Ryan McAllister, guitarist for tech metal band In the Midst of Lions, remembers writing and recording their debut Facedown album The Heart of Man.
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I have a hard time believing we released this album 5 years ago, time really flew by. The Heart of Man was my favorite record we released; I had the most fun read more »
Highlights from xDeathstarx’s reunion set at Facedown Fest 2015.
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Facedown Fest Friday in full effect today with footage from War Of Ages!
The new summer sampler is now available for download! Check out songs from For All Eternity, Gideon, Attalus, War of Ages and more!
Five years ago today Impending Doom’s Facedown masterpiece “There Will Be Violence” crashed onto the metal scene.
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For All Eternity’s new album “Metanoia” is out now! Pick it up digitally on iTunes, Amazon MP3 or our online store. You can grab a CD copy on Amazon or pick it up in our online store with some exclusive For All Eternity merch. Special thanks to everyone who pre-ordered this album, we hope you are enjoying it as much as we are!
Vocalist Andy Atkins and guitarist Blake Martin look back on the controversial A Plea For Purging album “The Marriage of Heaven and Hell.”
Andy: Wow, 5 years?! Time flies when you’re having metalcore. The Marriage of Heaven and Hell was one crazy ride, man. It’s pretty trippy to look back in retrospect at these songs and their lyrics. I’ve always tried to be an honest guy and I feel that shows in Plea’s records. Sometimes transparency in art can taste like a big dirty shoe, though. read more »
Five years ago today My Epic released their touchstone Facedown Records album “Yet.” Now the brothers Stone reminisce about the difficult circumstances surrounding their most satisfying release.
Aaron Stone: When I think back on Yet all I can think of is the faithfulness and power of G-d. We had been a full time band at that point for almost three years. We were proud of our first record but knew we could do better and had no clue how to make that happen. Jesse was stepping out of the band, things were tight financially, and Jeremiah and Jesse were newly married. read more »