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Farewell To Freeway “Filthy Habits”

Farewell To Freeway is yet another band that is new to me but has a fairly extensive catalog. They have been releasing albums for 11 years now (5 of them for Victory Records), but I haven’t had the chance to check them out until their latest release, Filthy Habits. Farewell …

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Ace Augustine “The Absolute”

Some albums sound really promising on their first listen, but on subsequent spins you start to notice your enthusiasm waning.  I have encountered many releases that fit into this category, and it’s always a bit disappointing when it happens.  On one hand, you really recognize the talent that a band …

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Best of 2009 – DonnieCake Style

Nile - Those Whom the Gods Detest

The best metal albums of 2009 were a pretty hard year to determine. Unlike 2008, the music was relatively good. Although the deathcore/metalcore/whatevercore genres strongly took a nose dive, 2009 saw a huge growth in solid releases in the more typical genres of metal (black, death, power, straight up heavy …

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Attack! Attack! UK

The name of the band Attack! Attack! UK, is interesting to say the least and sounds as if there is a story behind it. Where did the name come from and what is the story?  The  name everywhere in the world except the US is Attack! Attack! but because there …

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Eyes Set to Kill with Alexia Rodriguez

1. Can you briefly summarize how the band formed and what you do in Eyes Set to Kill? Shortly after I learned to play guitar, Anissa picked up bass. So we started the band together. It was hard to find the right people for the band because of the world …

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Drive A

Drive A

Can you briefly summarize how the band formed and what you do in Drive A? I sing, and play guitar in Drive A, we formed about two and a half years ago when i became friends with Jason Nott Your lyrics are infused with heavy detail and raw emotion. What …

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