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Album Review: Binary Creed – A Battle Won

Swedish symphonic metal act Binary Creed have returned with A Battle Won, a grandiose full-length project that puts forth a truly sweeping style of hard rock. Although this is only the second LP in Binary Creed’s discography, a follow up to 2014’s Restitution, the band is already working on creating …

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Album Review: MUTEMATH – Play Dead

New Orleans genre blending act, MUTEMATH are back with their latest record, “Play Dead.” The album comes as the band’s connection to superstars Twenty One Pilots has revitalized their popularity. Not that MUTEMATH ever dropped out of relevancy, but by 2016 their fan base was loyal, but stagnant. Then came …

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EP Review. The Color Wild: Clean

The up-and-coming, indie-pop quartet, The Color Wild debuted on August 25th their anticipated, electrifying, and exciting EP, Clean. Each one of the six songs are consistently overflowed with intense energy, passionate synth keyboards, and pop melodies to equal a thrilling EP that is extremely hard not to dance to. For fans of Smallpools, …

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Album Review: Bobaflex – Eloquent Demons

For over a decade, Bobaflex have had their fair share of hardships in the music industry. When they put fate in their own hands, they created their own label BFX Records and have been pursuing their passion nonstop. Following their 2015 release Anything That Moves, Bobaflex released their eighth studio album …

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