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Album Review: Goldfinger – The Knife

Article by: Jason Robey   "Don't this a comeback song, because I've been here all along," John Feldman sings on the chorus of “Don’t Let Me Go,” from The Knife, the sixth album by punk rock group Goldfinger. While avoiding that word, this is the band’s first album since Hello Destiny, nine years

Album Review: Portugal. The Man – Woodstock

Article by: Jason Robey Featured Image Cred: Rolling Stone     Alaskan indie-rock band, Portugal. The Man, hold nothing back on their ambitious new album, Woodstock. Their eighth full-length studio album, their first since Evil Friends four years ago, treads heavily into experimental, psychedelic ground on each of the ten songs, while always returning

Album Review: 311 – Mosaic

Article by: Brian Toglia   After nearly 30 years of music, 311 seemed to have only scratched the surface of their musical creativity     Mosaic: (Adjective) composed of a combination of diverse elements. The definition of mosaic perfectly describes 311 as a band as well as the composition of their new album. The band has

Album Review: Mastodon – Emperor of Sand

Article by: Steven Principato   Progressive rock never really died, it simply got meaner with the times. Occasionally, it even dresses up like a metal band. In presumption of some higher obligation to continue their 17 year reign as one of humanity’s last bastions in popular progressive rock, Mastodon bestows upon us

Album Review: Satan Takes A Holiday – Aliens

Article by: Steven Principato   Hardly sparing us a subtle or gradual introduction to their fourth studio release, titled simply Aliens, Satan Takes A Holiday tosses the a cinder block through the listener’s windshield judging only by the heavy-handed ferocity of their opening track “Good Cop, Bad Cop." Obviously taking no holidays of

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