Heaven's Pregnant Teens (2006)
Scars of life have had an opportunity to share the stage with bands such as 40 Below Summer, Ill Nino, Poison the Well, Endo, and Darwin's Waiting Room. So, it should not come as much of a surprise that they seem to imitate those around them. In their début album, What We Reflect; Scars of Life have a sound not unlike…
Best Of (Chapter One 1997-2004) (2005)
Young for Eternity is UK Indie act The Subways’ first album and I think they’ve got something more than debutante luck when it comes to putting together simple chord arrangements and throat-blasting vocals. I think it’s unfair to say that their sound is nothing more than evocative of a grunge revival, but if they’re merely aping…
Originally released in 2004, Senses Fail offer their fans this deluxe edition of Let it Enfold You. Although the initial release included a DVD, the limited edition offers acoustic versions to 3 songs, previously unreleased songs, and live footage from the Taste of Chaos tour, and music videos for two singles.
When Everything Falls (2005)
See You On The Other Side (2005)
For roughly the last ten years, down under Metallers Truth Corroded have been punishing Australia's stages and ears with their politically charged anthems of destruction. Now with the release of their second full length album Our Enemy Is The Weapon; (Truth Inc / MGM) Truth Corroded have definitely cemented their feet into the next era of modern metal.
Resist Convenience (2006)
This is Metal [3 CD] (2005)
When you hear the term "upstate New York" you really don’t think of loud rock music, you think home of the Goo Goo Dolls, but all that is about to change. In a time where everything sounds the same and everyone dresses the same, Every Time I Die manage to steer away from that scene to create one of their own. These New Yorkers put on a sick live show only capturing what’s on this album. They describe their sound as "a buffalo bills tailgate party meets a high school bonfire kegger."
All in all, The Junction’s And With This Comes Tomorrow has a sound that is totally unto itself.