Features News 

Best Of 2013: Albums, Concerts, Unsigned Bands To Watch

Every year, Infectious’ staff put together our “Best of” lists to bring you our favorite albums, concerts, and recommend unsigned bands from 2013. This year, we are pleased to bring you our tops, including A Day To Remember, Fall Out Boy, Frank Turner, and more. Check it out below, and don’t forget to purchase a CD or buy concert tickets from each band’s website. Check out our best live shots of 2013 here. Please follow and like us:

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Album Reviews News 

ALBUM REVIEW: Hands Like Houses ‘Unimagine’

Australia’s Hands Like Houses burst onto the scene last year after an impressive debut on Rise Records. It was not the typical release you would expect from Rise – rather, it was a breath of fresh air.  Recently, Hands Like Houses have released a follow up, continuing their own take on rock music without normal hard rock staples like the familiar breakdown. Please follow and like us:

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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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Album Review: Empyrios ‘Zion’

In a genre often called stale, unimaginative or terribl , it is refreshing to see a band take elements of the genre, and make them their own. Though there are great bands in the post-hardcore genre, sometimes it needs shaking up. Rimini, Italy’s Empyrios appear to be setting out to do just that. Their latest release, Zion, is likely to be enjoyed by a genre fan. Please follow and like us:

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