Phil visited my house this weekend, claiming that I’m not giving him credit for his Metal Monday masterpieces. But as I said in the first Metal Monday, I don’t write these articles. I edit them because, well, Phil is a terrible writer. Phil does the leg work, including searching for these bands and tracks. It’s a shame he uses clichés, incorrect grammar, and whacky punctuation. So Phil mines the gold, and I polish it. So thank Phil — this is his domain.
Here’s some good news: Phil is starting to upload his findings on his YouTube channel. He started off with the new In Flames CD and is awaiting Trivium’s release. He has other songs on there that he claims can’t be found anywhere else on YouTube. Check it out, and subscribe to his channel. If you’re like me and need something to listen to at your computer, it’s convenient having a quality YouTube man.
I also want to say that if you have any suggestions or underground bands that you think Phil would like, you have a few ways to get those in.
You can contact Phil:
You can contact me:
OR, you can reply to a Metal Monday.
I found a band that’s flirting with promising music. They call themselves Chaos Injected, and their stuff on YouTube is strictly demos and promos, with an album being released in the late fall. They sound good as is – gotta love promising early roots – and I’m featuring their song Mindwreck.
Guitar riffs sound folk-ish and are accented by a softer chorus. It amazes me how some bands can combine what would otherwise be “mean” sounding screams into something that can lull you to sleep. Good drumming in this song too, but it’s not what gives it it’s unique touch. They’re on my radar for future releases, and they should be on your’s too.
(0:36) – Catchy riff
(1:48) – Love the chorus
(2:50 – close) – Nice finish
Song Rating : 8.8 / 10