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Sieto Kooijker
John Cooper
Album Review: Skillet – Rise
August 30th, 2013
Skillet: Rise Reviewed by: Sieto Kooijker   Most “panheads” have been waiting on a new Skillet album for at least 2 years already and probably have bought this new album
Jeff de los Santos
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Album Review: Sacred Warrior – Waiting in Darkness
August 30th, 2013
Sacred Warrior : Waiting in Darkness Reviewed by: Jeff de los Santos   25 years after their first album “Rebellion” was released and 22 years after their last album “Obsessions”,
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Album Review: Hippos Of Doom – Road Trip
August 18th, 2013
Hippos of Doom – Road Trip Reviewed by: Sieto Kooijker   Hippos of Doom describe themselves as a, “punk rock band that loves Jesus, Star Wars and anything nerdy“, and
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Despicable Heroes
Album Review: Despicable Heroes – Shipwrecked
August 12th, 2013
Despicable Heroes – Shipwrecked Reviewed by: Sieto Kooijker   Out of nowhere Despicable Heroes appeared on the hardcore/ metalcore scene. Hailing from the little peaceful town called Barneveld in The
Tom Metcalf
Islander- Side Effects of Youth EP
Album Review: Islander – Side Effects of Youth EP
July 31st, 2013
Islander: Side Effects of Youth (EP) Reviewed by: Tom Metcalf Talk about a kick to the face! The band Islander came out of nowhere for me. I came to know
Eric Strother
Born Twice Records
Album Review: Stronghold – Fortress Rock (Remastered)
July 24th, 2013
Stronghold – Fortress Rock (Remastered) Reviewed by: Eric Strother If you are like me, you had never heard of Stronghold or their 1982 release Fortress Rock until this remastered reissue
Sieto Kooijker
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Album Review: Paramore – Paramore
July 23rd, 2013
Paramore – Paramore Reviewed by: Sieto Kooijker I can hardly believe it, but, Paramore is close to a tenth anniversary already! The band was formed in 2004 and released their
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False Idle
Album Review: False Idle – Threat
June 6th, 2013
False Idle – Threat Reviewed by: Sieto Kooijker   If you have been in the punk scene long enough then you’ve probably heard of Thumper Punk Records. If so, without