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The Used—Heartwork

by Tom Springer The Used have always been a band that has played around with their sound. From their debut heavy screamo self titled album that helped bring forth the genre to the mainstream with songs like The Taste Of Ink that saw regular radio

Asking Alexandria—Like a House on Fire

Asking Alexandria’s Self-Titled album not only marked the return of their original vocalist Danny Worsnop but also a slight deviation in sound. The band toned things down a bit from their rowdy metalcore days to a more straightforward hard rock album. It was something that

Album Review: Fontaines D.C.—Dogrel

There is perhaps no more buzzed about band right now than Dublin-based post-punks Fontaines D.C. Between touring with IDLES, leaving audiences in awe at SXSW, and receiving heaps of critical acclaim, the band has a lot to live up to with the release of their

Mark Morton—Anesthetic

by Ken Jobe As guitarist and co-founder of groove metal icons Lamb of God, Mark Morton has proven himself several times over as a prolific songwriter and lyricist of some of the best songs to come out of the genre. With the release of his

Mark Morton—Anesthetic

by Ken Jobe As guitarist and co-founder of groove metal icons Lamb of God, Mark Morton has proven himself several times over as a prolific songwriter and lyricist of some of the best songs to come out of the genre. With the release of his