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Abum Review: Emperors and Elephants – Moth

In the saturated and sanitized realm comprising most modern heavy rock, Emperors and Elephants prove a continually upstanding act. The Chicago quintet has earned substantial traction since their formation over half a decade ago, thanks in part to their assiduous touring ethic. After competently fostering a nationwide fanbase via their …

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Album Review: Youth in Revolt – The Broken

Youth in Revolt’s The Broken debuted on February 17th through Outerloop Records. The album contains eleven brand new songs including the fast-paced self titled single, ‘The Broken’. The band originates from Howell, New Jersey and and was formed in 2014, with vocalist Tanner Allen, Arvin Sarathy on drums, Alex Ramos …

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Album Review: Ashland – Wildfire

Bringing back memories of the early 2000’s female-fronted pop-rock bands, Ashland is gearing up to release their debut album Wildfire. Available on March 17th, this ten-track record oscillates between powerhouse performances and silky-smooth deliveries. The Central Illinois duo formed in 2014 when vocalist Asia Woodward met guitarist Aaron Wood through …

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