Song Review: Taipei Person / Allah Tea
Stone Sour have done it again. They have put together another album titled Hydrograd, which will be available everywhere June 30th. Stone Sour is Corey Taylor’s first band, though he is more famous for being Slipknot’s vocalist.
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Anathema began their career all the way back in the 90s as, believe it or not, a doom metal band touring with the likes of Cannibal Corpse. They have come a stellar long way. The Liverpool, England band have had multiple lineup changes and have experimented with multiple sounds moving from their metal beginnings to a progressive, atmospheric, often anthemic style.
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Saints Patience with our Song of the Day
They are a talented new duo from London offering up guitar rock with a true classic rock vibe. “Patience Awakens” is a gritty stomp through your mind paced by catchy guitar riffs and a filthy solo from Spencer. The vocals from Mudibo are the ideal complement and they weave masterfully through the song.
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New Music Monday SOTD: Sir Sly – High
Los Angeles pop-rockers, Sir Sly are back with a compelling follow-up to their 2013 smash “Gold.” Landon Jacobs’ showcases a more dynamic and exciting range on his vocals on “High” and Sir Sly demonstrates they’re a band that continues to grow.
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Teen Divorce – Almost Heaven EP Review
Jacksonville Florida emo/punk pop trio Teen Divorce dropped their self produced debut EP Almost Heaven, late this winter, in the midst of 2017 tour leg. The record has a unique and nostalgic feel despite a fairly modern indie sound. It’s heartfelt and almost accidentally catchy. Their music is obviously genuine and I see a lot of potential in their work as they move forward through upcoming tour dates and a future full length record.
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Floral and Fading – New Music from Pierce the Veil
Pierce the Veil recently debuted a music video for their new, and charming as hell, pop punk track, “Floral and Fading”. It’s a classic emo hit that might seem shockingly overproduced and synthy if you aren’t used to Fearless Records, but there is something to be said for that sticky sweet and nostalgic 3rd wave emo sound. Lighthearted delivery of suicidal lyrics, a music video that nods to “Smells Like Teen Spirit”, and the never forgotten “woah-oh” laced breakdown together are oddly classic at this point.
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Ingenue assaults your headphones as a long rush of fuzz and distortion but gradually transforms into a slick indie rock offering. The song is a meandering track that demands attention and delivers a creative vibe much different than anything else on the markets these days. At times, I felt like I had my ass parked on a huge bass speaker in the corner of the dance floor at The Revival in Philadelphia listening to a killer new wave dance party.
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Glazzies Spill Video
They are the pride of Sag Harbor, NY, and one hell of a fun band. The Glazzies, a hard-hitting Alt-Rock duo are riding the success of their recently released Kill Me Kindly album. Today, they’ve delivered a compelling and entertaining new video for their song “Spill.”
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