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Album Review: Tesseract – Sonder

Having cemented themselves as one of the staples of djent, the U.K.’s Tesseract have returned with their fourth LP, Sonder, a captivating work of metal that demonstrates the band’s continued pursuit to blur genre boundaries. Given that Tesseract’s already renowned discography has effectively raised expectations for their future projects, longtime …

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Toothless – Red EP

Pennsylvania metalcore band, Toothless, describe their influences from bands like The Dillinger Escape Plan, and Every Time I Die. With their new EP, Red, the band hope to combine those influences into these 6 tracks. As quoted by the drummer, James Slattery, “[…] we explored our individual influences more than …

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Album Review: Ann Paul – Stay

Ann Paul is a classically trained singer-songwriter based in New York. Hailing from northern Long Island, Paul’s skill set developed smoothly, having taught herself singing and basic guitar as a child before transitioning to formal training through her teen years. Her chops as a songwriter eventually blossomed while in college, …

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