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Band's Whose Upcomming Albums I Am Most Looking Forward To

Just a couple bands whose albums I'm most looking forward to most for release
1Of Mice & Men

Been a fan of these guys for a long time. It serves as a test for me if I'll still like them as much as I do now with Austin Carlile doing double vocal duty. I've always admired him as a screamer, but can he sing as well? With the departure of Shayley Bourget, I am most anxious for this.
2The Word Alive

Took me awhile to really get into these guys, but Deceiver eventually grew on me, and I fell in love with this band. Also from my hometown. I always felt these guys were different in their genre, and put a cool spin on their songs other than just breakdowns. I'm looking forward to their sophomore release 'Life Cycles', which I hope will show maturity in all aspects of the band. I always thought this band had great, creative guitarists, so guitar is something I'm really looking forward to in their next album. Tyer 'Telle' Smith is also one of my favorite vocalists, and I can tell with this release the vocals are sure to wow me.
3Motionless In White

Saw these guys live about a year, and instantly fell in love with them. Got a copy of their album and just listened away. Lyrically one of my favorite bands, and just love the dark, 'gothic' atmosphere to them. I've read in numerous interviews that their next released is supposed to be less on the breakdown side. I think this is definitely a step in the right direction for this band.
4Chiodos

I only actually just started listening to Chiodos, but over the past month or so I've really grown to like their sound. Upon listening to 'All's Well That Ends Well', I liked the rough sounding, almost un-produced sound to the album. It gave it a very vintage feel, and ended up listening to more of the band. I have to admit, I gave in to giving them a chance after I'd heard Craig Owens had joined back up with them. I think it will be a release that's sure to not disappoint.
5Greeley Estates

More lesser known band, whose faded into the background lately with their releases. Also a hometown band. Not really being known since the 'Go West... ' album, I've been following them since their release of 'No Rain, No Rainbow.' Personally got to talk to the vocalist after I saw them live one day to discuss their new album set to release this summer. Hopefully this release puts them back on the map, because this band definitely deserves to be better than they are.
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