Oct 182013
 

Archers & IlluminatorsRed Cord Records is excited to announce the signing of Chicago based band Archers & Illuminators to the labels roster. The band has plans to hit the studio next May to record their Red Cord debut album. They released their first EP at the beginning of the year entitled “Perception Is Reality”.

The group began in the winter of 2010 with the goal and purpose to spread a light unto this broken world and to love every person they meet. With the message of spreading love and hope, Archers & Illuminators will be sure to continue building to their loyal fan base in the years to come. Continue reading »

Oct 022013
 

My Ransomed Soul - Falsehoods My Ransomed Soul is a metalcore band from Maryland, USA that formed in 2007. They released their debut EP in 2009 when Brendan Frey (vocals) was still a young teenager and the band line-up had not yet gelled. They followed up with their ‘Hourglass’ EP (2010) and ‘Perceptions’ EP (2011), before settling into a more stable line-up for their full-length album ‘The Chains That Bind Us’ (2012). After extensive touring, they signed to Red Cord Records for their second full-length album ‘Falsehoods’ (2013).

My Ransomed Soul is not afraid to state that they are a Christian band made up of all Christian members. Whilst not forcing their beliefs on anyone, they do want everyone to know of the peace, hope, and truth they have found in Jesus Christ. Through their music and actions, the band wants to be a positive influence and is willing to talk to anyone about their beliefs. The current bad members are Brendan Frey (vocals), Garrison Frey (guitar), Mickey Basil (bass) and Daniel Busche (drums).

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‘Inhale Exhale’ Breaking Up

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Jun 062013
 

Inhale Exhale BandCleveland, Ohio’s Inhale Exhale will be disbanding after seven years together. The group released four albums, including three with Solid State Records. The band’s latest album “Movement” has been released Oct. 2012 via Red Cord Records. Guitarist John LaRussa has issued the following statement:

“As of right now, after touring 10+ countries, releasing 4 studio albums internationally, and shooting videos and singles and all that goes along with being in this band, Inhale Exhale is coming to an end. We will be playing Alliance Festival that we have up on our tour page, but have not said yes to any other show offers or festivals this year. We have only briefly discussed if we want to have a final show. We have become to busy with other endeavors or our hearts and minds are elsewhere. Continue reading »

Bloodline Severed – Letters To Decapolis

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Jan 122013
 

CoverBloodline Severed is a six-piece band from Winston Salem (North Carolina, US). Even though they formed in 2003, in their current line-up they have only been together for a couple of months. In 2006 they released an EP (‘Fear of Reality’) and in 2008 they released their first full length (‘Visions Revealed’). ‘Letters To Decapolis’ is their third release.

Bloodline Severed claim to be a band playing a combination of djent and metal. But they are so much more. Yes, they use downtuned eight strings and staccato riffs but I definitely do not want to compare this band with the majority of djent acts out there. Bloodline Severed combine many elements of extreme metal including (melodic) death metal, metalcore and even a bit of power metal. Continue reading »

Interview With ‘Bloodline Severed’

 Posted by on January 11, 2013 at 20:02  No Responses »
Jan 112013
 

3540262971_logoBloodline Severed are a 6 piece Metal/Djent band. They have been together for a few years but have only been with this line-up for a couple of months. Last year they have released a new album Letters to Decapolis and a very cool music video for the song El Gibbor [Mighty God], which can be seen below. Lets have a chat with bass player David and the other Bloodline Severed members:

TMR: Hello to you from ‘The Metal Resource’ Holland, how are things going there in Winston Salem?

David – Hey guys and thanks for allowing us the opportunity for the interview. Things are great! The Band is still growing and changing into its own with nothing but positive’s for the future!

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