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Album Review: Epicenter – Subversion

Thrash metal quartet Epicenter have returned with their second full-length album Subversion, a record that proves the band doesn’t succumb to hitting the sophomore slump. While Epicenter hold roots in thrash, their music contains musical influences that range from progressive metal to hardcore punk. The album opener, “Transcendence,” begins with …

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Album Review: Separations – Bloom

For their second full-length album, Bloom, Atlanta act Separations (Myles Priest, Tyler Whitfield, Brenden Worthington, and David Richey) have put together an assortment of tracks that blend together elements of rock, metalcore, and electronic music. Continuing the momentum from their debut LP Dream Eater, the band is currently performing on the …

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