Category Archives: math metal

Threat Signal – “Disconnect”

Another band that’s back in action after being quiet for a number of years is Ontario’s Threat Signal. To be fair, the band has weathered many challenges since they released their self titled third album in 2011. They faced everything … Continue reading

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Mammoth – “PROGenies”

I remember happening upon Progman Rob’s review of Mammoth’s 2016 LP “Deviations”, and subsequently adding the release to my very large list of “need to check this out at some point” bands and albums. Unfortunately, although always noted with the … Continue reading

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Without Waves – “Lunar”

Somewhere between order and chaos, you will find the latest album by Chicago’s Without Waves, “Lunar.” The album changes quite regularly from chaotic math metal like you’d hear from Converge or even the Dillinger Escape Plan to a more ethereal, … Continue reading

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Mammoth – “Deviations”

Mammoth are one of those bands that I feel I should have known about before this. The sheer skill and musicality of this trio are things that should get them noticed by anyone into jaw dropping prog metal. On their … Continue reading

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Meshuggah – “The Violent Sleep of Reason”

Meshuggah and I go way back: that is to say that the band was one of the first I discovered that truly sounded like nothing else, and my headlong dive into their music really began to expand my understanding of … Continue reading

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