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Three’s Company…or Three’s a Crowd…

This week’s show follows a very similar trend to last week’s: there’s some awesome 5 (chaos)star releases, there  is one utter disappointment, and the rest fall in between.  Kinda strange how that worked out. There is one major difference this week, but it is obvious enough that I don’t need to explain it to you here.

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Reviews:
The Ongoing Concept Handmade (Solid State)
iwrestledabearonce Hail Mary (Artery)
Wilson – Right to Rise (Razor & Tie)
Witch of the Waste – Made of Teeth (independent)
Neck of the Woods – Neck of the Woods (independent)

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What to Expect When You’re Expecting

This is where I normally write some witty crap about the episode. However, since it is getting to you so late, I am going to skip that and just let you listen.

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Reviews:
Coal Chamber Rivals (Napalm)
Veil of Maya Matriarch (Sumerian)
Antigama The Insolent (selfmadegod)
EschatonSentinel Apocalypse (Unique Leader)

First Impressions:
Wilson – “Give ’em Hell” taken from Right to Rise due June 30, 2015 from Razor & Tie
Lamb of God – “Still Echoes” from VII: Sturm Und Drang due July 15, 2015 from Epic

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As we try to keep giving you the most bang for your proverbial buck, we bring you FIVE new album reviews this week! Awesome, right?  Don’t say we never give you anything extra.  Speaking of added bonuses, Kyle is absent again this week.  Anyway, the albums this week cover a whole slew of different heavy stylings.  However, while the music may display diversity, there is a lack of difference in opinion from your hosts.  Not that that is a bad thing, as they do bring different perspectives and ultimately give some different ratings.  It’s just kinda interesting to hear, and makes you wonder how outlying Kyle’s would be if we were to ever hear them.

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Reviews: Dysmorphic – A Notion of Causality (Unique Leader); Enshine – Origin (Rain Without End); Lunarsea – Hundred Light YEars (Punishment 18); ReVamp – Wild Card (Nuclear Blast); Wilson – Full Blast Fuckery (Easy Killer)
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