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Burnt Books: “Where There’s Smoke There’s Fire” Album Review By Jamie Lee!

If there’s one word that truly describes Burnt Books it’s “scrappy.” From their violent guitar gnaw to singer Zoe Llolis’ emotional fury, both their debut and their newly released sophomore offering, Where There’s Smoke There’s Fire, are akin to being cut apart with a rusty shiv. While Burnt Books‘ debut formed a fitting introduction to the masses, Where There’s Smoke

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JAMIE LEE’S TOP 10 of 2013

It has been a huge year in metal, making the task of choosing  my top 10 albums released this year particularly daunting. If you haven’t heard these album, make it a point to seek them out. Reflecting on this past year makes me incredibly excited about what 2014 holds. Bring it on!   10. INTRONAUT : HABITUAL LEVITATIONS (INSTILLING WORDS

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BURNT BOOKS, “BURNT BOOKS” ALBUM REVIEW!

Columbia, South Carolina’s Burnt Books pushes a hardcore ethos into full metal territory with a viciousness far removed from the beaches, forests and fields that make up the Palmetto State. The quartet’s eponymous debut boasts gnashing punk (“Selfish Friend”), no wave choruses (“Empty Eyes”), banjo interludes (“Dig a Little Deeper”), and that all takes place in the first four songs.

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JAMIE LEE’S TOP 10 of 2013

It has been a huge year in metal, making the task of choosing  my top 10 albums released this year particularly daunting. If you haven’t

BURNT BOOKS, “BURNT BOOKS” ALBUM REVIEW!

Columbia, South Carolina’s Burnt Books pushes a hardcore ethos into full metal territory with a viciousness far removed from the beaches, forests and fields that