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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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Album Review: Shadow Brother – Delta of Time

In Memphis, Tennessee’s alternative scene, Jeff Schmidtke and brothers Toby and Jake Vest worked to magnify their artistic stature for well over a decade. This all comes into perspective, starting with the burgeoning success of their first band, Augustine, as far back as 2003. Progressing through a multitude of projects, …

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EP Review: Alastor – Black Magic (Out March 24)

If informative, story-driven EPKs have become the primary method for garnering traction, then let Swedish doom connoisseurs Alastor defy that practice. Little is disclosed about the quartet. “H” and “J” comprise the guitar work, while singer/bassist “R” and drummer “S” keep the back beat. To top it off, Alastor’s mere …

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