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4.5 out of 5

50 Ratings

Thank god for Invent, Animate


After two full attempts Marcus just ruins it. Seems like he still can't find a suitable vocal range; and just chugs his way through songs. And, oh my, are his cleans horrible. Just went back, the other day, and watched a ton of vocal auditions. Have no idea how he got it. It's been almost four years, since singularity, and I couldn't miss Adrian more. Phenomenal instrumentation, ruined by the atrocity that is Marcus. Two stars, only for the outstanding instrumentation.

They keep outdoing themselves!


Well! Didn't expect the new album to drop so soon and so sudden! But thankfully, not only did these guys meet their level on Node, but they seriously surpassed it! Not only is the instrumentation more layered and more varied, but Marcus's singing is just mind blowing, and the guitars have some passages on here that will call back to the early days of this band. I'm sure there's gonna be a lot of happy fans with this new release. Awesome guys 🤘

About Northlane

Named after a song by fellow metalcore band Architects, Northlane took shape in 2009 in the members' native Australia. Formed in the Greater Western Sydney suburb Blacktown, Northlane quickly developed material and made their recorded debut in 2010 with a six-track EP titled Hollow Existence. They played throughout the country in support of the release and established a reputation as a tireless live act. Once Northlane signed with the Melbourne-based, Warner-distributed We Are Unified label, they put together their first album, Discoveries, and released it in 2011. A modest commercial success, it reached number 85 on the ARIA chart. Despite steady touring, the band followed Discoveries in 2013 with Singularity, produced by Will Putney, whose most prominent credits at that point were on Four Year Strong's Enemy of the World (as an engineer) and the Amity Affliction's Chasing Ghosts (which he mixed and mastered). The set peaked at number three on the ARIA chart. In 2014, after additional tours and festival appearances, founding vocalist Adrian Fitipaldes left the band, which left guitarists John Deiley and Josh Smith the only remaining original members. Marcus Bridge was inserted as the new frontman, and the band released its first single with him, "Rot," by the end of the year. Node, Northlane's third album, was released in 2016. It topped the ARIA chart and subsequently won the ARIA Award for Best Hard Rock/Heavy Metal Album. Early 2017 saw the release of the groove-laden "Solar," the first single from their surprise follow-up to Node, Mesmer. ~ Andy Kellman

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