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Crash Street Kids - Sweet Creatures

Glam rock can be a hit or miss and it just falls short to hitting the miss mark in my ears. For glam rockheads Crash Street Kids and their latest release "Sweet Creatures" it hits the mark of horror glam rock rotating to numerous artists such as The...
by Natalie's World on Jul 3, 2012

Creature Feature - The Greatest Show Unearthed

Using their inspiration from Danny Elfman, Tim Burton, horror flicks, and all other insanity they can concoct in their mindless brains, Los Angeles's Creature Feature have gone on to release an album entitled "The Greatest Show Unearthed" the follow-...
by Natalie's World on Jul 2, 2012

The Word Alive - Life Cycles

The Word Alive's "Life Cycles" release is one that takes a listener such as myself who has heard their material from the numerous front personal they have had over the course of their careers and it makes me think why? This is only the second releas...
by Natalie's World on Jun 29, 2012

Fear Factory – The Industrialist

Never being a fan of Fear Factory's material their all new release "The Industrialist" has its tale to tell. Buton C. Bell says it's a concept album with a story written around the entire thing. Bell notes, “The protagonist (The Industrialist) is t...
by Natalie's World on May 20, 2012

To Speak Of Wolves - Find Your Worth, Come Home

Metalcore misfits To Speak of Wolves latest release "Find Your Worth, Come Home" takes a step into a direction the band had seen coming from miles away. Hence their style hits the ground hard with sounding a lot like Underoath. Well founder Phil Cham...
by Natalie's World on May 16, 2012

Six Feet Under - Undead

Six Feet Under have returned with an all new album since their series of cover albums has passed it is time for some all new material don't you think? Frontman Chris Barnes is back with his new routine of bandmates and has kicked things up a couple...
by Natalie's World on May 7, 2012

Cattle Decapitation - Monolith of Inhumanity

Cattle Decapitation now that's a name that’s crossed my mind more than once but haven't really heard much of their material except for a few releases let alone, ever seeing them perform there is little to go on for me except that they're a part of...
by Natalie's World on May 3, 2012

Gavin DeGraw - Sweeter

It has been a long road coming for New Yorker Gavin DeGraw and his debut full-length "Chariot" (2003). With a re-release "Chariot Stripped" (2004) and three releases to follow through "Self-Titled" (2008) "Free" (2009) and most recent "Sweeter" relea...
by Natalie's World on May 2, 2012

CD Review: Everlasting – Meet The Maker @JoiningDotsDist

So, I’ve been asked by Joining the Dots Distribution if I could start reviewing some books, CDs and other things for them. You may know that I already review books for SPCK which I thoroughly enjoy, and there will be more of those reviews on th...
by DeanRoberts.Net on Apr 23, 2012

Edge Of Attack - Self-Titled

Edge Of Attack is an act that crossed my path a while back with the single release of the track "Forever" from then on their music stuck with me and since we last spoke the band has grown in more ways than once. With the release of their self-titled...
by Natalie's World on Apr 22, 2012

Make Me Famous - Its Now Or Never

When it comes to one outlet source there is a variety of ways to use it that is what Denis Shaforostov did promoting himself then began promoting his own take on a metalcore band by the name of Make Me Famous. Go Figure? Who would want to be famous...
by Natalie's World on Apr 20, 2012

Emmure - Slave to the Game

Emmure was an act that was a part of the Thrash and Burn Tour a few years back and since seeing them way back when they never seemed to interest me let alone impress me until now..... Emmure's fifth album "Slave to the Game" is an assortment of tune...
by Natalie's World on Apr 19, 2012

DARKEND - Grand Guignol Book I

Metal sure does come in a variety of genres as such symphonic horror metallers Darkend have released their latest album "Grand Guignol Book I" and it provides an instrumental array of tunes with screeching vocals tactics that really keeps the music p...
by Natalie's World on Apr 16, 2012

Upon A Burning Body - Red. White. Green.

When it comes to admiring or loving something more than anything else in the entire world no one can do it better than Upon A Burning Body who shows love for who they are and where they come from which is San Antonio, Texas and these Texans have brou...
by Natalie's World on Apr 15, 2012

Dirge Within - There Will Be Blood

THERE WILL BE BLOOD and lots of it when it comes to the sophomore release from Dirge Within! This release has seen a long time coming and now that its arisen the ending results are well...... When it comes down to it this release goes beyond anythin...
by Natalie's World on Apr 12, 2012

Daybreak Ends - A Second Chance To Fail

Daybreak Ends has come a long way since their debut “Perfect Tragedy” dropped in 2007 then 2009 saw the release with a follow-up EP in 2009 entitled "The Self Unseen" now that a few years have surpassed it is time for the future it is time for a...
by Natalie's World on Apr 5, 2012

The Used - Vulnerable

Well, well, well, it’s been quite some time since we last heard from The Used well no it’s just been 3 years since 2009's "Artwork" hit the streets. Now 3 years later "Vulnerable" has peeked over the horizon and all new label to back it up, will...
by Natalie's World on Mar 31, 2012

Zardonic - Vulgar Display Of Bass

It is a time where dubstep has entered our domain and where industrial and drumstep, dubstep all unite to create a genre known as bass metal with drum and bass cut in between thus the birth of Zardonic begins. "Vulgar Display Of Bass" takes everythi...
by Natalie's World on Mar 31, 2012

Modern Day Escape – Under The Gun

Having discovering a band like Modern Day Escape wasn't that hard and since I re-listened to their 2009 debut “House of Rats” countless times I knew I’d be sucked into their society soon enough and it was from 2010 onward that I was a...
by Natalie's World on Mar 28, 2012
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