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Limb - Saboteurs of the Sun

To feel excited about hearing a new album for the first time is great, but to feel excited about someone else hearing it, now that’s special, and today, MonkHammer feels very special indeed. 301 more words


Randall King releases self-titled album - Review

Classic country artist Randall King put out his self-produced new record on April 27, and immediately saw it crack the top 10 on the iTunes country album chart. 219 more words


Album Review: Manor of Infinite Forms - Tomb Mold

The Great Mackintosh has always been a huge fan of an aptly titled band, you know the type I mean. Like Necrot, or Pissgrave, or to state the bleeding obvious example, Death. 565 more words


Album Review: CHVRCHES - "Love Is Dead"

By: Jessica Nakamoto –

Since the release of their second album nearly three years ago, Scottish synthpop band, CHVRCHES, have been busy dropping breadcrumbs of sorts to eager fans. 851 more words


ALBUM REVIEW: Amorphis - Queen Of Time

Today I will be doing a slightly belated review of the latest album from Finnish Folk / Melodic Death Metallers Amorphis.

  1. The Bee is a beautifully melodic and calming introduction with brutal growled vocals, stunning cleans, catchy guitars and a slight Egyptian feel to it.
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Buck Meek—Buck Meek (Keeled Scales)

Buck Meek is a live wire. The first time I saw him on stage was with the rest of Big Thief in a little club in Dallas. 890 more words


Album Review: Julie Reeves - 'It's About Time'

Julie Reeves moved to Nashville in 1994, where she got jobs doing studio work and singing demos. She then found herself the guest vocalist on Bill Engvall’s “Should’ve Shut Up” and a recording artist for Virgin Records, where she released her lone studio record, It’s About Time in 1999. 727 more words

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