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ALBUM REVIEW: Prey On The Fallen Self-Titled EP

Los Angeles’ Prey on the Fallen have decided to try something a bit different with their latest release, EPK. In a scene surrounded by breakdowns, polished vocals and screamed parts, it can be hard to break out. People can become disappointed hearing the same sort of thing over and over. This seems to have motivated the band to try something unique. Prey on the Fallen have used a different formula for this release: a return to strictly rock and roll sound. Please follow and like us:

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Show Review: Garbage Boston, MA

Garbage are at a unique point in the typical life span for a band of their stature. Nearly two decades and five albums in, some may begin to expect a “going through the motions”, “reunion tour” vibe to their performances. The fact that they remain at all is a testament to the ambition of the group, which began essentially as nothing more than a studio project for members Butch Vig, Duke Erikson and Steve Marker. But when they took the Boston House of Blues stage on March 26th, they began…

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ALBUM REVIEW: Tear Out The Heart ‘Violence’

It is evident from the start of their newest release, Violence, that Tear Out The Heart have plenty of energy. The beginning track, “Dead By Dawn” holds nothing back. Fast, chugging guitars set the song off, followed by violent screamed vocals. The song does get softer however, as clean vocals wash over the track and make it a little more balanced vocally. The album continues to follow this structure, and it is executed well. Please follow and like us:

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Album Review: Flatfoot 56 “Toil”

I find it fitting that the boys in Flatfoot 56 decided to name their newest release, Toil. It seems all they do is work. Hard. This becomes quite evident through every one of the thirteen hard-hitting tracks off of their newest offering. While I could discuss the talent it takes to make a mandolin sound like a native to the punk scene, or muse over how much smarter Flatfoot’s newest album is to anything that Dropkick Murphys have ever put out (since people are constantly putting them against each other),…

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