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  • FOXING - Dealer (Review)

    piano lead. Every time “Three On A Match” comes to a close I find myself in that place of numb feeling that any emotional journey should take you too. It’s a perfect closing track with gentle keys, acoustic guitar and Murphy’s voice done perfectly...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/178-foxing-dealer-review
  • WHISKERMAN - Nomad (Review)

    unique sounds in a music composition in the last three decades. Not only unique in this writer's perspective, but also as a journey back to a wondrous time when music was meant to inspire peace, love, and tranquility. Whiskerman's latest work Nomad...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/87-whiskerman-nomad-review
  • MARTINA EDOFF (Interview)

    music I dove into it and felt that all the bands from that era has left a mark on me as I listened to Whitesnake, Bon Jovi, Journey, Heart and all the others at that time. When I was a kid my older brother taught me about Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin,...

    http://www.1340mag.com/features/54-martina-edoff-interview
  • HERBCRAFT - Wot Oz (Review)

    that band. Stretching 6 songs out to a sprawling near 45 minutes Herbcraft’s fourth long player Wot Oz takes you on a sonic journey to a land where pop has truly eaten itself. This three-piece band has discovered just how far one can unlace jazz and...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/3-herbcraft-wot-oz-review
  • HARDLINE - Human Nature (Review)

    Release Date: October 14, 2016 http://www.frontiers.it/ While Hardline may have introduced themselves as a side-project of Journey’s Neal Schon, they have certainly cemented themselves as much more than a side project over the years. Their latest album...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/375-hardline-human-nature-review
  • DANCE GAVIN DANCE - Mothership (Review)

    If you are missing the heavy though, DGD doesn’t leave you hanging! The semi-epic “Man of the Year” is a tumultuous journey throughout it’s five minute plus running time, but within it are some of the album’s heaviest moments. “Philospher King” is a...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/374-dance-gavin-dance-mothership-review
  • SEPTEMBER MOURNING - Volume II (Review)

    really upbeat and positive tune that takes the album out on just the right note, making you want to dig right back into the journey. If you are musically a fan of Alice Cooper’s post 1995 albums, In This Moment, Evanescence, or Thirty Seconds to Mars...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/361-september-mourning-volume-ii-review
  • CONTROLLED BLEEDING - Larva Lumps and Baby Bumps (Review)

    One moment it’s ambient and fluid and five minutes later it’s challenging every ideal you have about music. Disc 1’s 22:30 journey “The Perks of Being a Perv” is probably the best example of this. It flows in and out of heavy, industrial guitars to...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/360-controlled-bleeding-larva-lumps-and-baby-bumps-review
  • SEPULTURA - Machine Messiah (Review)

    the band displayed on Nation and Roorback without retreading the path specifically. The nearly six-minute title track is a journey all to itself as well, building slowly with clean vocals and emotive guitar work. The song plows through its second half...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/393-sepultura-machine-messiah-review
  • URIAH HEEP - Your Turn to Remember: The Definitive Anthology 1970-1990 (Review)

    from the first note to the last. The more grandiose single edit of July Morning is my personal favorite here. The song is a journey in and of itself. I liken it to a shorter “In A Gadda Da Vida” or “Stairway To Heaven.” It’s part folk, part psychedelia,...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/397-uriah-heep-your-turn-to-remember-the-definitive-anthology-1970-1990-review
  • CYCLOCOSMIA - Immured (Review)

    the landscape continues to shift, building and falling in roller coaster fashion to take the listener on an emotional journey that is both exhilarating and exhausting. Ultimately, it’s the deft manipulation of emotion through instrumentation that makes...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/405-cyclocosmia-immured-review
  • Jonathan Cavier- Blue Room

    and it fills out the acoustic base of the song nicely. The song has a beautiful sound that sort of blossoms throughout the journey. It’s hopeful sounding and is another tune that could easily fit into the love song category of any Top 40 station....

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/429-jonathan-cavier-blue-room
  • Fozzy- Judas

    here is pretty much exactly right. Judas plays like a full-length record that is meant to take you on an emotional journey, an idea sadly lost on many artists/producers/labels these days. The band put their best foot forward by giving us the title track...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/451-fozzy-judas
  • Jag Panzer- The Deviant Chord

    operatic, vocals of the title track are a good example of this. Unlike the band’s more uptempo numbers, this one is an epic journey that swells musically in the middle. It’s laden with haunting vocals, Dickinson style howling choruses, and well….deviant...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/454-jag-panzer-the-deviant-chord
  • DAVID BAZAN - Blanco (Review)

    For a legion of fans--typically college-age males from a more or less religious background--Bazan's songs soundtracked a journey parallel to their own, from a place of fervent devotion to reserved skepticism. A man who thought nothing about committing a...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/315-david-bazan-blanco-review
  • ACCUSER - Frank & Dennis (Interview)

    The fan and press feedback to our new album is very positive so far and thinking back it's a bit surreal how this whole journey from writing to release turned out. The Forlorn Divide is your first album made for Metal Blade Records. How did you come to...

    http://www.1340mag.com/features/302-accuser-frank-dennis-interview
  • DOWSING - Okay (Review)

    with these songs, tucking two and a half minute pop songs in between sub-two minute punky numbers. It's been a long journey from "Gengar, Gengar" to here, and it's worth noting that people who enjoyed the sound before will be overjoyed with this record....

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/290-dowsing-okay-review
  • MIDAS FALL - The Menagerie Inside (Review)

    band touches boldly, and sometimes briefly, on all of those styles throughout this album. The Menagerie Inside is a sonic journey for sure. While the band keep the rockin’ out on the down low, songs like “Low,” “Push,” and “Afterthought,” all have at...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/26-midas-fall-the-menagerie-inside-review
  • MICHAEL MONROE - Blackout States (Review)

    to enjoy, including the Dead Boys-esque “Walk Away” and theheavy hitting “Good Old Bad Days.” This far into his musical journey, Michael Monroe clearly knows how to give fans a sound that will keep them coming back for more, and still create new sounds...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/58-michael-monroe-blackout-states-review
  • MARTY FRIEDMAN - Inferno (Deluxe Edition) (Review)

    Bandits” on the other hand is one of Marty’s most soul touching moments. This track will take the listener on a euphoric journey through space and time. This track does not let you down at all. Just when you think he’s taken you as high as you could go...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/69-marty-friedman-inferno-deluxe-edition-review

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