Symfinity, while listed as a symphonic metal band, also have a lot of progressive metal and even some folk/ren faire vibes. This New York City based band is a must see and must hear group! Their website states they have been described as a mix between Jethro Tull and Nightwish, and I completely agree with that. They have a very progressive sound and they pack an even bigger punch live!
Review by Ryan Murray | July 25, 2020 | Official Facebook Witnesses, a genre-defying Doom Metal band out of New York, NY, that was formed in 2016, released their 6 track album “Doom II” as a self release on May 31st, 2020. In their press release, it’s stated that this album is about a plague … Continue reading Review of ‘Doom II’ by Witnesses
Review by Joshua Becker | June 30, 2020 Stitched Up Heart is a rock band originating from Los Angeles, California, and founded by Alecia “Mixi” Demner. Their latest album “Darkness” was released on Friday, March 13th, 2020. Upon listening to the album, it seems be a nice mix of rock, and some industrial metal elements, … Continue reading Review of ‘Darkness’ by Stitched Up Heart
Interview by Joshua Becker & Jessica Clingempeel | June 25, 2020 First, I wanted to say that I saw you in concert last year in Cleveland, and you guys were great.Awww thank you! That means the world to us. You were so interactive with the fans in the audience, acknowledging them in the crowd as … Continue reading Interview with Stitched Up Heart’s Alecia “Mixi” (2020)
Review by Ryan Murray | May 30, 2020 | Official Facebook Five Minutes Hate is a death metal band from Italy. After their debut release called “Explanation to Failure” in 2016, FMH has followed that up with a sophomore release entitled “A New Death”. The band states in their press release “The common thread that … Continue reading Review of ‘A New Death’ by Five Minutes Hate
Interview by Jessica Clingempeel | Official Facebook Some quarantine fun with Avi & Seann of Symfinity! • What made you want to become a musician?*Averi: I always loved making music with my family and friends because it was so powerful and meaningful, and I had the best music teachers that were always so fun and … Continue reading Fun Interview with Averi & Seann (Symfinity)