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The Finest Hour “These Are The Good Old Days” Album Review

These Are The Good Old Days is the debut album by indie-rockers The Finest Hour. The press release accompanying the tracks extolled the quality of this new infusion of rock, indie, ska and folk. Now I don’t know about you, but I found that to be quite a terrifying statement. So with much trepidation, I put on my headphones, not ...

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Spanish metal band Kilmara have started recording their third album

Spanish metal band Kilmara have started recording their third album “Love Songs And Other Nightmares”  with producer Roland Grapow in his Slovakia based studio. The album will include guests such as Dave Imbernön from Enuma Elish on keyboards and Kaleb from young Spanish pagan death metal band Drakum on the violin. The band stated on their decision to work with Roland: “After looking into some alternatives ...

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B.B. King “Ladies and Gentleman… Mr B.B. King” Box Set Review

B.B King is one of the most accomplished guitarists of all time, has released over fifty albums, and practically invented a genre. The man made electronic blues popular, and has inspired countless musicians, and is nothing short of a legend. Glad that’s out of the way with. Just as the man turns 87, (last week in fact) Universal has decided ...

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Gallows ‘Gallows’ Album Review

There’s quite a lot at stake for the self-titled third album from Gallows. This is of course their first full release since the departure of original lead singer Frank Carter. Replacing him is Wade MacNeil, who you may have heard from being part of a little band called Alexisonfire. The loss of a lead singer is a huge game-changer for ...

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