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Black Moth Super Rainbow: Cobra Juicy (Review)

Although the beloved psychedelic synth-rockers offer a few new tricks this time out, a majority of Cobra Juicy sounds exactly like their past few albums — not that there’s anything wrong with that.

Bison B.C.: Lovelessness (Review)

Forget the decorative adjectives and the wild imagery associated with this band’s name and music—Lovelessness is metal grounded in reality, the kind that deals with real, every-day emotion. This is blood music at its best.