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Rock & Metal Album and EP Review Round-up | November

The last few months have delivered some killer records, and November was no different. We’ve picked out our favourite 5 from the last 30 days in our review round-up.

Another month, another ton of albums to get through. The last few months have delivered some killer records, and November was no different. We’ve picked out our favourite 5 from the last 30 days, so just click on the artwork for the full review.

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Major League – There’s Nothing Wrong With Me

4/5

“This album is beautiful, heart breaking, and emotionally draining. So, unless you have tissue at your disposal, I suggest waiting ‘till you get home to give There’s Nothing Wrong With Me a listen.”

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Antemasque – Antemasque

5/5

“The best part of Antemasque is that after all the hype surrounding The Mars Volta, it serves as a reminder that Omar [Rodriquez-Lope] and Cedric [Bixler Zavala] are versatile musicians who can turn their hands to any sound.”

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Machine Head – Bloodstone & Diamonds

4.5/5

“If you think you’ve lost the Machine Head that you know and love, then think again. There may be new additions to their sound, but the fundamentals are everything there is to be adored about these guys.”

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Devil Sold His Soul – Belong â-ª Betray

5/5

“It’s coming to the end of the year and Devil Sold His Soul have really thrown their hat in the ring for best release of 2014. They may have gotten their application in a little close to the deadline, but it really is one of the best EPs we’ve heard all year.”

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Attila – Guilty Pleasure

4.5/5

“Whether you love them, or hate them, they are definitely a force to be reckoned with. This new album has classic Attila elements to it, but like always, the band is keeping it fresh, new, and crazier than ever.”

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