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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

Dance Gavin Dance—Afterburner

by Tom Springer Every time I talk about a new Dance Gavin Dance album my reaction is the same: This is the best they’ve ever done. While I still hold 2016’s Mothership in high regards, their last album, Artificial Selection has unfortunately lost its luster

Dance Gavin Dance—Afterburner

by Tom Springer Every time I talk about a new Dance Gavin Dance album my reaction is the same: This is the best they’ve ever done. While I still hold 2016’s Mothership in high regards, their last album, Artificial Selection has unfortunately lost its luster

Orchards—Lovecore

by Tom Springer Orchards are a band I discovered with no hype. Simply by clicking on a youtube video during a late night music binge. The first song I was introduced to was called Peggy and I was hooked within seconds. From the ethereal vocals

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Episode 214: ¡Viva México!

The guys pick some of their favorite songs from south of the border, along with some help from The Ringing Ear’s Designated Mexican, Jeff’s friend Maria. Plus, Jeff and Jobe talk about the Beatles, close the door on Metallica for a while, music from Metalachi,

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Episode 214: ¡Viva México!

The guys pick some of their favorite songs from south of the border, along with some help from The Ringing Ear’s Designated Mexican, Jeff’s friend Maria. Plus, Jeff and Jobe talk about the Beatles, close the door on Metallica for a while, music from Metalachi,

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