Since bursting onto the heavy metal music scene in 2010, Beyond Threshold has performed alongside some of the biggest names in the genre. They worked up their fan base the old fashion way, by performing live and giving their all at every show. On October 28th, Beyond Threshold released their third studio album titled "Live To Fight." It features thirteen-tracks, beginning with a one-minute instrumental that leads into the hard-hitting, aggressive screams of "Purity." The pounding of "Subsick" and the quick, electrifying guitar solo within "Grey Matter" showcases the top notch musicianship within the band. They pull back on the speed and aggressiveness for "Solitude," which seems primed for mainstream metal radio, before Beyond Threshold come roaring back with the energetic blast of "Live To Fight." The band's power is felt in the chugging guitar riffs of "Remembrance," before closing the album with the battle cry of "The Ethic Of Conviction" and the adrenaline-pumping power of "The Mende Effect." To find out more about Beyond Threshold and their latest release "Live To Fight," please visit beyondthreshold.com.
From Southern California comes the return of the punk band Pulley with
their first new album in over five years. The new release titled "No
Change In The Weather" features ten-tracks of energy-filled punk riffs.
Beginning with the songs "No 'I' In Team" and "Different," their music
is very addictive and they sound re-freshed from being away for the last five years. Their song "Sometimes" is a hit single, just
waiting to be discovered and "Farewell" showcases the band's youthful
energy with the quick-drumming and blazing guitar solo. Their new album
wraps up with the SoCal punk blast of "Syndrome" and the slow-down of
"Black Box," which showcases another side to their songwriting. To keep
up with Pulley and to find out more about their new album "No Change In
The Weather," please visit twitter.com/PulleyMatters.