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Friday, October 31, 2014

Pvris-White Noise

Well, after quite a bit of singles and remixed versions, the complete record has finally arrived.  I must admit that before hearing the single, "White Noise", I was skeptical.  I am an immense fan of the female vocalist style genre, and this ban's female sounds have me fluttered or to be blunt, captivating".  The backing and some embracing track work, work that Lyndsey Gunnolfsen set her vocals and talent to, are so incredible!  This song, "My House"(Featured Video Below) is enough of a reason to grab up the record, than any other.  "My House" and "Ghosts" are quite astonishing tracks.  They are remindful of the artist Ella Henderson.  There is no doubt that both of these stars are destined to be on the top of the Billboard charts.  I would recommend picking this release up, at a show, digital retailers, and a store near you!
Rating: 4.80/5.0


"My House: "Official Music Video

Genuflect-A Rose From The Dead

Genuflect's fear some and relentless power-packed show, had given them all the right to be called "The Four Horsemen: of nu metal in this ever changing music industry.  This banc has layed out eleven powerful songs, which will rearrange your mind from all the mosh pitting and head swirling t hat these guys gives us!  "Gather In The Streets", is once again filled with that instrument ravaging the pounds and throbs in your welcomed soul.  You may new Drew Simmolardes from the relentless band, Reveille.  They released two very solid album, are on the Ozzfest Alumni members.  Theird third album, was sadly shelved, and that is a disapointing act, but now we have Genuflect to forget that ignorant move by Elektra, former home the Reveille; still a bitter moment.  "A Rose From The Dead" is more raw, nu metal, and has built a powerhouse that is hard to stray from.  To point out, other emissions from this great new EP, are "Riot On The Set:, "Gather In The Streets". Futura", and one of my most favorite, rock driving anthem that Genulfect has created, since "Head Hearse-from their "Shadow Side" release a few years back.  It is intense, dark, and basically empowers the fans and listeners to grab even more the amazing artist.  Grab Genuflect-:A Rose From The Dead" !!

Rating: 4.85/5.0

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Thursday, October 30, 2014

Jacquie Lee-Broken Ones

This EP, "Broken Ones" is brilliant.  You may recognize Jacquie from the hit television show, The Voice.  She impressed the judges through and through.  Well, here she is with her debut record, "Broken Ones".  This is incredible vocals and work.  The first single off the EP is the title of the release, "Broken Ones".  Below, you will find the official music video for it, and it will give you a female vocalist gift!  It is my favorite track from the effort, and I constantly find myself spinning it and playing it on the I-Pod, and also on mix cd's.  The third song from the EP, titled "Drown Me in Your Love" is irresistible and beautiful.  You will really enjoy this song, hands down.  "Tears Fall" is the darkest song, and it finds itself among the top tracks of the "Broken Ones" EP.  There is a fun, and upbeat song to get into on the album, and of course we all know it, it is called "Girls Just Want To Have Fun".  Fall into a well done song with wide vocal range and haunting piano, in the track "Right Love".  Overall, this release presents a variety of styles within it, and it delivers pretty well.  There could be stronger songs like "Broken Ones", but this being her first release, she has done quite well.  I would give this a try, I mean for the cheap price, and the quality, you really cannot go wrong with "Broken Ones"!
Rating: 4.0/5.0


"Broken Ones" Official Video


Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Capture The Crown-Reign Of Terror

Capture The Crown are back at it again, with their third release "Reign Of Terror".  They have signed a record deal with Artery Recordings, and I have to say this release is pretty solid.  It is a little bit of a departure from their style and sound from their previous two releases, the first being "Til Death", followed by the limited release of the EP, "Live Life".  The beginning of this release, "Reign Of Terror" is an intro titled "Reign Of Terror", and it leads into the pulse pounding track, "Red Light District".  This song is gut-wrenching, and it is a true post hardcore gem.  The song "Smirk", which follows, is nothing but another fucking killer track!  Their sound may have changed, but it is still a force to be heard and reckoned with.  It took me a bit to take in the change and accept it, but the change also shows the growth of the band, behind the front man and lead singer, Jeffrey Wellfare.  Recently, the band has undergone major changes in their lineup, but Capture The Crown seems relentless in their pursuit of being one hell of a screaming force in this music industry.  "Firestarter" is a track that is killer and has become my second favorite song off of "Reign Of Terror".  It reminds me of their previous songs off their first two releases.  It is quite the jam, that is for sure!  My favorite track is actually two songs, that are tied for my faves.  "Oxy Sunrise" and "Beating The Blade" are excellent reminders of how raw and pure post hardcore and "screamo" music can be.  Other standouts off the album are "To Whom It May Concern" and the lovely track "Janina".  I recommend giving this a try, as it is currently and has been at a cheap and great price.
Rating: 4.25/5.0

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Requiem-The Unexplainable Truth

Well, Steven Juliano has done it yet again.  He has given us a new band, new songs, and incredible music!  With the latest project, the talented vocalist, lyricist, and artist has presented "The Unexplainable Truth".  This record includes fourteen powerful, throttling tracks that are very hard to not get addicted to.  The intro, titled "Gather 'Round The Spoken Pile", is haunting, eerie, and very well done.  This is an excellent way to begin the album.  The first single, which the recently debuted the video for at a album release show, is titled "Sticks and Stones and Her Lovely Bones".  This track is relentless, and the beautifully and gifted vocals of the female band member Jacklyn Paulette set you rocking your fucking head off!  This is my second favorite song of the album, which holds a solid 14-tracks, and if packaged well within, with hardcore music.  A taste of some stand out tracks of "The Unexplainable Truth" are the songs  "Empty Beds in Hospital Rooms", "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang", "The Broken", "Coma", and "The Crown".  Don't get me wrong at all, all the songs on this release are excellent, and I was really not surprised by this.  I have long, long been a huge fan of Steve's projects since he was rolling along with I Am Ghost, then the band that transformed into Requiem, that went by the name of Requiem For The Dead.  Requiem For The Dead release a free album online, titled "Always and Forever", and followed that with a brilliant EP, called "Memories".  As has been stated in other reviews and articles, this indeed is NOT an I Am Ghost "revival", this is far more articulated and well crafted.  I love it, and I am not afraid to show it.  My favorite song off the album is "Where The Hell Did The Romance Go ?".  For me, this one portrays a passionately-driven song, the lyrics are so haunting and rocking, and the vocals are well mixed in, and it is packaged like a "gift".  As a new band on the brink of stardom, and being signed to Cleopatra Records, you can't wrong with "The Unexplainable Truth", from the California band Requiem!
Rating: 5.0/5.0

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