James Monteith (Tesseract and Cage Fight)
"Awesome Sh*t" was the first thing James Monteith of TesseracT and Cage Fight said when listening to lead single ‘Uprising’ from the debut album, and he’s not the only one loving it.
On Friday the 21st of October, progressive metal band Beneath The Ruin released their debut album ‘This Thing a Quiet Madness Made’, which is available to stream on all platforms here.
Following a hugely successful album launch show at Satans Hollow, Manchester, the release has been positively received across the industry. The album has gained over 10,000+ song streams and 20,000+ video streams on Youtube. It has also received support and airplay from BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio Merseyside, Primordial Radio and more.
In an article for Invicta magazine, reviewer, Josh McNelly, states that the album “Flourishes with character” before giving the piece a thorough and impressive review. He compares the band to Periphery and Meshuggah, whilst commenting that the guest vocals of Liv’ Johnson on Delta-VII are similar to that of Amy Lee.
Concluding, Josh describes the album as “Confident and refined, with a sense of identity here that you don’t always get from a debut, Beneath The Ruin have crafted a varied, exciting and notable offering.”
You can read the full article here.
In an article for Gig Radar, in which the band were awarded New Band of the Week, Robilaz described the bands sound as “an intriguing fusion of aggressive metal, Djent grooves and huge breakdowns with engaging vocals, shoegaze and post-rock elements”, before diving into each track.
The full article can be viewed here.
On the airwaves the praise continues, with Radio One’s Alyx Holcomb supporting the title track from the album, describing it as “Such a sick track” when talking to the band, shortly before featuring it on her show.
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