There was a time when the Pacific Northwest was host to one of the most promising extreme metal scenes in the country. Bands like IDOLS and I Declare War had achieved underground legend status and were poised to breakthrough and join the ranks of deathcore giants like Job for a Cowboy and Whitechapel.

I’m not sure why but it didn’t happen.


A band hailing from Tacoma. They’ve been around for years and have been signed to Century for some time too. But they’re back again with full force.

Their latest release “The Art of Burning a Bridge” reveals a band that is willing to evolve and adapt to an every-changing musical landscape. They have become more dynamic, progressive… bold. No longer are they solely the “blunt-force trauma” that they made their name on; INTO THE FLOOD is an artistic pursuit.

Be on the lookout for their next album “Cycles of Self”.

Check out “The Art of Burning a Bridge” here:

For more INTO THE FLOOD check out their Facebook, Bandcamp and YouTube.


Underneath the flashy Trap sound that has dominated the pop charts for the past few years; there is a beast bellowing, waiting for its time.

An undertow of abrasive and subversive music is aching to hit a wider audience.

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