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  • REBELLION - Wyrd Bid Ful Araed - The History Of The Saxons (Review)

    Rebellion Wyrd Bid Ful Araed - The History Of The Saxons Massacre Records http://www.rebellion-metal.de/ Release Date: September 25, 2015 One of the things that makes metal music so great is the depth of the lyrical content. Not only is it fantastic...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/168-rebellion-wyrd-bid-ful-araed-the-history-of-the-saxons-review
  • BEACH SLANG - A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings (Review)

    , stays the course to offer another round of well-crafted songs. Vocalist James Adam is out to incite an introspective rebellion. As soon as lyrics begin to flow on opening track “Mixtape For the Future Art Kids” he declares war on giving up and living...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/370-beach-slang-a-loud-bash-of-teenage-feelings-review
  • MIRACLE DRUG - How Much is Enough (Music Review)

    to join in the fury and be part of what Miracle Drug is creating. How Much is Enough is five tracks of brilliant, noisy rebellion sure to start a fire in the hearts of all who will listen. Reviewed by Jim 1340 This text will be replaced #MiracleDrug...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/432-miracle-drug-how-much-is-enough-music-review
  • YOUTH BRIGADE - Complete First Demo (Review)

    there are bands that are responsible for getting us from the genesis of a genre to the current incarnation of guitar led rebellion we enjoy today. Youth Brigade, built from the pieces of DC bands The Untouchables and The Teen Idles (the first band to...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/177-youth-brigade-complete-first-demo-review
  • SKINDRED - Volume (Review)

    that will wake you up in a way that puts caffeine to shame. Pressing play on these songs is like injecting adrenaline and rebellion into your system. This album wastes no time, opening with the nu-metal meets rap groove of “Under Attack.” Musically, the...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/99-skindred-volume-review
  • JOHNNYBOY - Innocent (Review)

    down to just acoustic guitar and vocals JohnnyBoy’s plaintive cries become anthems of grace, protest songs against his own rebellion, and sincere prayers. The overarching theme on Innocent is the balance of a man’s humanity with his beliefs. “Looking...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/55-johnnyboy-innocent-review

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