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Album Review: Greta Van Fleet – Anthem Of The Peaceful Army

A review on Anthem Of The Peaceful Army, the debut full album from Michigan’s Greta Van Fleet. Greta Van Fleet is an American rock band from Frankenmuth, Michigan, formed in 2012. It consists of vocalist Josh Kiszka, guitarist Jake Kiszka, bassist Sam Kiszka, and drummer Danny Wagner.  The band’s heavy rock sound is said …

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Album Review: Coheed and Cambria – Vaxis – Act 1: The Unheavenly Creatures

A review on the next chapter of The Amory Wars: Vaxis – Act 1: The Unheavenly Creatures by Coheed and Cambria. Coheed and Cambria is an American progressive rock band from Nyack, New York, formed in 1995. The band consists of Claudio Sanchez (lead vocals, guitars, keyboards), Travis Stever(guitars, backing vocals), Josh Eppard (drums, keyboards, backing vocals), and Zach …

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Album Review: JØUR – Chiaroscuro

Exploding through the shadows and into the dazzling glow of light comes the striking new EP from velvet songstress JØUR. It’s delicate yet dynamic; daunting yet emboldening; somber yet glistening. It’s the beautiful embodiment of conceptual contrast herself. Chiaroscuro gracefully presents ten tracks, all elegantly balancing on the tightrope above head …

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Album Review: High On Fire – Electric Messiah

A review on Electric Messiah, the eighth full album from High On Fire that is influenced by Lemmy Kilmister. High on Fire is an American heavy metal band from Oakland, California, that was formed in 1998. Matt Pike, the band’s frontman and founder, also plays guitar for the influential stoner metal band Sleep. Electric Messiah is the upcoming eighth studio …

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Album Review: Sylar – Seasons

There’s nothing more rewarding than seeing beloved artists step outside of their comfort zone, take chances, and fucking kick ass at it. New York metal-core band Sylar have outdone themselves with Seasons, released at midnight via Hopeless Records. Following the success of their previous release Help! (2016), the third album overwhelming …

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