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Rock & Metal Album and EP Round-up | July 2014

July has been a great month for new music, hasn’t it? Here’s a round-up of the biggest and best releases that blew our minds and speakers this last month.

July has been a great month for new music, hasn’t it? Over the last 31 days, HTF have reviewed plenty of records, so here’s a round-up of the biggest and best Rock & Metal releases that have blown our minds and speakers this past month.

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Sirens – Resistant To Change, Destined To Fail

5/5

The explosive six piece from the Midlands, UK have come hurtling back into our lives after a year away, bringing with them an incredible new EP. This is a serious competitor for one of this year’s sickest new albums.”

Read more of HTF’s review here.[divider]

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The Hell – Groovehammer

4/5

The Hell are not going to change the world with Groovehammer but they have delivered one of the most boneheaded, enjoyable records you will hear. Stupid and brilliant in equal measures!”

Intrigued? HTF’s full review is here.[divider]

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Betraying the Martyrs – Phantom

4.5/5

“On Phantom, Betraying The Martyrs prove what they are capable of, again and again. They have showcased the ability to sit amongst the elite, now all they need is the Facebook likes.”

Check out the full review here.[divider]

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Four Year Strong – Go Down In History

4/5

“Beardcore is back, and golly gosh have they still got it. Music fans, meet Four Year Strong x 2014. Equipped with this stonker of an EP, Go Down In History, the Massachusetts four piece aren’t breaking any ground, but they sure as hell haven’t forgotten their roots.” 

Check out more of what we thought here.[divider]

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Rise Against – The Black Market

5/5

“This album holds a classic Rise Against sound intertwined with their influential directive, yet showcases a steady advancing musical maturity without being arrogant or unfaithful. Political punk rock at its very best.” 

Read our full review here.

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August, what have you got for us?

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