Category Archives: Album Reviews

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Sleep Party People – We Were Drifting On A Sad Song Album Review (w/ Full Album Stream) + “Chin” / “A Dark God Heart” Music Videos {NSFW}

In this compound post for Danish band Sleep Party People, we review the music videos for “Chin and “A Dark God Heart,” and continue with an album review and full album stream for their latest, We Were Drifting On A Sad Song. “Chin” Music Video Sleep Party People are really trying their best to present...Read...
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Black Breath – Sentenced To Life Album Review

STREAM BLACK BREATH’S “MOTHER ABYSS” You have five seconds to prepare yourself on Black Breath’s newest release, Sentenced to Life. That five seconds of preparation has to be enough, because after the guitars and drums finish fading in on the opening track, “Feast of the Damned,” your neck muscles are forced into a blistering half-hour...Read...
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Ceremony – Zoo Album Review

I’m going to say it right off the bat: anytime a hardcore band does something that isn’t the stereotypical hardcore sound, it gets automatically bumped up at least one full letter grade for ingenuity in its genre. That may be unfair, but it is one of those things that can’t be fully understood until you’ve...Read...
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Grimes – Visions Album Review

At first blush, Grimes’ latest full-length, Visions, may seem like a trendy dance-pop album. Go a bit deeper, and you’ll see it’s not that easy to describe. The Grimes wave was a bit slow to wash over me at first, but once it did, it engulfed completely, making me incapable of choosing anything else to...Read...
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Lapalux – When You’re Gone Album Review

Stuart Howard, or better known as Essex’s Lapalux, has been refining and experimenting with electronic music for quite some time now, and he’s no stranger to diverse and fringe technological music — which is both a blessing and a curse on When You’re Gone. It’s strange trying to critique this album as a whole package,...Read...
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