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Voices Of Extreme – Break The Silence

Melodic Rockers Voices of Extreme burst back onto the scene with this anticipated release of “Break The Silence” their 2nd since their debut “Hypocrite”. And the new record featuring the talents of vocalist Don Chaffin and the master drumwork of John Macaluso.

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Stereo Transmitted Disease – Generation Nothing

STEREO TRANSMITTED DISEASE are a new band hailing from Philadelphia that play an interesting combination of the sleazy hard rock from days gone by and mix it up with a bit of a modern radio rock sound that ends up sounding somewhere in between Nickelback and Buckcherry.

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Nothing More – The Few Not Fleeting

The band plays an intricate and interesting brand of modern alt. rock that is covered in a sheen of progressive rock and a little smidge of the attitude of heavier punk pop in places, and really have done enough to stand out from the modern rock crowd with a fresh and invigorating sound that while totally radio-friendly…

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Clonecircle – Behind The Wire

Hey guys, have you heard of CLONECIRCLE? Don’t worry, until this album came across my desk neither had I. I was first struck by the awesome artwork on the digipack that is actually credited to the bands Vocalist/Bassist/ Keyboarder Martin Hellgren. The artwork theme follows throughout the lyrics booklet and really sets a scene that totally suits the music that it holds inside.

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Saints to Sinner – The Unveiling EP

Saints and Sinner hails from up north in Rhode Island and I had not heard much from this outfit until I received their promo material. They are a metal group lead by the female vocals of Desiree Villegas. The band actually has an interesting almost dreamy approach to some of the songs. The sound best described as modern metal with a progressive approach in places.

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Tony Harnell and the Mercury Train – Round Trip

Tony Harnell has long been a favorite singer of mine, not only because of his soulful vocal range but the passion he puts behind every song he sings and breathes life into it, so when I heard that he was putting together a group of musicians to recompilation some of is older material I was excited.

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La Famiglia Superstar – La Famiglia Superstar

Terry Ilous, ( XYZ ) also known for his work with members of Black Sabbath, Stevie Wonder ,AC/DC ,Rod Stewart. On bass the extraordinary and magical Marco Mendozza ( Thin Lizzy, Whitesnake, David Lee Roth,Ted Nugent), acclaimed by many as one of the greatest bassists of his generation. On drums, world renowned drummer Atma Anur (Tony Macalpine , David Bowie. Richie Kotzen), And last but not least on guitar,the amazing new Italian guitar hero,Steve Saluto (guitar and producer extraordinaire).

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Lord Volture – Beast of Thunder

When first receiving the Lord Volture promo package I was expecting it to be another typical power metal release with the same up tempo rhythm and shifts that dominates the genre and to be honest makes it more redundant then ever, but enough about what is not and let’s talk about what it is hey? Lord Volture plays heavy metal in a very traditional manner, in fact vocalist David Marceli’s voice is what gels the music together here so well…

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V.O.X.- Break the Silence (August 2nd Release)

July, 2010 – New York and Massachusetts Melodic Rockers VOICES OF EXTREME will release their anticipated new album “Break the Silence” on August 2nd in the USA. “Break the Silence” is the band’s 2nd original studio album and their second full length release within the last five years.

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Soilwork – The Panic Broadcast

Sweden’s native sons of Melodic Death Metal return with their 8th studio album titled “The Panic Broadcast” and it follows the same nu-metalcore death metal style that the bands ha been introducing in the past releases of “Stabbing The Drama” and “Sworn To A Great Divide”. For hard core metal deathheads fans of the band the suspicion has been that the new style…