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brand new eyes by Paramore [Album Review]

Following the debut album All We Know Is Falling and the groundbreaking sophomore Riot!, Paramore brought brand new eyes to the table for their third record, … 359 more words

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God Dethroned - Illuminati - Album Review

Artist: God Dethroned

Album Title: Illuminati

Label: Metal Blade Records

Date of Release: 7 February 2020

Dutch blackened death metal stalwarts God Dethroned return in 2020 with their eleventh album in a career that has spanned nearly thirty years since their formation in 1991. 1,372 more words

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The Drowns “Under Tension”

The Drowns “Under Tension”

The Drowns are a new act to us, but the band’s line up actually consists of veterans from the punk rock scene. 259 more words

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Top-Quality, Sonically Pristine, Previously Unreleased John Coltrane

Here’s a special treat: the new John Coltrane record. That’s kind of a joke: over the years, there have been many “new” John Coltrane records, most of them field recordings of varying quality, some where the iconic saxophonist was little more than a special guest. 337 more words


Short Album Reviews #22 (Selena Gomez, Mac Miller, Eminem, Halsey, Bombay Bicycle Club)

I don’t know if anyone cares, but the last time was July since the last SAR post; it’s been a really long time. After the licensure examination (for teachers), I had a tough time on what 2018 albums to share my thoughts on next so I just decided to f*ck it and stop until the year-end list season came in. 859 more words

ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Immortal’ by Lorna Shore

The conversation around Lorna Shore’s Immortal has been surrounded by the uncertainty of whether it would ever actually see the light of day at all. It comes in the wake of numerous sexual abuse allegations levied at vocalist CJ McCreery, which not only saw the cancellation of upcoming tour dates, but effectively shelving the album indefinitely, something that would later be retracted with the album seeing its original release date after all. 731 more words


Album Review | 'Afterthoughts' by Greywind

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This is one of those bands I heard about by chance and, after listening through this album, find myself wondering why they aren’t more popular then they are. 782 more words