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If unexpectedly he would choose to walk away from music today, 'Afraid of Ghosts' would be one hell of a swan song.
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At 45, Butch Walker is still the best kept secret in music.
Fall Out Boy, ‘American Beauty/American Psycho’ – Album Review
Fall Out Boy have walked away from the fire in hopes of creating something new.
Sleater-Kinney, ‘No Cities to Love’ – Album Review
As a fan who owns and loves every album that Sleater-Kinney have ever released, 2006 was a bitch of a year for me.
A Skylit Drive, ‘Rise: Ascension’ – Album Review
Celebrating the release of their latest effort, 'Rise: Ascension,' things were anything but business as usual for A Skylit Drive.