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The Coolest Bands You’ve Never Heard (Or Have Forgotten)

Today, it seems like all the same artists are debuting hit after hit on almost every radio station, and each one of those top forty tracks is being played back to back several times in a day. Unbeknownst to all but those die-hard music lovers, some of the best songs are those that are rarely… Continue reading The Coolest Bands You’ve Never Heard (Or Have Forgotten)

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Not the Same Old Song and Dance

It’s no secret that the music scene blossoms during the summer months. New artists churn out hit after chart topping hit and highly anticipated concert tours get underway. 2017 seems to be the year for those nearly long forgotten artists to resurface. Bands such as Incubus, Paramore, and Gorillaz, to name a few, have all… Continue reading Not the Same Old Song and Dance

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American Idiot to American Classic

On Oct. 7, Green Day released “Revolution Radio," their twelfth studio album. The album’s message is about the current state of America and how it is becoming more disoriented as time goes by. Each song on this album plays an important role in expressing the band’s current views. The opening track is called “Somewhere Now,”… Continue reading American Idiot to American Classic

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Bringing Life to a Complicated Genre

Australian Progressive Metal band Caligula’s Horse have been making quite a stir in the Progressive Music community, with many fans comparing them with Prog icons such as Dream Theater. With their third studio release, Bloom, they have done more than ever before to deserve that praise. Between the album’s exceptional production, phenomenal writing, and all-around… Continue reading Bringing Life to a Complicated Genre

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An Album Full of Repetition and Stagnation

In the past decade one of the most popular subgenres of Heavy Metal music to appear is Metalcore. There are dozens upon dozens of bands that follow the same basic pattern of mixing classic Heavy Metal with Death Metal, but there are few that are more well-known than All That Remains. The band has just… Continue reading An Album Full of Repetition and Stagnation