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Parkway Drive formed in 2003 in Byron Bay, Australia. By 2005, the quintet would release their full-length debut album, Killing with a Smile, then go on to release four more albums – ranging from 2007’s Horizons to 2015’s Ire – over the next decade. There have been line-up changes, ARIA nominations, and a No. 1 album for the guys, all weaving together to formulate a lengthy career that has also produced 1 EP, 2 DVDs, 2 split-albums (one with fellow Aussies I Killed The Prom Queen), and a book (Ten Years of Parkway Drive). The irony here is that Parkway Drive have a delicious sense of Classic Metal that underlies much of what they do on Reverence, creating an album and a sound that is perfectly welcoming of Metal fans old-school and new-school; making them a kind of Heavy Metal gateway drug, if you will.
Now Ire’s follow-up, Reverence, has arrived, it feels like Parkway Drive have already done much of the heavy lifting – the band could essentially have delivered the same again and still remained ahead of the curve. Metal Hammer Newsletter.
Aussie metalcore bros grow up fast on their grief-stricken, arena-ready sixth LP. Once the party-starting surfer bros of modern metal, Parkway Drive have been forced to grow up fast on ‘Reverence’. Plagued by a multitude of close-to-home deaths and faced with grief for the first time, the Byron Bay five-piece retreated into the studio to work on a follow-up to their arena-baiting last record ‘Ire’, hearts weighing heavy in their chests.
Reverence (Parkway Drive album). Reverence is the sixth studio album by the Australian metalcore band Parkway Drive. The album was released by Epitaph Records on 4 May 2018. The album won the 2018 ARIA Award for Best Hard Rock/Heavy Metal Album The cover of the album depicts a restored version of the monumental religious oil painting by Peter Paul Rubens, ti. .
Reverence could have turned out very differently. In the hands of another band, this album would, most likely, have contained 10 relentlessly crushing tracks with no let-up, no breath of fresh air to counteract the fury. Such was the devastation that Parkway Drive experienced between 2015’s Ire and the recording of this sixth full-length, you’d have forgiven them for taking such a route – straightforward as it may be. This isn’t how Byron Bay’s finest spend their time on Reverence, however. Reverence’s highlight comes in the form of its final moment, The Colour Of Leaving. The most touching song of Parkway Drive’s career – with the lyrics being written for late Architects guitarist Tom Searle, as well as Winston’s dog, Monty, who passed away in his arms – the album’s parting gift is both a moving tribute to those taken too soon, and one final overwhelming flood of catharsis.