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‘This Island, Our Funeral’
Candlelight Records (September 2014)

A beautiful dream. Dissonant, tangential guitars echo across open hillsides, bass beats red and meaty like a human heart, subtly evocative keyboards move gently on the breeze, the drums come and go as the rising and the setting of the sun…  days pass by, and only the music speaks. 480 more words



Reviewed by Mark Plummer

For a lot of people, this is an end of an era – seven albums later and it’s reached the swan song. 433 more words

Push To Fire

Today's accused: The Flesh Prevails

I don’t think I’ve ever needed as much time to write a review as I did with this one. Exactly why that is, I don’t know. 826 more words

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NEW Releases - July 22, 2014 - Fallujah, King of Asgard, Overkill, Within the Ruins

Fallujah – The Flesh Prevails (Unique Leader Records)

In the rough and tumble death metal scene, the “progressive” label has recently been placed on anything and everything that has an extra few time changes and guitar solos in between the next outburst of double bass blast beats. 214 more words


Ghost Stories - Coldplay, Album Review by J.B. Freecheck

Ghost Stories – Coldplay

Album review by Joel Freecheck

Coldplay’s newest album is a hauntingly powerful collection of music that exceeds their previous title. Headed by “A Sky Full of Stars”, “Magic” and “Midnight”, The band not only seizes your attention but inspires you to love who you want to love and be who you want to be. 262 more words

J B. Freecheck

Album Review: When I Was Younger by Colony House

A fantastic indie rock debut from the Franklin, TN group showcases multiple styles through a feel-good filter.

Trouble in Paradise by La Roux

Why must you keep me in your prison at night?

We all know La Roux. Originally the duo of Elly Jackson and Ben Langmaid but now the La Roux moniker just acts as a pseudonym for a Jackson solo act. 747 more words