Category Archive: Wakesay Doxtator

Review: “The Blood Album” – AFI

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For a band who’s 26, AFI have had one hell of a career. Starting off hardcore which saw them blowing the roof out of basements to turning into horror punk which started building… Continue reading

A Look Back At: For Those Who Have Heart

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At this point I’m sure most people know who A Day To Remember are. One of the few bands in their genres to blow up or that one band you used to listen… Continue reading

Playlist: Songs For The Rain

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Go this this site: https://rainymood.com/ Now play on shuffle and I hope you enjoy! Adjust volume if needed.

Review: “I See You” – The xx

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To me, The xx were nothing more than generic indie pop. Sure, they had some good tracks like Intro and Angels but the rest were simply uninspired and boring. That is until I… Continue reading

Review: “Night People” – You Me At Six

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It’s been three years since You Me At Six’s last album, Cavalier Youth, which found huge success but was ultimately their most forgettable album to date. While sounding great all thanks to producer… Continue reading

Top Ten Video Game Themes

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From the 8 bit era to the current 8th generation of consoles, these are the themes that kept us coming back for more!   10: Main Ground Theme – Super Mario Bros.  Look,… Continue reading

Top Ten Muse Songs

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Wooooo, this list was not easy to make. Muse are one of the greatest bands alive right now and will go down in history as such. After weeks of going through their incredible discography… Continue reading

My Fall Playlist

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More than just leaves changing, autumn is a shift into many things. Staying in more, allergies, seasonal depression, and many other things. Doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy this beautiful but short time before… Continue reading

Five Awesome Song Sequels

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Whether it’s the lyrics or the music, sometimes one song isn’t enough to tell it’s story. A sequel may appear on the same album while other times you have to wait years to… Continue reading

Review: “Tidal Wave” – Taking Back Sunday

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Talk about jump-starting the old Cadillac. Taking Back Sunday continue to evolve with their seventh album, Tidal Wave. First off, not only is this a damn good rock album but it is undoubtedly… Continue reading