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Meet Me @ The Altar

Meet Me @ The Altar – Past // Present // Future | Album Review

From meeting on YouTube to being the backdrop of a Taco Bell commercial, Meet Me @ The Altar’s skyrocketing popularity isn’t without its detractors....
Periphery V

Periphery – Periphery V: Djent Is A Not A Genre | Album Review

This is another massive, proggy, metalcore, djenty, fill-in-your-own-subgenre-here album that checks many boxes. The guitarwork from Misha and Mark is creative, wild, and fantastic....
Godsmack Lighting Up The Sky

Godsmack – Lighting Up The Sky | Album Review

The advertised final album from Godsmack and if that is true then…thank God. Lighting Up The Sky is the boomer butt-rock album filled with...
Avatar Dance Devil Dance

Avatar – Dance Devil Dance | Album Review

For a band that describes itself as a metal circus, Dance Devil Dance shows that off as the FUN type of circus, not the...
Paramore This Is Why

Paramore – This Is Why | Album Review

First Paramore album in roughly six years for Haley Williams and company. This time, there is still an attitude but not as much anger....
In Flames Foregone

In Flames – Foregone | Album Review

The band said they wanted to make something more aggressive. Honestly, it does sound like In Flames is trying to recapture that intensity they...
White Reaper Asking For A Ride

White Reaper – Asking For A Ride | Album Review

If you are into the garage band style that was big in the 2000's, then you are going to be into Asking For A...
Måneskin Rush Album Review

Måneskin – Rush! | Album Review

17 tracks over a long recording process from Italy's Eurovision heroes. This is the group's attempt at going truly worldwide with mostly singing in...
Ville Vallo Neon Noir

Ville Vallo – Neon Noir | Album Review

For all the long-time HIM fans wishing the band was still around, I assure you this album will satiate that need. Neon Noir is...
Anti-Flag Lies They Tell Our Children

Anti-Flag – Lies They Tell Our Children | Album Review

A punk album with over half the tracks including collaborations with big names like Jesse Leach, Tim McIlrath, and Brian Baker. There are some...

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