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A distinctive tune and a genre wavering album is introduced by the polish band Manescape.

 

Manescape is a neo-psychedelic rock trio formed in 2006 in Głogów, Poland. They published a demo by the name of D-Tape back in 2007 then released an EPcalled In Progress in 2008 and finally released their full-length album Antibodies in February 2017.

 

Almost a year after their formation, the metal band Last Nail in the Coffin are trying to find their way through the crowded hallway to fame. Even though their lead vocalist Sean Skellingtong always says that the band only wants to make good records in spite of what people think, but as we all know, one of the greatest constraints in the music industry is having a pleasant opinion from the crowd, and not just any crowd: Metalheads!

From a small city in the Swedish woods, the Melodic Metal Band Exogenous emerged. What started as a hobby project slowly formed into a serious band with the highest goals. Demos were recorded in 2013 and 2014, and a few shows were played from 2015 and onwards. After a time of definition and progression, Exogenous is finally releasing their first official record, Identity EP.

Looks like it's that time of the year again, the time punk rock giants decide to reappear again, and - as usual - they don’t make their comeback individually, they make it together, all of them at once, and for a punk rock fanatic (like yours truly) it's just too much to take in.

The Fatal Pursuit is a four-piece band from Canada. They were formed two years ago playing hard rock/metal mainly influenced by bands like Metallica, Avenged Sevenfold, Protest the Hero, Sum 41, and Three Days Grace. Recently, they released their debut album "Sinful" on March this year, which why I am gonna talk about in this review.

The spirit of RNR was perfectly presented by Adham Roshdy’s 'High on You'! Roshdy has been recognized recently for his classic , funk, and hard rock songs for the past five years.

Last Friday, the Alexandrian Metalheads had one of the rare chances to witness an unforgettable Metal night by the Egyptian rising Progressive/Melodic Death band Infernum Expectat and the legendary International Symphonic/Oriental Black/Death Metal Band Odious. Rock Era Team was there to give you a fulfilled review of the Metal night. Hot Live Fumes was the first Metal concert to be held in Alexandria since 2015, after Hate Field's Acoustic for a Night.

A nice meal of industrial/punkish rock n’ roll that I enjoyed in the morning by the Las Vegas - based band, Psyatics. Famous Monsters is a 14-track album that has songs that are a mixture between speed and slow. How? Let’s find out.

I was curious to listen to Sterlie Jets since I read the album title. No Gods No Loss is the band’s upcoming album which will be released on May 4th on Yesca Rock. They also released ‘Fireside Drive’ on March 8th as the first single and music video. I see Sterlie Jets is a very unexpected music band while you’re listening to, I’ll tell you in right now.

Not a year after the band's release of their last studio album, the band surprises their fans with a new single titled ‘By your side’. The band was already touring last year so that's why a new single this soon was such a surprise to their fan-base all over the world.

It was 17th of February, the day that marked the return of pop-punk giants All Time Low. After two silent years, the band returns with the first single ‘Dirty Laundry’ from their upcoming album Last Young Renegade, along with major news of a label change and a date for album release which is confirmed to be on June 2nd.

One of my favorite adrenaline fix on a late cold night and a scarred moon is to drive through breaking speed limits whilst listening to music that’s angular, raw with solid repetitive riffs in its song structure. Catch 22 by FlipTop Box is one album that definitely takes me into the unknown, throwing me deep into my thoughts on that very cold night.

The Long Dark Road is a Canadian band who enjoys mixing many styles within their music. The band debut self-titled album will be released on April the 8th. The band founder Jeremy Cavan was inspired to name the band after Deafheaven’s Sunbather. He also has written and performed across the world with bands like Jerrycan, Sinister Trailerpark Magic and (U) the band.

Well, I also, had many mixed feelings while listening to this album; let's find out.

Sometimes it's hard to satisfy every musical taste, especially when you play a genre that depends on the listener NOT the musician. Most bands compose their music with vocal lines and lyrics, others don't. Those other bands risk losing out on a huge number of listeners in favor of what they want to do with their instruments. They follow passion and commitment to one type and one genre in order to satisfy their musical needs and satisfy their own genre's fans and to make post-rock emerge once again.

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