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Gallows

Orchestra of Wolves

September 3rd, 2007 · Written by · No Comments

Gallows

At a mere 5’5 and a buck fifteen, red-headed frontman Frank Carter hardly looks like a formidable foe; however, Carter is currently standing tallest amongst the recent batch of this summer’s buzz bands. From the streets of Watford, England, Carter, with his younger brother and bandmates, have dropped one of the best hardcore albums of the year [...]

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As I Lay Dying

An Ocean Between Us

September 3rd, 2007 · Written by · No Comments

An Ocean Between Us

Long before As I Lay Dying was headlining tours with some of metal’s most recognizable bands, news of their mic snapping, monitor crushing live show was spreading like wildfire. After stints with Ozzfest and numerous appearances on Fuse and MTV2, AILD released Shadows are Security in 2005. Since that pivotal release [...]

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Tegan & Sara

The Con

September 3rd, 2007 · Written by · No Comments

Being a lesbian singer-songwriter entails a certain amount of baggage (see: Melissa Etheridge). It’s also hard to be taken seriously if your musical act is comprised solely of siblings (thank you Brady’s – thank you Hanson bros.). So being Calgary-born lesbian twin sisters, you can bet that Tegan & Sara have put up with quite [...]

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Straylight Run

The Needles The Space

July 3rd, 2007 · Written by · No Comments

The Needle The Space

Straylight’s 2004 debut album cemented in singer John Nolan and bassist Shaun Cooper’s split from Taking Back Sunday. Now free of their contractual obligations with Victory Records, SR’s follow up continues improving upon their brand of piano driven indie-pop. [...]

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Sage Francis

Human the Death Dance

July 3rd, 2007 · Written by · No Comments

Human the Death Dance

Cutting his teeth on the floors of underground hip-hop clubs and emcee battlegrounds, Sage Francis’ latest effort examines the journey behind his growing notoriety. Serving as a mixtape of sorts, Sage Francis’ Human the Death Dance revisits his youth, with several recordings scattered throughout that feature the child Sage throwin’ down his best stuff. [...]

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