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Review: Wage War – Blueprints

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Wage War has been a very recent addition to Fearless Records’ roster. Signed earlier this year, a short instrumental video had been posted teasing their upcoming album. Released late November 2015, Wage War’s debut album Blueprints has blasted past the usual metalcore albums and launched them to the near top. They’re ruthless, but uplifting. Blueprints is full of catchy choruses, low growls that sound too heavy to be metalcore, and breakdowns that are deeply infectious. This album is full of great moments, and it’s not afraid to throw in a little something to mix up a song. Blueprints grooves, slugs, sings and impresses.

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Thomas Bryans: Top Albums of 2015

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2015 has been a decent year in the metal world. With big name metal bands like Black Tongue, Alesana, Lorna Shore, Northlane, Sylosis, Bring Me The Horizon (and so many more) releasing huge albums and EPs, there’s as much new music to explore and discover as there ever was. Some of my personal favorite albums have come from the lesser known bands. There’s lots of talent, emotion and creativity here, and that’s what put each album in the spot it’s at. These aren’t necessarily the best albums I’ve heard (although in some cases they are), these are my favorites, the ones I’ve spent days on end listening to, and the ones that I still love listening to after having heard them some hundred times or so.

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