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  • 9 years ago | Local Wire

    Seconds to Breathe is ready for radio. This modern rock quintet has been refining its sound during the past year, culminating with a brand-new album, Sirens. The band works the power chords and strategically places crescendos in a way that is danc...

  • 9 years ago | Local Wire

    A Life Once Lost makes it look easy. The Philadelphia band effortlessly creates contorted melodies, taps out tumultuous beats, and skips from one credible label to another -- or so it seems. First, the band nabbed the eye of Jake Bannan of Converg...

  • 9 years ago | Local Wire

    Within 30 seconds of popping in Greenhaven's new disc The Last Powerful Second, listeners will be ready to slam shots at a bar with several hairy, gregarious men making dirty jokes -- and those guys may actually be the members of Greenhaven. Much ...

  • 9 years ago | Local Wire

    Doubling up on guitarists is commonplace in the metal realm, but Ed Gein is anything but ordinary. Maybe that's why instead of having a guitar duo, the Syracuse, New York, grind-metal band opted for a trio of vocalists. Okay, so there are only thr...

  • 9 years ago | Local Wire

    Some Girls don't do eyeliner. They aren't sweet. They don't take things lightly. Oh yeah, and they're dudes. The brutality on the five-piece's latest disc, Heaven's Pregnant Teens, is honest and intentional. Some Girls have continued to refine the...

  • 9 years ago | Local Wire

    Soilent Green is angry, frustrated and a bit bitter, judging by its latest album, Confrontation. But this isn't generic "aggressive" music; there are no frivolous lyrics from this band. Soilent Green has had real hardship. The band flipped its van...