ALBUM REVIEW: Dayseeker – Replica

After the highly successful run of their 2022 album, Dark Sun, Dayseeker have decided to take things back a step, revisiting their music in a different light. Continue reading

Dayseeker Share Video for Acoustic Version of “Neon Grave” – New Acoustic Album Coming Soon

Southern California’s Dayseeker Rory Rodriguez [vocals], Gino Sgambelluri [guitar], Ramone Valerio [bass], and Zac Mayfield [drums] — recently announced their forthcoming acoustic album Replica, which arrives digitally on April 19th, 2024 and physically on June 14 via Spinefarm. Pre-orders are live at the links below. The band just dropped the video for their stripped-down and emotionally immediate version of fan fave “Neon Grave.” Watch it here.Continue reading

INTERVIEW: Lawrence “Loz” Taylor of While She Sleeps Unlocks the Meaning Behind “Self Hell”

Ghost Cult Keefy caught up once again with Lawrence “Loz” Taylor of While She Sleeps! Their new album “Self Hell” is out this week on Spinefarm Records! We chatted about the meaning behind the record, writing for guest collaborators, the rise of the band, and what is the best band in Nu Metal? Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: While She Sleeps – Self Hell

From their formation in 2006 to continuously growing on their timeless brand of Metalcore in 2024, British band While She Sleeps have yet to run out of fuel for their fire. Now three EPs and six albums deep into their career, their new record Self Hell (Spinefarm Records) makes it clear the group is still just getting started.Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Kid Kapichi – There Goes The Neighbourhood

Rising from Hastings, England, Punk quartet Kid Kapichi unveils their third album There Goes The Neighbourhood (Spinefarm Records), the blunt and cheeky follow-up to 2022’s Here’s What You Could Have Won. The album maintains the distinct personality the group is known for, utilizing it to present their political ideologies while keeping the music light and fun. Continue reading

Kid Kapichi Share “Get Down” Single and Video from Upcoming New Album

Beat-punk band, Kid Kapichi have just released their single and video, “Get Down.” The track also comes with the announcement of their next album, There Goes The Neighborhood, due out March 15th via Spinefarm Records. The POV-style video was recorded on a hometown night out in Hastings, with the song recounting the tale of a sketchy session. Check it out below, and find out more.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Children of Bodom – A Chapter Called Children of Bodom (Final Show in Helsinki Ice Hall 2019)

On December 15, 2019, Children of Bodom played their final show in the Helsinki Ice Hall. A fitting venue for the Finnish band who had been plying their trade of Melodic Death Metal with a distinct influence of Classic Hard Rock for over twenty years.

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INTERVIEW: Joe Nally of Urne Breaks Down Each Track on “A Feast On Sorrow’


Ghost Cult Keefy sat down with Joe Nally of rising UK metal band Urne, whose new album “A Feast On Sorrow” just released via Spinefarm Records! The album is one of 2023’s best so far and although under the weather, Joe shares a bunch of insights about the album with us, including the impact of producer and mentor Joe Duplantier of Gojira !

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EP REVIEW: Atreyu – The Moment You Find Your Flame


Over the past decade, the once-notorious metalcore band, Atreyu have been going through a metamorphosis of sorts. From breakdowns and screams to grand sing-along choruses and arena-rock sounds, the band seems like they’ve set their sights and hearts on a sound dedicated to a bigger space, arenas, and stadiums instead of their frequented small academy slots where the band originally gained fame. This of course has been met with a strong mixture of love and derision from fans and foes alike since the release of their album In Our Wake. With the last album receiving polarising reviews across the board, will the latest of a collection of EP projects, The Moment You Find Your Flame (Spinefarm) allow the band to start winning back audiences and critics alike?

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