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Nickelback Feed the Machine
Feed the Machine may become a cornerstone in Nickelback's career and this depends on whether the band takes the positive aspects of this release and expands them. There were some unusually heavy songs such as the title track and "Coin For the Ferryman" however, "The Betrayal (Act III)" must have raised a lot of eyebrows. It goes without saying that the album contains the usual bland ballads and other indifferent tracks but overall the album is balanced. Recommendations: "Feed The Machine", "Must Be Nice", "For The River", "Coin For the Ferryman"
Imagine Dragons ʎVOLVE
I was aware that Imagine Dragons was a pop rock band with indie and alternative elements, despite the fact that I've never heard any of their earlier releases. I thought of giving this a shot in case there's any song more rockish-than-poppish. Unfortunately, there is no such a case; instead, I've heard a band trying to imitate Coldplay's style and be relevant with the current trend in the radio: cheap synth-pop melodies, uninspired electro-pop sounds, compressed-machine-like drums and that rap-style-vocal singing which a band did some time ago and the radio keeps repeating it. Imagine flagons.
Divine Fits A Thing Called Divine Fits
I found this to be a worth listening album with a blend of alternative and indie rock. Songs are well constructed and its majority is catchy enough. It is also very groovy with the rhythmic section overshadowing the melodic one. Bass lines in specific are very solid and well worked, while synthesisers were appearing every now and then to add diversity. Recommendations: "Would That Not Be Nice", "Like Ice Cream", "Shivers", "Baby Get Worse"
Black Oak Arkansas Black Oak Arkansas
An interesting debut by the Southerners representing a collection of eight very decent tracks. Although it began promisingly for me, at some point I have lost interest. Recommendations: "The Hills of Arkansas", "Memories At The Window", "Uncle Elijah"
In Flames Siren Charms
Although I am a huge fan of In Flames' post-00s work, this is probably one of the worst albums I've ever listened. Almost all songs were unbearable apart from "With Eyes Wide Open" and "In Plain View" which were simply decent. This album makes me wonder where the fuck this band is heading to.
The 69 Eyes Universal Monsters
This is the first album I listen from The 69 Eyes and although I am not a goth lover, Universal Monsters is an entertaining album. What I would keep from this release is the goth 'n' roll style, the baritone in the vocals and the melodic synthesisers all encapsulated in a bubble full of energy. Recommendations: "Lady Darkness", "Never", "Blue"r
Grave Digger Healed By Metal
Not very satisfied with the Germans' release. Some decent tracks but not a memorable album. Recommendations: "Lawbreaker", "Call For War", "Kill Ritual"

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  • Voivod Xairomai pou sou arese!!
    June 11 02:38 PM
  • Voivod Geia sou Antoni, epesa pano se ena diskaki to opoio perigrafo sinoptika os minimalistiko heavy/blues rock, pisteuo pos tha to vreis endiaferon -
    April 29 05:03 PM
  • Voivod An theleis na akouseis to Blues Pills, iparxei edo -
    August 11 03:40 PM
  • Voivod To ksexasa entelos, giati grafo kati gia allo disko, tha to tsekaro kapoia stigmi pantos! Pao stoixima pos o manos etoimazei review gia to album ;-)
    August 7 06:18 PM
  • Voivod gia poio album prokeitai? Pantos, boreis na postareis to keimeno sou opotenanai (ego panta perimeno na figei mia proteri kritiki apo tin proti selida kai meta na postaro ti diki mou)
    July 13 05:49 PM

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