Music Review: FINDING GOD BEFORE GOD FINDS ME by Bad Omens (Sumerian Records)

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An interesting, eclectic metal album. Pretty cool.

If I hadn’t already known before listening to the album, I could have easily guessed that Finding God Before God Finds Me was released by Sumerian Records. The range of styles and sounds, mixing clean rock and crunchy, scream-y metal seems to be the calling card of many of the label’s artists. Luckily, it’s a mix that I enjoy very much. Some of the bands are better than others, and Bad Omens falls in the former camp — I only came across them relatively recently, but I’ve grown to like them a lot.

Bad Omens is a talented metal band, switching between the metal and rock spectra quite easily and skillfully. They sometimes remind me a bit of Asking Alexandria. Bad Omens is certainly their own band, with their own sound. They’re difficult to pigeon-hole, given the incredible range of their songs. For some, this might make them seem a bit schizophrenic or disjointed, but I think it makes Finding God Before He Finds Me a very interesting listening experience. Continue reading

Music: “Alone in a Room” by Asking Alexandria (Sumerian Records)

Just wanted to share the latest music video from Asking Alexandria, one of my favourite bands. Taken from their latest, eponymous album, it’s also one of their best songs. Just an all-round fantastic band. Could listen to their latest album and From Death to Destiny any day of the week and still love them.

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