Album Reviews

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Switzerland’s Dreamshade give their energetic take on relationships in Vibrant.   Text Review: Everyone has had some type of relationship in their life that they will never forget.  Whether it’s …

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After the longest gap between albums, Metallica return with Hardwired…To Self-Destruct.   Text Review: Arguably the most well-known metal band in history has finally returned and are bringing their first …

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Highly Suspect surprise everyone by releasing their sophomore album The Boy Who Died Wolf less than a year and a half after their 2015 debut.  

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After making new believers at Warped Tour, Waterparks hope to make even more in Double Dare.   Text Review: With the resurgence of pop-punk bands making a return this year …

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Testament return with a rhythm and progression in its thrash on the new album Brotherhood Of The Snake.   Text Review: You cannot say thrash is dead in 2016 with …

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Korn return with the intention of being heavier than the band has been in years with The Serenity Of Suffering.   Text Review: In October 1994 Korn released their debut …

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Amaranthe bring a variety of styles in the band’s fourth album Maximalism.   Text Review: One singer is the standard.  Two singers make it unique.  Three singers make it unprecedented.  …

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Alter Bridge bring a politically charged album in The Last Hero.   Text Review: Of all the hard rock bands that have been around for over ten years it truly …

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Crobot returns with a groovy trip in Welcome To Fat City.   Text Review: You can love and enjoy all the newer sub-genres of rock but you have to appreciate …

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Young Guns attempt to let go of the past and move toward a brighter future with “Echoes”.   Text Review: Last year Young Guns released an energetic and vibrant album …

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