Reviews on the Run Feb15

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Lionheart LDLH Front Artwork Lionheart – Love Don’t Live Here

With the release of Love Don’t Live Here, Northern California’s Lionheart highlight the day to day struggles of being dead broke, couch surfing and the inner turmoil it causes along with the strength it takes to keep your chin up to endure. In the six years since the last full release it’s obvious that Lionheart had been lying in wait while loading their guns for quite possibly the best Hardcore album of 2016.

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SSS_Cover_Final_1400px Silver Snakes – Saboteur

Los Angeles’ Silver Snakes third release, Saboteur (on Claudio Sanchez’s Evil Ink Records) isn’t easily put into a box when describing it throughout, which is always a good thing! There is a certain polished yet raw feel to Saboteur. Its chock full of darkness and attitude but still feels heavy and spacious as well, it has hints of older Queens of the Stone Age while dipping their toes into the prog arena (which bores the life out of me) I would rather get lost in Alex Estrada’s gritty and dirty vocals. Saboteur should help Silver Snakes make some waves in the coming year.

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