Reviews

Evanescence ‘What You Want’ is Dance-y Hard Rock – Song Review [Audio]

Evanescence just released the first single off their upcoming, self-titled album, and the track “What You Want,” brings a stormy blast of hard rock and anguish pop, with Evanescence’s typical layers of symphonic chords. Move towards the bottom of the page and click on the player to hear the song.
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Posted 09 Aug 2011 | Alternative, Metal, Music, Reviews, Rock, Rock News, Songs | 6 Comments

Skillet’s ‘It’s Not Me, It’s You,’ the Perfect Breakup Song – Song Review

Hard rock band Skillet’s latest album, Awake, has been out is over 100 weeks, but it’s not slowing down one bit. The collection has scored a third RIAA Gold certified No. 1 active rock single in, “Awake and Alive,” and the band’s hoping to tally a fourth with their new track, “It’s Not Me It’s You.”
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RED’s ‘Lie to Me (Denial)’ Brings the Heavy – Song Review

Nashville hard rock band RED’s new single, “Lie To Me (Denial),” opens with an eerie instrumental passage, pierced with subtle electronic beats and warm guitar tones, before exploding into crushing riffs and towering melodies.
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Oh, Sleeper, ‘Endseekers’ – Song Review

Oh, Sleeper always had a gift for fusing hardcore with melody in just the right measures. The Fort Worth, Texas-based metal-core band proves that, and more, on their new single, “Endseekers.” The track comes off the band’s upcoming album, Children of Fire, out Sept. 27.
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P.O.D., Payable on Death, ‘On Fire’ — Song Review

Christian rap-rockers Payable on Death (P.O.D.) just unleashed their first new song in years, “On Fire,” and the track is classic P.O.D., complete with rap-rock vocals, reggae grooves and cathartic lyrics.
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