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Cold War Kids – Hold My Home

Summarized in a word: Thundering. Needless to say, the Cold War Kids Album Hold My Home, released October 21, is another impeccable display of Cold War Kids talent. It stays true to the bands past performances with the powerful percussion shown in “First” and throbbing bass demonstrated in “Hold my …

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Album Review: Aurin – Catharsis

Aurin has definitely carved out a niche of their own with their upcoming release. Like peeling back the layers of an intricate novel, Catharsis is an album that gets better every time you give it another listen. Saturated with haunting vocals and a fluctuating hard rock sound reminiscent of Lacuna Coil, Catharsis has …

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Rain City Rockers ‘Mayday’ Review

Edgy pop punk meets… the 50’s? When you mix lead singer Andrew Conroy’s voice with some heavy guitar and catchy “ooh la la’s” you get Rain City Rockers! Somehow this mystery band managed to convince members of Sum41, Goldfinger, Die Mannequin, and Gob to help them record their new album …

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Days in May – EP Review

The newest pop-punk band from North Carolina Days in May is composed of Lance Carrier on lead vocals and guitar, Kaelie Kandel on bass, Kevin Bower on vocals and drums, and Henry Boyd on vocals and lead guitar. Lately they have just been playing shows in North Carolina, but hope …

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