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Album Review: Separations – Bloom

For their second full-length album, Bloom, Atlanta act Separations (Myles Priest, Tyler Whitfield, Brenden Worthington, and David Richey) have put together an assortment of tracks that blend together elements of rock, metalcore, and electronic music. Continuing the momentum from their debut LP Dream Eater, the band is currently performing on the …

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Album Review: The Acacia Strain – Gravebloom

Massachusetts metal band The Acacia Strain have returned with their eighth studio LP Gravebloom, another notch in the band’s discography that showcases their diverse sound. While The Acacia Strain have previously been given the deathcore label, the band themselves have strongly denied being tied to this style, seeing as how …

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Album Review: Inertia – The Process

Inertia are a Southern California metal band who recently made a noteworthy statement with their debut LP The Process. For a debut album, The Process features a diverse combination of influences ranging from prog rock to metalcore and Inertia make it clear that they hold big intentions as a rising group. While …

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Album Review: Tigers Jaw – spin

Emo heavyweights Tigers Jaw have had an interesting path thus far in their careers. Starting off as a lo-fi indie rock outfit, the Pennsylvania rockers quickly rose to fame with their 2008 self titled LP, a record that I still consider to be one of the best products of the …

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Album Review: Civil Youth – Conversations

Philadelphia trio Civil Youth have returned with their third LP Conversations, a record that mixes elements of rock, rap, and electronica to create a unique aura of musicianship. Civil Youth has already toured with big name acts like Twenty One Pilots, AWOLNATION, Phantogram, and Capital Cities, and their multi-genre presentation …

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Album Review: Northlane – Mesmer

Australian metal band Northlane have returned with their surprise album Mesmer which continues to showcase their ever-evolving sound. Northlane’s first two albums, Discoveries and Singularity, were fairly straightforward metalcore projects but the band took a more progressive approach with their 2015 release, Node. Northlane have continued with these musical risks …

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