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Some of you may remember back to Episode 79, some of you may need a refresher, but we reviewed a great French band called Eryn Non Dae – giving them a solid 4 rating.  Well, in case you haven’t gone out and picked up their latest album Meliora yet (and you should), check out the band’s newly filmed video for the song “Hidden Lotus” below, which the band was cool enough to send our way.  Here is what the band had to say about the video and the track:

Hidden Lotus is the visual representation of the concept approached throughout Meliora: metamorphosis. Based on the lyrics of the song, the video develops the idea of evolution through the growth pattern of the lotus, signifying the progress of the soul. The lotus draws its substance from the mud to flourish above the water.

Enjoy it, freaks!

Boy, do we have an epic episode for you!  Not only do we have a record six albums shoved in here, but i think this ends up as our longest episode thus far.  There’s a polarizing review of the new Killswitch Engage album! That’s followed up by the long-awaited (by long I mean two weeks) review of the raved-about-by-Kyle Russian Circles!  And then after that, Kyle decides he has had enough and jumps ship! There’s a Sideshow Case!  There’s Melodic Death about aliens!  There’s Polka!  Wait…what?  Yeah.  Polka.  It happens.

Also, make sure you stay tuned to the site for a contest announcement of how you can win your self a copy of Killswitch Engage’s Disarm the Descent!  And, as always, feel free to share your own thoughts on any of the albums in the comments!

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Reviews: Bring Me The Horizon – Sempiternal (Epitaph); Eryn Non Dae – Meliora (Independent); Hypocrisy – End Of Disclosure (Nuclear Blast); Killswitch Engage Disarm The Descent (Roadrunner); Russian Circles – Empros (Sergeant House); Russkaja – Energia! (Napalm)

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