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Ancient Future: The Album Review

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As I didn’t post about Reggae on International Reggae Day, July 1st, today I present my first album review, it’s my thoughts on the beats & … 1,114 more words

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[Album Review] LOFTY GOALS - Locksmith

Buy Lofty Goals – Locksmith

California native Locksmith just released a new project titled Lofty Goals. Before I wrote this review, I had no clue who Locksmith was or what he was about. 603 more words

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The Failure - The Heart is a Monster


Roughly 18 years ago The Failure sadly was just another casualty of the music industry, disbanded due to personal differences. But it was the strength of the final album at the time “Fantastic Planet” that left the punters wanting more. 273 more words

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Rock and Roll Junkie Review!

Many thanks to Rock and Roll Junkie for the amazing review! It is a thoroughly entertaining read, and we very much appreciate the kind words! 200 more words

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ALBUM REVIEW: Witchsorrow 'No Light, Only Fire'

WITCHSORROW
‘No Light, Only Fire’
Candlelight Records, September 2015
9/10

“I’m not a very nice person. I don’t like people. I pretty much hate everything.” These are the inspiring words of Witchsorrow’s universe-despising frontman Necroskull, and his ever-so-slightly negative perspective oozes from the band’s magnificent new album like vomit from a sandwich. 308 more words

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ALBUM REVIEW: Angakok (Self-titled)


ANGAKOK
‘Angakok’
Satanath Records (June 2015)
6/10

This Belgian trio have developed their brand of drone-sludge in two directions simultaneously, evolving a curious, experimental side while also achieving intense levels of ferocity. 271 more words

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Track-by-track album review: Blurryface by Twenty One Pilots

By Emily Ducker

Blurryface, the fourth studio album by duo Twenty One PIlots, was released on May 19, 2015 by Fueled by Ramen. The two members of the group are Tyler Joseph, who sings, writes and plays piano, and Josh Dun, who plays the drums. 339 more words

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