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FROM ASHES TO NEW’S LATEST – “THE FUTURE” – CHECK OUT OUR REVIEW!

From Ashes to New’s sophomore album, The Future, is out now via Better Noise Records. Featuring the lead single “Crazy,” an anthem for the people feeling caught in the middle of a situation and confused by it all, The Future showcases the Lancaster, PA-based band’s revamped lineup and sound. Consisting of founding front man/rapper/programmer Matt Brandyberry, guitarist Lance Dowdle, new vocalist Danny Case, and drummer Mat Madiro, From Ashes To…

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Divided Minds Fresh Pop Punk with Their New EP: ‘Mood Swings’

Divided Minds Fresh Pop Punk with Their New EP: ‘Mood Swings’ by Caren O’toole (PC: Jenny Kaufman and Nahnala Guerrero)   There is something beautiful about the genre of pop-punk; a twist of alternative, hints of angst, a dash of pop, and don’t forget the unforgettable lyrics in the breakdowns and bridges that we always scream at the top of…

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On April 20, 2018 Dallas, Texas band Messer will be releasing their self-titled debut – Check out our review here!

On April 20, 2018 Dallas, Texas band Messer will be releasing their self-titled debut.  A mix of modern rock with honest lyrics round out this 11 song album.  Messer is comprised of members: Dereak Messer (lead vocals), Donnie Deville (guitar, vocals), Javier Contreras (guitar, vocals), Kenn Youngar (drums, vocals), Maddox Messer (bass, vocals). Messer’s single, Make This Life, has recently given…

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Review Of “Curious” The Debut Release From 7 Minute Martians – “Pop Punk At Its Finest”

Debut release from 7 Minute Martians is pop punk at its finest   Remember how much we loved those 90s pop punk bands like blink-182, Sum 41, New Found Glory, and Green Day? It’s been a while since a new band in this genre has caught my attention, but 7 Minute Martians from my hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio has accomplished that feat….

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SHOW REVIEW: RED SUN RISING Is Out On Their First Headlining Tour And Off To An Incredible Start! – New Album THREAD Out Now!

RED SUN RISING is out on their first headlining tour, and they are off to an incredible start. Nashville was their 8th stop on the tour, but it was quite possibly the most important date on the whole tour. It was the eve of the release of their highly anticipated new album Thread. Opening the show at the state of…

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Review Of Napalm Death’s “Coded Smears and More Uncommon Slurs” – Album Out March 30th!

Napalm Death need no introduction. They have been pummeling listeners for decades and are pioneers to the grindcore genre.  On March 30 they will be releasing their new album titled “Coded Smears and More Uncommon Slurs”.  This is a collection of rarities, splits, sold out vinyl editions and Japanese bonus tracks that cover over 10 years, from 2004 to 2016….

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Our Review Of THEM EVILS Latest Single – Got Me Rockin – “A great rock and roll anthem flavored with a little southern rock swagger.”

Musical festival season is almost upon us and one of my favorite parts of the big festivals is discovering great new music and cool new bands. One band I’m really looking forward to seeing at several of the festivals is Southern California rockers Them Evils. They have a great vibe and a fun groove that is sure to get the…

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Album Review – Red Sun Rising’s “Thread” – “After listening to the new album, I can assure fans that they are going to be impressed with Thread”

  There aren’t very many albums that I can listen to straight through from beginning to end without wanting to skip at least one song. However, Polyester Zeal, the 2015 album from RED SUN RISING, is one of those albums. I love every single song. It has a unique sound and infectious groove that make it a musical masterpiece that…

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Album Review of Barren Earth’s upcoming release – “A Complex of Cages” – Release date 3/30/18

Hailing from Finland, the six piece master musicians, BARREN EARTH are set to release a new album titled “A Complex of Cages” on March 30, 2018.  They have been described as progressive death metal, but in reality they encompass so much more, even hints of 70’s prog rock which blends effortlessly. The unique sound they deliver is intricate and yet…

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