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Liferuiner: Future Revisionists

Liferuiner’s much anticipated new album has everything a hardcore fan could want. Heavy beats, crushing guitar and bass, and a lead vocalist that drives the each songs message home.... Read more
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Mos Generator: Nomads

Other then the band coming off a long hiatus I knew zilch about Hard Rock/Metal act Mos Generator. I uploaded their album onto my Ipod and hopped in the car and headed out for a drive. Windows rolled up, air conditioner on, not a care in the world.... Read more
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Rescuer: With Time Comes The Comfort

My first go round with the debut of Rescuer on Rise Records I had almost written the band off as just another screaming voice in the swell of Hardcore bands out there.... Read more
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Atkins May Project: Valley of Shadows

 The latest release from the band Atkins May Project is my first experience with the band so of course research went into who they are and where they came from. For those not in the know, here is the 411. For those that already know, bear with me.... Read more
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Kylesa: From The Vaults, Vol. 1

My first experiences with Kylesa (according to wiki the name is taken from the Buddhist term Kilesa Mara, a term denoting the delusory mental states) were a bit rocky. I found the intro track to be haunting and extremely interesting.... Read more
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Flyleaf: New Horizons

 Flyleaf will release their third studio album at the end of this month but with the bittersweet news that this will be the last album featuring singer Lacey Sturm . Sturm will depart from the band as they begin touring for their latest release, New Horizons.... Read more
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