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Album Review: Stone Sour – House of Gold and Bones Part 2

Stone Sour are a well-known American rock band, formed by members of Slipknot, Corey Taylor and Jim Root. They have released five albums. Their fourth and fifth albums are a set: House of Gold and Bones Part 1 and 2. … Continue reading

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Album Review: Dead Letter Circus – The Catalyst Fire

This is the second album from the newly popular Australian group Dead Letter Circus who seem to bridge the genres of rock, progressive rock, metal, and electronic. They have a very energetic sound, and their lead singer Kim Benzie has … Continue reading

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Album Review: Pearl Jam – Lightning Bolt

Pearl Jam, another 90’s grunge band out of Seattle have released their 10th studio album Lightning Bolt. Although I am personally not the biggest Pearl Jam fan, but their new album was overall agreeable. It is an easy listen, with … Continue reading

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Album Review: Godsmack – Live and Inspired

This two-disc album is an interesting release from Godsmack. The first disk is the first live album to be released by the band, which makes it unique. This disc has thirteen of their well known tracks such as Straight Out … Continue reading

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Album Review: Alice in Chains – The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here

Like most grunge bands of the 90s, Alice In Chains had undergone multiple lineup changes since their beginnings in Seattle, the most notable of course being the death of lead singer Layne Stanley. However, their new lead singer William DuVall, … Continue reading

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Album Review: Nirvana – In Utero… Is it still awesome?

As you all know, In Utero was the third and final album Nirvana released, in 1993. At the time, the album was very different from the radio friendly Nevermind predecessor. It was rough, questionable, but still became a chart topper. … Continue reading

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