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Obsessed With The End - Painted Wives

Obsessed With The End|Painted Wives|Century Media
By Hamza Siddiqi|1st May, 2016
7.5/10

So Painted Wives. You’ve probably never heard of them, but seeing as they’ve just been signed to Century Media and are slated to tour with Lacuna Coil and Butcher Babies this year, this seems like the best possible time.  606 more words

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Frehley's Comet - "Second Sighting" (1988)

I think we can all agree (with the benefit of hindsight) that Ace Frehley was (and is) the coolest and most lovable of the original KISS members.  414 more words

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Album Review: "Strange Weather" by deardarkhead

The beginning for deardarkhead was in 1988 while the true beginning and origin of the band name came in 1867. Post-punk-shoegaze-dream rockers, deardarkhead, derived their band name from an old Irish poem by Sir Samuel Ferguson about a beautiful woman with jet black locks called “Cean Dubh Dilis”. 389 more words

Review: Aesop Rock - The Impossible Kid

Aesop Rock’s seventh studio album The Impossible Kid is the follow up to his 2012 acclaimed album Skelethon. Although the artist has been active, releasing  collaborative efforts as one third of Hail Mary Mallon and half of The Uncluded, a full-length solo Aesop album is always a strongly desired commodity from fans. 682 more words

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Fallujah - Dreamless album review

The progressive death geniuses from California have just released their 3rd full length album, Dreamless. Progressing from their previous album, The Flesh Prevails, which came out in 2014. 617 more words

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Review: Kacey Musgraves — Pageant Material

Pageant Material

Kacey Musgraves | Mercury Nashville | June 23 2015

Pageant Material is another thought-provoking record that’s sure to shock country music’s southern sensibilities.”  649 more words

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Album Review - Riverside - Love, Fear and the Time Machine (2015)

Availability: Spotify, Amazon, YouTube (full album stream), Inside Out Music

www.riversideband.pl

This review comes in light of the death of Piotr Grudzinski, the band’s founding guitarist, who passed away suddenly on 21st Feburary 2016 due to a cardiac arrest. 763 more words

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