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Cayucas “Real Life” is a somber surf pop album for the Summer 2019

Cayucas “Real Life” is a somber surf pop album for the Summer 2019   By Alex Jones Cayucas is a Santa Monica based indie pop band formed in 2011 (under a different name) by twin brothers Zach and Ben Yudin. “Real Life” marks the the third studio album and the first since 2015 for the twin duo.   The name…

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Review of Allegaeon’s latest – “Apoptosis” – Released 4/19/2019 on Metal Blade Records

Review of Allegaeon’s latest – “Apoptosis”  Released 4/19/2019 on Metal Blade Records   By Rene Botello   The tech death masters are back with a vengeance.  Apoptosis marks a new beginning of a new sound.  It’s still Allegaeon, but also an evolution of dark matter become sonic to assault your eardrums. Different from their contemporaries, their lyrical stance brings nature…

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Ready or Not: It’s the Year of the Locust! – Review of YOTL latest self-titled EP

Ready or Not: It’s the Year of the Locust Review by Cathy Moore   I remember seeing Year of the Locust at Bogart’s in Cincinnati, OH just over a year ago when they opened for Starset on their Immersion Part 1 tour. I had never heard of them before that show, but I have never forgotten about them since. Vocalist…

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Album Review – Chout’s Dogwater is a nod to 90s rock and metal fans alike

Chout’s “Dogwater” is a nod to 90s rock and metal fans alike By Alex Jones Chout is a South Chicago based rock band formed in early 2018, but by the sound of their new album entitled ‘Dogwater” you would think they’d been together as a band since their youth. While the band officially formed within the last two years, they’ve…

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A Mosh Pit Sound- Album Review As Within, So Without ‘Into Oblivion’

A Mosh Pit Sound- Album Review As Within, So Without ‘Into Oblivion’ by: O.M. Coming out of New York, metalcore band As Within, So Without has given the world their newest work: Into Oblivion.   The album starts out excitedly with “Departure.” Lukas Vitullo’s drum work is something that is to easily cause a stir – dare say: a mosh…

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Shallow Side set for skyrocketing success with new full-length album Saints & Sinners OUT 3/29/19 – Album Review

Shallow Side set for skyrocketing success with new full-length album Saints & Sinners OUT 3/29/19 – Album Review     By Cathy Moore for Rock All Photography Music Magazine   Shallow Side is a band that I loved from the first moment I was introduced to their music. Their songs have infectious grooves and rebellious beats that just grab you by…

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Silvertung brings back their signature sound with (But At What Cost??!)

Silvertung brings back their signature sound with (But At What Cost??!) By Cathy Moore of Moore Rock Shots & Reviews   After breaking from their signature sound in 2017 for the all-acoustic Lighten Up, Silvertung goes back to their hard rock roots with (But At What Cost??!) released on February 15 through Thermal Entertainment LLC.   Silvertung has had three…

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Lullwater ready to unleash the magic of Voodoo to the world

Lullwater ready to unleash the magic of Voodoo to the world By Cathy Moore for Rock All Photography Music Magazine   Apparently I have been living under a rock because somehow I have missed the presence of the amazing band Lullwater. Formed in 2007 in Athens, GA, Lullwater was born from the indelible mark that the godfathers of grunge left…

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Check out our review of “Dead Religion” by Align the Tide

Review of Align the Tide’s latest album “Dead Religion” By: Sara Robinson The album ‘Dead Religion’ is a serious album that brings a cultural viewpoint into a world of metal. It is a cumulative album of tracks sorted and displayed to showcase who Align the Tide is and where they are heading. Each track threads itself into a harder and harder…

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The Aviators are proving that rock and roll definitely isn’t dead

The Aviators are proving that rock and roll definitely isn’t dead By Cathy Moore of Moore Rock Shots & Reviews   From the first song of The Aviators’ latest release Flowers and Moonshine, I felt like I had been sucked back into the 1970s when rock ‘n roll was hot and heavy. Even though this is album number 4 from…

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