What do the guys in a progressive death/groove band listen to when they’re not making music? This one may surprise you. Or it probably won’t surprise you if you’re a musician.
Xerath’s “III” was my metal album of 2014. It figured I had to ask the band what their favourites were. They sent me a list of their top five albums. I hate to say this, but I’m going to post something from only one of those albums. Frankly, it would be pointless to post from the other four.