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Hollow’s Home Is Not Where The Heart Is Album Review

Metalcore has been a popular subgenre in hard rock for decades now, but like all other genres, it has morphed and transformed into a new age of metalcore. Keeping with the heavier guitars that are just a step lighter and [...]

June 15, 2017 Grooveyness, Music

Defences ‘With Might and Main’ Album Review

  English rockers Defences have created their own distinctive sound on their debut album, With Might and Main. Fusing metal and electronic into their own distinctive sound, the crunching guitars and steady drums aid the main vocals by front-woman Cherry [...]

June 9, 2017 Grooveyness, Music

Ten Cents Short Album Review

Ten Cents Short have only been a band for around three years, and already they have worked with some of the biggest names in the pop-punk scene, and their latest album will make you see why. Titled Major Steps, Minor [...]

June 5, 2017 Grooveyness, Music

Bubbles Erotica Self-Titled Album Review

The eclectic band known as Bubbles Erotica have recently released their full length, self-titled debut album, and are ready to push the boundaries on what you may think of as traditional rock. Combining elements of several different genres and morphing [...]

May 25, 2017 Grooveyness, Music

Dawn of Ashes Album Review

Symphonic black metal is a relatively newer subgenre in the metal category, only having been around for the past 20 years or so. If you’re unfamiliar with this style, Dawn of Ashes newest album, Daemonolatry Gnosis, is a great example [...]

May 11, 2017 Grooveyness, Music

Pete Lynch Album Review

Kill The Monster is the upcoming sophomore album by Maryland rocker Pete Lynch and should be the next addition to your musical library. The album features 11 songs that chronicle Lynch’s life experiences, combining emotional and heart-wrenching lyrics with smooth, [...]

May 4, 2017 Grooveyness, Music