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Petals of the Red Magnolia by Carol Martini

Carol Martini – Petals of the Red Magnolia

Posted by Larry McCloskey on July 25, 2013
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Category : Music Reviews (CDs/DVDs)
Follow Carol Martini’s latest slice of folk-rock Americana, Petals of the Red Magnolia is at times soft and sweet, but too often sappy and silly. In attempting to channel the likes of Neil Young and Janis Ian into her infusion of pop, country and folk, she has instead created something more akin to an Erma Bombeck musical. To be sure, there is a lot of charm on this disc. Songs like “Love Took Hold”, “SwimRead More
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HUNTRESS to Tour North America With Lamb of God, Killswitch Engage and Testament

Posted by DC-Admin on July 23, 2013
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Category : Music Events, Music News
Follow 2013 is shaping up to be the year of HUNTRESS, following the release of their critically acclaimed album Starbound Beast.  The band has been taking part in the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival and will be touring North America with Danzig immediately following their run on Mayhem and their appearance at the Heavy MTL festival.   And now to top it off HUNTRESS has been asked to take part in one of the biggestRead More
Violent Sagas of the Ancients by Reptiel

Reptiel – Violent Sagas of the Ancients

Posted by Larry McCloskey on July 22, 2013
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Category : Music Reviews (CDs/DVDs)
Follow Never judge a book by its cover. One look at Reptiel’s Violent Sagas of the Ancients is going to get you ready for some Viking metal and you’ll be sadly disappointed. These guys clearly set out to create something different and something different is exactly what they created. “Prelude” opens the disc with a short and awward intro. It seems out of sync and sets the stage for some gothic-tinged rock. Again, though, that’sRead More
En Souvenir de Toi by The Stillwinter

The Stillwinter – En Souvenir de Toi

Posted by Larry McCloskey on July 18, 2013
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Category : Music Reviews (CDs/DVDs)
Follow The first thing that’s going to come to mind when listening to The Stillwinter is Horse The Band. That’s not to say these guys are a ripoff of HTB, but if you like Horse the Band (and you should), then these guys are definitely worth checking out. “Apres La Morte” starts things off channeling that HTB vibe, with a wild mix of eight-bit high-energy synth pop and probably at least a little bit ofRead More
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WILSON Announce Co-Headlining Tour With The Greenery

Posted by DC-Admin on July 16, 2013
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Follow Last week saw the long awaited release of the debut album from Detroit, Michigan’s WILSON.  The world has been clamoring for it and now is the time for #FUCKERY!  Full Blast Fuckery can be ordered HERE. In support of the new album WILSON is ready to bring the #FUCKERY back out on the road.  WILSON has teamed up with The Greenery for a co-headlining North American Tour billed as the “Pillage and Destroy” tour.Read More
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