Posts Tagged ‘Light This City’

Light This City – Terminal Bloom

Back in the early and mid 00s, female fronted metal absolutely blew up, especially in the melodic death metal, metalcore and screamo genres. Spearheaded by matriarchs Karyn Crisis and Angela Gossow, bands like Walls of Jericho, Landmine Marathon, In This Moment, The Agonist, Ikilledabearaonce, Hiretsukan, Undying, Eyes Set to Kill, Circle Takes the Square, Made Out of […]

Light This City – Stormchaser

I’ve enjoyed watching Light This City evolve from their rough and ready debut The Hero Cycle in 2003 to through their brilliant third album,  Facing the Thousand , to what is now their swansong, Stormchaser, a mere five years later. The band has evolved from a mere At The Gates worship to a powerful, polished an […]

LIGHT THIS CITY unveils ‘Stormchaser’ release date, tracklisting

Recently disbanded San Francisco melodic death thrashers LIGHT THIS CITY have confirmed Nov. 11 as the release date for the band’s fourth and final full-length album, entitled ‘Stormchaser,’ as well as the complete tracklisting for the 12-song effort, which will be released through Prosthetic Records. A new track, “Sand And Snow” has also been posted on the […]

In Thrash We Trust Tour Review – St. Louis, MO

In Thrash We Trust Tour – St. Louis, MO June 4th 2008 The two hour drive from my home to Pop’s in St. Louis (Sauget, Ill to be exact – right across the river from Downtown) is always a long one, but I’m more than willing to make it to see a good show. Death […]

Light This City offers another video update from the studio

Light This City offers another video update from the studio – guitar and bass recording San Francisco’s melodic death metallers Light This City have issued the second of four in-studio video updates while the band is recording its fourth record, tentatively scheduled for a fall 2008 release via Prosthetic Records. The clip, featuring guitar and […]

Light This City – Facing the Thousand

I’ll make no bones about it. I liked this band. A lot. In fact, I prefer them to the like minded Darkest Hour and The Black Dahlia Murder as far as their modern take on slightly melodic, uber tight thrash metal is concerned. That’s right, I said I liked them better than Darkest Hour, and […]