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Album Review: Von Konow – Lieder

For his latest solo record, Finnish singer/songwriter Marko von Konow has set out to create a project that encompasses a cultured perspective of art. Having travelled all over the globe, it is clear that von Konow is a seasoned artist who looks to incorporate these various cultural elements into his …

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Album Review: Starset – Vessels

What started for me as a mesmerizing live show in late 2014, has become a truly fascinating journey. Since the release of their 2014 Razor & Tie debut, Transmissions, Starset has seen incredible success in a short amount of time and amassed a dedicated following with each demonstration. Always appearing in flight …

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Album Review: Stephen Pearcy – Smash

It’s been awhile since Stephen Pearcy has released a record to eager listeners. Pearcy is known mostly for being the frontman of the 1980s hair metal act RATT, though he has released a string of solo projects dating back to 2002. Alongside the likes of Poison, Quiet Riot, and Skid …

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Album Review: Sepultura – Machine Messiah

Brazil’s thrash legend Sepultura bring the band’s fourteenth album Machine Messiah. Brazil’s thrash legend Sepultura bring the band’s fourteenth album Machine Messiah. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k6YOvZgXeBE Album Review: Sepultura – Machine Messiah Album Review: Sepultura – Machine Messiah 2017-01-12 Luke Spencer Compositions Breaking Ground Engagement Lyrical Voice Production 60 User Rating: No Ratings …

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Album Review. Dot Hacker: N 3

  Dot Hacker’s nine track album N 3 will be released near the end of the month, January 20th to be exact. The band, led by frontman Josh Klinghoffer, serves up a cohesive buffet of songs that bleed into one another with ease. And while that quality sometimes detracts from …

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EP Review: From Inside-The New Era

For their debut EP The New Era, Liverpool metalcore act From Inside have combined a unique mix of metal and electronic music that allows them to fit in with their respective genre. When a band is looking to make a name for themselves in the metalcore scene, it can be …

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