Reviews

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Classic Album Review: Creed, ‘My Own Prison’

What was the impact of Creed’s “My Own Prison” on the rock music of the late 1990s? What made the first Creed album so special? Here’s our classic review of the album.
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Posted 10 Nov 2023 | Features, Music, Reviews, Rock | -
Black-and-white image of Metallica in 2023.

Metallica, “72 Seasons” – Track-by-Track Review

Here’s Audio Ink Radio’s track-by-track review of the new Metallica album, “72 Seasons.”
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Posted 11 Apr 2023 | Features, Metal, Music, Reviews | -
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Megadeth, ‘The Sick, The Dying… And The Dead!’ Review – Track-by-Track

Megadeth present an imaginative, action-packed set of songs on their 16th studio album, “The Sick, The Dying… And The Dead!”
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Posted 31 Aug 2022 | Features, Metal, Music, Reviews | -
Collective Soul at the Jackson County Fair by Anne Erickson

Collective Soul, Switchfoot at the Jackson County Fair – Review + Photos

Collective Soul and Switchfoot brought an uplifting show to the 2022 Jackson County Fair.
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Posted 10 Aug 2022 | Alternative, Features, Music, Reviews, Rock | -
Limp Bizkit, "Still Sucks," album cover.

Limp Bizkit, ‘Still Sucks’ Album Review – Fred Durst and Company Make a Statement

Review: Fred Durst and Limp Bizkit are back with a new album, “Still Sucks,” offering plenty of nu-metal nostalgia, plus modern production and vibes.
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Posted 08 Nov 2021 | Music, Reviews, Rock, Rock News | -
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Iron Maiden, ‘Senjutsu’ Review – Track-by-Track Review of New Album

Review: Iron Maiden are back with their new album, “Senjutsu,” which features an eclectic plate of heavy metal. Here’s Audio Ink Radio’s track-by-track review of the album.
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Posted 02 Sep 2021 | Metal, Music, Reviews, Rock News | -
Myles Kennedy of Alter Bridge and Slash pictured on a snowy hill.

Myles Kennedy, Review – ‘The Ides of March’ Brings Triumphant Guitars, Vocals

Review: Myles Kennedy is back with his sophomore solo album, “The Ides of March,” and the album features triumphant lead guitar work and strong vocals.
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Posted 17 Jun 2021 | Music, Reviews, Rock, Rock News | -
Greta Van Fleet, from left to right, featuring Sam Kiszka, Josh Kiszka, Jake Kiszka and Danny Wagner.

Greta Van Fleet, ‘The Battle at Garden’s Gate,’ Review – Track-by-Track Review of New Album

Review: Greta Van Fleet are back with their sophomore album, “The Battle at Garden’s Gate,” which features retro sounds and a prog character. Here’s Audio Ink Radio’s track-by-track review of the album.
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Posted 13 Apr 2021 | Features, Music, Reviews, Rock | -
The Pretty Reckless, black and white promo image. Review: The Pretty Reckless are back with their fourth studio album, the raw-sounding "Death by Rock and Roll."

The Pretty Reckless, ‘Death by Rock and Roll’ Review – Track-by-Track Review of New Album

Review: Taylor Momsen and The Pretty Reckless are back with their new album, “Death by Rock and Roll,” which features the band’s trademark blend of passionate, gritty vocals and retro-sounding instrumentals. Here’s Audio Ink’s track-by-track review of the album.
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Posted 10 Feb 2021 | Music, Reviews, Rock, Rock News | -
Album review: Smashing Pumpkins have returned with their new album, "Cyr," featuring strong songwriting and imaginative sonics from Billy Corgan and company.

Smashing Pumpkins, ‘Cyr’ Review – Imaginative Songwriting and Sonics Triumph on New Album

Review: With Smashing Pumpkins’ new album, “Cyr,” Billy Corgan and company have crafted a record that’s fundamentally solid, with strong songwriting and imaginative sonics.
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Posted 03 Dec 2020 | Alternative, Music, Reviews, Rock News | -
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