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ALBUM REVIEW: Men Without Armies Self-Titled EP

Thundering down beats, galloping guitar riffs, deep, dark bass lines and tight, percussive drum fills are the first thing that comes across the speakers when one hits “play” on Men Without Armies debut, self-titled, EP. The EP starts off with the dark and rolling metal “love” song, “Bitter Little Pill” then tears through the EP’s second track, “Metal Rain” where the group proudly spouts their devotion to their work through the chorus, “metal is my religion”. Please follow and like us:

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GUEST BLOG: Love (A Riff) Is All You Need

Imagine capturing your ideas and bringing them to life…regardless of how corny that sounds it is exactly what happened to me over the first 6 months of 2013…and all it took was that one small guitar riff. Flashback 13 years: Fifteen years old. There I was, sitting in my room, and all of a sudden a guitar lick popped into my head.  What I did next changed my life.  I pressed the red ‘record’ button. I felt like an architect. Granted, I was building a shanty, but it was my…

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Album Review: The Shouting Matches ‘Grownass Man’

After scoring “Best New Artist” and “Best Alternative Album” last year at the Grammy’s, Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon has produced another gem. This time, he’s rekindled a musical relationship with his former band mate Brian Moen and Phil Cook to form a blues rock trio.  His newest project – The Shouting Matches – will surprise everyone. Please follow and like us:

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ALBUM REVIEW: Terrible Feelings ‘Blank Heads’

Terrible Feelings’ debut EP titled Blank Heads is a pseudo-grunge-punk delve into awesomely melodic and pop infused indie tracks that will keep listeners hitting repeat over and over again. From the get go, the drums pound into a solid beat leading the way for a lead guitar riff reminiscent of the early days of The Offspring. Speaking of such things the female lead has a primal voice, not afraid to let it get wild. All the while keeping a tight reign on the intended moods with big and broad choruses that sink…

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