Album Review: Statues – Holocene

Here we go again!  Well for myself at least, a Swedish band that hits new heights of sound and passion, a band that has flown under my radar up until now, but have just dropped bombs of pure energy into my ears. Having already been impressed by bands like Rotten Mind and Beat City Tubeworks this year from the same neck of the woods, its a pleasure to find that strong melodic rock is also thriving ...

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