (Racetraitor, Fall Out Boy, The Damned Things) — return this week with their second full-length, No Cure for Death. Recorded with Converge guitarist Kurt Ballou at GodCity Studios, the album finds the scene vets taking a stand against the sociopolitical status quo.(Revolver)

Connect_Icut – Music For Granular Synthesizer

connect_icut aims to remove the distinctions between instinct and intellect, chaos and order, organic and synthetic, analogue and digital. Macklin finds a balance between melodic elements and rarefied abstraction with intense modulations that flare up between the cracks of mysterious geometrical passages.(Stereo Embers)