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Coopertheband – Kingdoms

Coming out from Tennessee with their sophomore effort, Kingdoms, Coopertheband bring a new take to the alternative/indie sound with a mixture of soft sound, and different instrumentations through the 11 songs. How does it fair? Firstly, the instrumentation on each of the tracks may be simple, but used to great …

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Album Review: Epicenter – Subversion

Thrash metal quartet Epicenter have returned with their second full-length album Subversion, a record that proves the band doesn’t succumb to hitting the sophomore slump. While Epicenter hold roots in thrash, their music contains musical influences that range from progressive metal to hardcore punk. The album opener, “Transcendence,” begins with …

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B.R. Lively – Into The Blue

Folk music doesn’t get a lot of attention this day and age, mostly due to the overshadowing nature of other genres. But is it deserved though? Diving into Into The Blue by BR Lively, not knowing what to expect is certainly a fun experience, and it did prove itself worthy …

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Album Review: Entheos – Dark Future

California quartet Entheos have returned with their second full-length album, Dark Future, a dense work of technical death metal that outlines the band’s ambitious plans for their music. In this album, Entheos expand upon their combination of metal and electronic music that they experimented with in their debut, The Infinite …

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