Wednesday, September 21, 2016

CD Review: Twelve Foot Ninja Arrive With "Oulier" & Decivilize Debut With New Hardcore Metal

From Melbourne, Australia comes the latest release titled "Outlier" from the fusion metal band Twelve Foot Ninja. They just performed an amazing set at this past weekend's Revolution Rock Festival in Connecticut as they continue their U.S. tour in support of their new album. Beginning with "One Hand Killing," they immediate get the adrenaline pumping with the song's intense rhythm and vocals screams. The energy continues to flow through "Sick," climaxing with the the battle cry of "Invincible." They build up the hardcore metal appeal of "Collateral," before showcasing their jazzier metal side in "Point Of You." The album closes with the exciting tempo changes of "Monsoon" and the rare inclusion of island flair delivered within the heavy metal sound of "Dig For Bones." For a complete list of live dates and to find out more about Twelve Foot Ninja and their latest release "Outlier," please visit

Arriving September 30th is the self-titled debut album from the Wisconsin hardcore metal band Decivilize. Their new eleven-song release begins with the machine-gun drumming of "So Shallow, So Shall I" as the growling vocals demand your attention. They deliver a progressive metal sound with "Top Of The World" as they mix together the different melodies of the song perfectly. They pick up the intensity with the quick pace of "One Soul For Sale" and hit hard on the pounding rhythm of "Choker Chain." The album closes with the Pantera-like roar of "Fake Smile" and the orchestrated mainstream metal ballad "Forever." To find out more about Decivilize and their new self-titled debut album, please visit their Facebook page at

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