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Invidia, ‘As The Sun Sleeps’ Album Review

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Today I am taking a look at As The Sun Sleeps, the debut release from Invidia, which has members from Five Finger Death Punch, Skinlab, In This Moment, and Six Ounce Gloves. I’ve heard of both FFDP and Skinlab, so I had high expectations for some badass modern metal. Let’s[…]

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Blacktop Mojo “Burn The Ships” Album Review

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Blacktop Mojo “Burn The Ships” CD Release Review By: Rachel Gipson So… Pink Floyd, Tool and Skinny Puppy all had a baby together…   And named it:  Blacktop Mojo The “Burn The Ships” album, their now second album to be released, brings strong influences from the 70s rock and metal influences[…]

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Davey Suicide “Made From Fire” Album Review

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Review By: Rachelle Hoffman   The new album, Made From Fire, by Davey Suicide has a fresh new sound behind this album.  The alternative metal group has been around since about 2011, and I feel as a long time fan of their music, this one stands out from the others.[…]

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BrokenRail: Self-Titled Debut EP Review

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Album Review BrokenRail by Song River BANGS! Music & Entertainment And SoundWave Brigade Cruising out of the hard rock back roads somewhere along the paths long traveled comes the band BrokenRail. Calling Birmingham, Alabama home band mates: Blake Clawson – Lead Vocals, Dave Delacruz – Lead Guitar, Dick Black –[…]

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Bleeker: “Erase You” Album Review

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By: Song River A deliciously tasty, gritty, hip-shaking dig seeps the urban rock n roll street sounds of the Canadian band, Bleeker. This alt band out of Orillia, Canada is serving up a lush, taunting side of raw rock n roll and Bleeker is your front door servicemen as vocalist[…]

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As Lions- “Aftermath” EP Review

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By: Jane Porter   It is rare to hear an EP contain such a diversified range of emotions in the hard rock world. Yet, here As Lions has done with finesse on their forthcoming album, release date–October 14th via Better Noise Records called, Aftermath. This EP strikes each chord with power and[…]

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Covenant “The Blinding Dark” Album Review

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Review By: Zander Buel If anything can be attributed to Covenant’s longevity, it’s always been their forgoing of traditional club song structures, a progression that many other bands of their ilk have not followed. Even during their less inspired moments, Eskil and co.’s approach to album craft is often second[…]

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State Of Mine “Devil In Disguise” EP Review

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       State Of Mine will be releasing their second Ep, Devil In Disguise on September 15th, of this year and Soundwave Brigade was provided with an advance copy to listen to and review. So below is our opinion and experience with their soon to be released sophomore EP.        Devil In Disguise[…]

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Cygnets “Alone Together” Album Review

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Review By: Zander Buel Cygnets’ momentum of new music is relentless. 2014 saw the release of two full-length albums, Isolator and Sleepwalkers, and they’ve returned barely two years later with another brand-new LP. The Canadian trio’s brand of contemporary new wave continues in Alone/Together, with the same glammy drama that[…]

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AVATAR – Feathers & Flesh Album Review

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Let me preface this review and say there will be a lot of references to other bands. This is in no way to say these songs or this band is influenced by the bands or individuals refereed to. These references are used completely for descriptive purposes. There is a lot[…]

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Pierce The Veil “Misadventures” Review

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Reviewed By: Reanna Diehl.         First off, I am a HUGE Pierce the Veil fan. I was first introduced to them in 2010, and I literally listened to Selfish Machines every day for the full year after that. That album is still my favorite one from PTV,[…]

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Pathways “Dies Irae” EP Review

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Reviewed By: Alex of MusicWatchdog          Today, Pathways releases their new EP Dies Irae from Tragic Hero Records and Music Watchdog.com was provided a copy to listen to and review and share our experience with Pathways latest release with you.        Pathways describes themselves as a metal band, but with their[…]

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Adelitas Way’s ‘Getaway’ album review

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A good album, to me, is one that keeps the listener on their toes, something that doesn’t let its audience get bored, and Adelitas Way’s ‘Getaway’ is definitely that. If you’re looking for something reminiscent of their previous work, this album isn’t for you. The change is refreshing and allows[…]

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megadeth Dystopia album review

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The verdict is in and it looks good 🙂   Review By: Todd Adkins.   Megadeth has just put out their 15th album Dystopia and it’s heavy. If you are looking for something that harkens back to the old Megadeth this is not your album. But if you are looking[…]

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doll skin In Your Face ep review

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Hello everyone, In our continued efforts to keep you informed about our local Phoenix music scene we recently had the chance to see Doll Skin performing at Marquee Theatre. After delivering an impressive and enthusiastic performance for the audience, we at Music WatchDog walked up to their merchandise booth and[…]

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