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If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late by Drake This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Drake has done it again with his latest mixtape-­turned-album, “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late.” A few solid additions to his growing collection of top 40 hits grace the album, along with a good number of... (more »)
Talking Is Hard by Walk The Moon This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Whether you’re cruising down the highway with your friends, listening to “Different Colors,” or reminiscing over adolescent infatuation with “Sidekick,” Walk the Moon’s second studio album, “Talking Is... (more »)
Goddess by Banks This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
It is hard to describe an album like “Goddess,” as it seems to tear emotion out from under the heaviest of personalities. Jillian Banks, otherwise known as Banks, hails from Los Angeles. Her nominations for the BBC’s The Sound... (more »)
Outlander by Bear McCreary This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Listen to the Outlander album, close your eyes, and see the rugged highlands of Scotland. Emmy award winning composer Bear McCreary is no "outlander" when it comes to television soundtracks. He has composed music for The Walking Dead,... (more »)
Rail Yard Hymns by Burnside & Hooker This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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The sensational debut album of indie acoustic band Burnside & Hooker has arrived! A play on the names of two Southern Civil War generals, Ambrose Burnside and Joseph Hooker, their Rail Yard Hymns marches on from their footsteps. And pumped with... (more »)
Baptized by Daughtry
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Daughtry’s music remains one of (If not) my favorite(s) and that’s because ever since I heard their sound, they’ve remained true it: their Soulful, Alternative Metal sound. It’s really refreshing to know that there are... (more »)
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XOXO (Kiss & Hug) by EXO
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XOXO was the first album released by South-Korean boy group, EXO. The album was released on June 3, 2013. EXO debuted in 2011 and started out with 12 members, but now, there are 9 members left. XOXO sold over one million copies and became the... (more »)
Labyrinth(2013) by Fleshgod Apocalypse
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Fleshgod Apocalypse is a technical death metal band forming from Hour of Penence and in Italy. With their latest two albums however, they decided to become a bit more unique by adding symphonies to create some expert structure and epic, epic... (more »)
Monolith of Inhumanity (2012) by Cattle...
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Cattle Decapitation is an American grindcore band that have been around for quite awhile, although this album here is their breakout album to many people. Originally consisting of four dedicated vegetarians now they have two members that are... (more »)
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Folie à Deux by Fall Out Boy
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The era of Folie à Deux is a time Fall Out Boy fans will never forget. Filled with meaningful lyrics written by bassist Pete Wentz and appearances by Paris Hilton in their music videos, it is an age unappreciated by the media, but... (more »)
Vessel by Twenty One Pilots This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Vessel by Twenty One Pilots Vessel, though it features a sound and message similar to its predecessor Twenty One Pilots, expands and improves upon the band's first album, producing such concise and meaningful songs as “Car Radio” and... (more »)
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Underworld by Symphony X
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Ah yes we are back into prog territory. Symphony X is back here to be mentioned here. Symphony X is a progressive power metal band that have been around since the early 90s with albums like Divine Wings of Tragedy, Dante's Inferno and their self... (more »)
Home from Home by Byrne and Kelly
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Home from Home is the first original song from the duo Byrne and Kelly. The group is made of up Neil Byrne, Ryan Kelly, Nicole Hudson, and Peter Sheridan from the Celtic group Celtic thunder. Ryan and Neil originally came up with the idea of... (more »)
Holy War by Thy Art Is Murder
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Thy Art Is Murder is a deathcore/death metal band that have been well received by fans of metal in,its self due to their unique idea of this heavy hardcore styled genre. From Australia too, which I find is not a common place to find metal bands... (more »)
Currents(2015) by Tame Impala
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Tame Impala is a synth/indie rock band that includes progressive influences as well. So far this project has three albums and have a very psychedelic feel to it as well. Kevin Parker(not to be confused with South Park creator Trey Parker) is the... (more »)
Order Shall Prevail by Jungle Rot
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Jungle Rot is a death metal band that is heavily influenced by the old school classics like Morbid Angel, Obituary and Cannibal Corpse added with some groove elements that at reminiscent to bands like Pantera, Sepultura and Soulfly. Heck, they... (more »)
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