Half of the bands we review this week prove that you don’t need a labeler to make and put out awesome music. Sure, a label would help with some more promo and tours and such, but that is a discussion for another time. The point is that, signed or not, if your music is good enough, people will take notice. Like the other half the bands we review this week – they’re signed, their music is good, we noticed. And now you will notice all of them. See how that works?
Reviews: Castle – Under Siege (Prosthetic); Hoth – Oathbreaker (self); Misery Index – The Killing Gods (Season of Mist); Son of Aurelius – Under a Western Sun (self)
Allegaeon -“Threshold of Perception” from Elements of Infinite out June 24th thru Metal Blade
Monuments – “Origin of Escape” from The Amanuensis out July 8th thru Century Media
’68 – “Track One” from In Humor and Sadness out July 8th thru eOne
Betraying the Martyrs – “Where the World Ends” from Phantom out July 15th thru Sumerian
Opeth – “Cusp of Eternity” from Pale Communion out August 26th thru Roadrunner