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Nadia Pulgar

Concert lover, music fanatic. If it sounds good to me, the rest doesn’t matter.

Album Review: Landscapes – Modern Earth

The melodic hardcore quintet, Landscapes, have released Modern Earth. This will be the group’s second full length album and was released through Pure Noise Records. Landscapes formed in 2010 and is comprised by members Jordan Urch on drums, vocalist Shaun Milton, guitarists Kai Sheldon and Martin Hutton and Tom Paulton …

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Album Review: City of Ashes – Rise

Eastbourne rock band City of Ashes debuted their latest full length album, Rise. The quartet fuses a medley of genres, pulling in sounds similar to bands such as Circa Survive, 30 Seconds to Mars, and Thursday. Ever since their inception in 2009, members Daniel Frederick on bass, Orion Powell on …

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Interview: Wildways

Music Existence had the opportunity to interview and learn more about the Russian metalcore quintet Wildways, formerly known as Sarah Where Is My Tea. Founded in 2009, Sarah Where Is My Tea achieved relative success around Russia and Europe, releasing a self titled EP and two albums. On advice from …

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Album Review: Adept – Sleepless

Swedish metalcore group Adept has released their fourth full-length album, Sleepless with Napalm Records. After experiencing and overcoming several setbacks that delayed the release, the band ultimately created a 10-track record that ventures into deep veins of angst and loneliness. Making up Adept is Robert Ljung on vocals, Gustav Lithammer …

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Album Review: Wildways – Into The Wild

Artery Records newcomers Wildways’ latest album, Into The Wild will be released on March 25th and it’ll include 12 musically diverse tracks. Originating from Western Russia, the quintet blur the lines between genres as they take elements from metalcore, alternative rock, hip-hop and easycore to create their style. The band …

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