Actually, the single, ‘I am the Fire’ was released a few weeks ago but I’ve only just had a chance to hear it (I have to wait for Spotify).
I’ve listened to it at least twice. I like. But then there isn’t much of Halestorm’s music that I don’t enjoy.
Hello, and welcome to the first review post of 2015. There’s a lot of variety in this month’s post, but I’ll let you get on with reading the actual reviews now.
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Where the hell is the blog post I spent 45 minutes on this morning? I uploaded pictures from last night, commentary and everything. Drat it!
Poets Of The Fall released their new album on Spotify today and I’ve been listening to it on repeat at my work placement. It certainly made the time pass while I was scanning piles of files.
I’ve got a few book reviews and a couple of album reviews too for you all today, loyal readers.
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It’s time for another round up of the bands I’ve followed/have been followed by on Twitter. Five bands this time ’round.
No, I’m not talking about slaughtering a camp full of Scouts. From an established band whose work I generally like but don’t like their most recent album, to a band I’ve never heard of, and quite like.