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    Voice of Reason Masterofreality's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by boozehound View Post
    MOR: Knowing that you like Tool - Are you familiar with Coheed and Cambria? I assume yes, but if not you should check them out. Claudio Sanchez has a unique (but amazing) voice. They are an incredible band that never really got their due, IMHO.

    What I'm listening to that's new, or new-ish (it's an eclectic Mix):

    Jason Isbell: The best folk/country artist around. Period. Quite a catalog of albums already and a new one coming May 15th.
    Trivium: New album dropped a few weeks ago. There aren't a lot of modern bands doing Metal very well right now, but these guys are one of them
    Cody Jinks: Great country artist that blends 'outlaw' country with folk undertones.
    Coheed and Cambria: Phenomenal Prog-metal band. Their most recent album isn't exactly 'new' but it's great.
    Sean McConnell: Nashville songwriter that nobody has heard of, but you should. If you like Country / Folk / Americana music check him out.
    Bad Religion: These guys are still going at it, and have an album released in 2019. It doesn't break any new ground, but it's a solid album from Punk Rock Icons
    Good Riddance: Hardcore punk band that recently reunited and released an album in 2019. It's one of their best. They also have a pretty robust catalog to choose from.
    Dragonforce: These guys are kind of a joke band with intentionally cheesy song topics and titles (Sci-fi / fantasy) but there is some great guitar work and soaring choruses and melodies.
    Thanks Booze!!!

    I'll check them out!! (THUMBS UP EMOJI)
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    RIP Little Richard.
    ...he went up late, and I was already up there.

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    It's not new music, but a really good spin on old music. There are mash-ups from other years as well.


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    Mentioned in the other Music Thread, I cannot get enough of the new Durand Jones & The Indications album Private Space. This is a group with their sound down. These songs are On Deem.

    Entire Album


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    If ABBA comes back after 40 years, does that count as new music?
    ...he went up late, and I was already up there.

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    If anybody is into rocking metal music, the new album by Deafheaven "Infinite Granite" shreds.
    Full disclosure: I'm a fan of Tool too.
    "I Got CHAMPIONS in that Lockerroom!" -Stanley Burrell

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