Album Reviews

Preoccupations (fka. Viet Cong) – “Preoccupations” Album Review

Preoccupations (fka. Viet Cong) – “Preoccupations” Album Review

Trevor Davies

September 16th, 2016

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Preoccupations are following up one of my favorite albums of 2015, Viet Cong, with their sophomore album Preoccupations. Weirdly enough, this will be the bands second self titled album. The band was previously known as Viet Cong, however, after the name sparked some controversy the band ultimately decided […]

Cult Values – “Cult Values” Album Review

Cult Values – “Cult Values” Album Review

qJukebox

September 5th, 2016

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Summer is over and if you listen carefully you can hear the collective deflation of pool toys across the nation, the locking up of cottages, and the spreading of tarp over boats and trailers in backyards and driveways. Soon it will be wet, cold, and […]

A Day to Remember – “Bad Vibrations” Album Review

A Day to Remember – “Bad Vibrations” Album Review

Zach F

August 31st, 2016

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Doing What They Do Best: 7.5/10 A Day to Remember, simply put, is a gateway band. They’ve achieved massive success with their brilliant concoction of pop punk and metalcore touring all over the world and providing hundreds of thousands of angsty teens with a type […]

Blink-182, A Day to Remember, All Time Low – “California Summer Tour” – Concert Review

Blink-182, A Day to Remember, All Time Low – “California Summer Tour” – Concert Review

Austin Fehrman

August 25th, 2016

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08.23.2016 – SYRACUSE, NY – The line to enter the Lakeview Amphitheatre stretched far into the parking lot as many eager fans awaited a trip back into the early 2000’s along the likes of Blink–182, A Day to Remember, All Time Low, and some guy […]

Rachel Mallin & The Wild Type – “Degenerate Matters” Album Review

Rachel Mallin & The Wild Type – “Degenerate Matters” Album Review

qJukebox

August 19th, 2016

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Straight outta KC, the same city that brought you The Get Up Kids and Puddle of Mudd, comes something absolutely unlike either of those bands in every way imaginable! That is a good thing by the way. Does that mean Rachel Mallin & The Wild […]

Skeletonwitch – “The Apothic Gloom” EP Review

Skeletonwitch – “The Apothic Gloom” EP Review

Zach F

August 18th, 2016

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A Gloomy Foreshadowing: 9/10 Skeletonwitch, a band known for their unique fusion of melodic death and thrash metal, just recently split with founding vocalist Chance Garnette due to inner turmoil within the band. The Apothic Gloom, the first release without Garnette, features the vocals of […]

Yeesh – “Confirmation Bias” Album Review

Yeesh – “Confirmation Bias” Album Review

qJukebox

August 9th, 2016

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How can a band with such a stupid name be so good? Modest Mouse is a stupid name too, so I guess we shouldn’t go judging bands by their covers. I don’t think either band has ever done a cover song. They do have album […]

Carnifex – “Slow Death” Album Review

Carnifex – “Slow Death” Album Review

Zach F

August 4th, 2016

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A Symphony of Suffering: 7.5/10 Do you like dying? Pain? Hopelessness and despair? Look no further than the soundtrack to your perverse fantasy as Slow Death, sixth full-length album from Carnifex, fits the profile. Ten brutal tracks filled with more death than the bubonic plague […]

Townhouse Warrior – “For Every Wasted Day” Album Review

Townhouse Warrior – “For Every Wasted Day” Album Review

Trevor Davies

August 2nd, 2016

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It’s hard finding a good pop punk band to listen to now-a-days. Blink-182’s latest album California was a huge letdown, and Green Day has been on a rapid decline since 2009. Lets talk about finding new music as well. When you discover new music through YouTube or Spotify, the […]

Tenement – “Tenement” Album Review

Tenement – “Tenement” Album Review

qJukebox

July 30th, 2016

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It’s choose your own adventure here. Option A: Listen to the good songs. Option B: Listen to the not as good songs. Tenement has been generous enough to give you a selection on this one. Wasn’t that nice of them? Out of the gate, it’s […]