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Brant Bjork // Brant Bjork // Album Review

This album will grip you under its simple rhythmic spell.  Feeding your soul with a sense of calm reassurance.  It has a mature vibe and a sense of history in its tone.   The low and slow opening of ‘Jungle in...
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AD Infinitum // Chapter I: Monarchy // Album Review

AD Infinitum has been teasing us for a while now with their symphonic metal tracks as we fast approach their debut Chapter I: Monarchy this coming Friday, April 3rd.  Right from the off the vocals of Melissa B...
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Lucifer Star Machine // Devil’s Breath // Album Review

This and I mean This is the album you need right now, it brings you on a Rock’n’Roll, Punk/Metal rollercoaster of a ride and is just what the doctor ordered. “The Void” rips straight off the bat; there is no ha...
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All Time Low // Wake Up Sunshine // Album Review

For over a decade now, All Time Low has been one of the most respected names within the world of modern Pop-Punk, and with the upcoming release of their latest album WAKE UP, SUNSHINE this is no different. WAK...
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VIOLENT SOHO // Everything is A-Okay // ALBUM REVIEW

This album will slap you around the head, demanding that you wake up and realize that you are enough. You are valid.  There are cycles in every part of life and that’s OK. You do you. A crescendo of drum beats...
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Noble Jacks // Stay Awake // Album Review

Americana outfit Noble Jacks dropped their sophomore album Stay Awake on Friday, March 27th via Noble Ground Records. We caught the lads on tour recently supporting The Dead South as they weaved their way acros...
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Testament // Titans of Creation // Album Review

In an uncertain time, it is only right to start a Testament review with the relief that Chuck Billy is feeling better after his Covid-19 diagnosis and best wishes to other members of Testament and their crew al...
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DRAKONIS // Blessed by Embers // Album Review

After five long years, Drakonis fans can breathe more than just a sigh of relief when Blessed by Embers is released on the third of April. Formed back in 2015, Drakonis has only released a handful of E.P.s thus...
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Richard Marx // Limitless // Album Review

So this wouldn’t be the run of the mill review that we would normally carry here over at Rock ’N’ Load as we tend to lean towards the Rock end of the spectrum, but when the name came across my desk one Mr. Rich...
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Deranged // Deeds Of Ruthless Violence // Album Review

The veterans that formed in Sweden in 1991 have returned with their 10th studio album and the follow up to the 2016 release Struck By a Murderous Siege and is the first album with the new vocalist, Johan Bergst...
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Milk Teeth // Milk Teeth // Album Review

Pop-Punk is a genre whose sound changes daily and no one set method of creating music, making it one of the more exciting genres in this day and age. Within this world though, few bands stand out as much as Mil...