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Read The Story SPIRITBOX – ETERNAL BLUE (ALBUM REVIEW) Overall Score: 9/10
songs: 9/10
music: 9/10
vocals: 10/10
Pros: a unique emotionally resonant debut from one of metals hottest bands
Cons: virtually nothing

Let’s cut to the chase shall we? Spiritbox are a special band. The kind of band that doesn’t come along very often, and when they do they send shockwaves through the scene.
Read The Story REVIEW: THE FASCINATING & MAGICAL ATMOSPHERE OF MILLENNIUM PARADE’S SELF TITLED DEBUT ALBUM t is fascinating to see how sometimes music translates into art that brings out all the creativity in an artist, from writing lyrics to ideas for music videos. It is even more amazing when all the elements of a musical work seem to almost merge as they are on the same wavelength, expressing the same message despite being completely different art forms. Millennium parade did just that with their debut album THE MILLENNIUM PARADE (released February 10, 2021 via Sony Music). Read The Story OF MICE & MEN – ECHO (ALBUM REVIEW) California metalcore merchants Of Mice & Men offer something old, something new, and something very unexpected on the final, composite part of the EP trilogy… Read The Story BLOODYWOOD: “RAKSHAK” (ALBUM REVIEW BY ALAN RONSON) I feel as though I have been living under a rock for the last few years. I was randomly scrolling through upcoming music releases and found an album cover that caught my interest. It featured a huge elephant standing behind a lone boy. Between the elephant and the name of the album, “Rakshak,” I assumed this was a band from India so I checked it out. The first song I heard blew me away and I emailed the band and asked if I could do a review. If you haven’t heard of this band yet, and are reading this review, I will just say this in advance- “You are welcome.” Read The Story SKYHARBOR: SUNSHINE DUST (ALBUM REVIEW) With a four-year gap between records, two lineup changes, and an entire re-recording, it was fair for the anticipation of Skyharbor‘s long-awaited third album to be tempered by a reasonable dose of skepticism. Thankfully, Sunshine Dust hits the mark far more often than it misses. The result is an album that should easily appeal to established fans and new listeners alike. Though this is a leaner, faster, and occasionally more aggressive version of Skyharbor, Sunshine Dust still stays fairly true to the band’s established sound, despite the personnel changes. Read The Story THE BIRTHDAY MASSACRE – FASCINATION (ALBUM REVIEW) Dark whimsy in an electronic-rock world
Toronto-based group, The Birthday Massacre, releases 9 wondrous tracks on their new album Fascination. The band’s twelfth album establishes an ’80s synth-pop vibe that accompanies their signature spirited rock sound. Vocals from lead singer, Sara ‘Chibi’ Taylor, guide listeners with softness through ravaging guitar riffs and charged keyboard instrumentals. Fascination melts down aggression with vulnerable storytelling. The Birthday Massacre keeps loyal fans listening by staying true to their gothic style while also elevating the atmosphere with whimsy and dreaminess, welcoming an array of eclectic listeners.

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