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Rock & Metal Album and EP Round-up | September

Throughout September, HTF have been spinning the latest releases to review. We’ve now picked the best of the bunch, so check out our review round-up inside.

Throughout September, HTF have been spinning the latest releases, and then frantically scribbling down our thoughts so that you guys know what’s worth checking out. Even more, we’ve now sifted through the archive, plucked out our favourite Rock & Metal records that landed this month, and then condensed them into this nice, little round-up article.

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The Color Morale – Hold On Pain Ends

4/5

“The Color Morale are more than just a band with a message, though, and their choice of lyrical themes must not dilute the fact that they continue to release inventive, distinctive records. They are musicians after all. But if they can provide inspiration, all the better.”

To check out our full review, click on the album artwork above.

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Light Years – Temporary

5/5

“In a genre that is so heavily utilised right now, Light Years have come out with an EP that shows just enough originality to stand out from their peers without feeling the need to overdo it…[S]ay hello to your new favourite pop punk band.”

To read the rest of our thoughts on Temporary, click on the album artwork.

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Hang The Bastard – Sex In The Seventh Circle

5/5

“There has been a distinct change in the sound of Hang The Bastard since their first album ‘Hellfire Reign’. This lots second offering ‘Sex In The Seventh Circle’ shows a band maturing into a well refined riffing machine that has resulted in an album destined to leave a significant mark on the music industry in 2014.”

Yeah, you guess it, click on the crow.

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Emarosa – Versus

4.5/5

“What Emarosa is offering fans with ‘Versus’ is a huge melting pot of various listening pleasures. This album is highly diverse, keeping you constantly guessing with their perfect balance of high energy and slow cuts. They’ve been given the opportunity to prove that the band is more than just who their frontman is, and they’ve done exactly that. The future looks extremely promising for Emarosa.”

…and click on the fox this time.

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The Madden Brothers – Greetings From California

4.5/5

“No matter what your opinion of Good Charlotte, or Benji and Joel themselves, The Madden Brothers have produced a sunshine-soaked beauty of a debut which effectively demonstrates their musical credentials. This is an eccentric, uplifting record that when approached with an open mind and open ears, is bound to put a smile on your face.”

… click on the man for more words.

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Marmozets – The Weird And Wonderful Marmozets

5/5

“This album is special and highly impressive. The only way to justify it is to experience it for yourselves. Look out world, Marmozets are weird. They are wonderful. And they are here to put a mark on you.”

Finally click on the intertwined couple for our review….

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October, we’re ready for more.

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