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Cain Miller

Cain Miller is an aspiring writer who hopes to work his way up and gain notoriety for his material. Having written about film, television, music, and sports, Cain is always looking to gain as much experience as he can and continue to improve his writing abilities.

EP Review: Tom Lumley – Dream City

In his debut EP Dream City, singer/songwriter Tom Lumley combines impressive guitar work and his distinct voice to create a project that will surely put him on the radar for many listeners. For this EP, Lumley has taken inspiration from older rock artists but has added his own flair and …

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Album Review: Lorna Shore – Flesh Coffin

New Jersey metal quartet Lorna Shore have returned with their sophomore LP Flesh Coffin. Lorna Shore are known for their unique combination of multiple metal genres ranging from death metal to metalcore. While in their own right paying tribute to these many metal genres, Lorna Shore have created their own …

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Album Review: Super Snake – Leap of Love

For their debut album Leap of Love, New Jersey hard rockers Super Snake have assembled a rhythmic ride that draws inspiration from many different genres. Super Snake are a talented group of musicians looking to incorporate several different facets of rock into one cohesive project. In Leap of Love, the band is certainly …

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Interview: Moscow

Hailing from Russia, Moscow is an emerging rock singer who has hopes of making a name for herself in the L.A. music scene. Taking influences from hard rock, glam metal, and post-hardcore, Moscow carries a diverse range of music tastes and she looks to incorporate these many facets into her …

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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: 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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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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EP Review: Sloucher – Certainty

West Coast trio Sloucher have bounced onto the indie rock circuit with their debut EP Certainty. Sloucher, consisting of Jay Clancy on guitar/vocals, Kyle Musselwhite on guitar, and Jack Hamrick on drums, appear to have created this project as a means of testing themselves and hopefully move forward as musicians. …

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