Iron Maiden: The Book of Souls

Iron Maiden: The Book of Souls

By Adrien Begrand

Instead of coasting like a legacy act, the metal greats push themselves like never before on their 16th album. 31 Aug 2015 // 2:30 AM

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//Recent Reviews

25 May 2005 // 1:00 AM

Gilmore Girls: The Complete Third Season

The casual, chatty extras capture the series' spirit: whimsical, free-spirited, and tinged with nostalgia.

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24 May 2005 // 11:00 PM

	Shrimp Boat: Speckly

Way underground legends' first vinyl is finally reissued. Test of time applied with mixed results.

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	Starflyer 59: Talking Voice vs. Singing Voice

With album number nine, Jason Martin rights the ship and delivers one of his best collections of wonderfully moody, thoughtful songs. They used to call this 'college rock'.

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	Screaming Trees: Ocean of Confusion: Songs of Screaming Trees 1989-1996

Solid overview of the Pacific Northwest band's definitive years on Epic includes two unreleased tracks.

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	Son Volt: Live From Austin, TX [DVD]

Jay Farrar and co's lack of visual flair sinks an otherwise-strong set of alt-country tunes.

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	System of a Down: Mezmerize

System of a Down have exceeded expectations, and they're only halfway done.

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	Mannie Fresh: The Mind of Mannie Fresh

Mannie Fresh has a very interesting mind. The word 'interesting' does not always mean something good, but here it does. This shit is bananas.

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	Johnny Maddox: Dixieland Blues

Gutsy stuff, lively and swinging, men who did it 75 years ago did it again 25 years later, jazz of 1929 with novelty ragtime interludes.

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24 May 2005 // 11:00 PM

	The Konks: self-titled

True garage rockers that they are, the Konks more than live up to the standards of Bomp! Records, and the legacy of its founder, the late Greg Shaw.

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There's nothing like playing a show for a few thousand of your closest friends.

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//Mixed media
//Blogs

Ubisoft Understands the Art of the Climb

// Moving Pixels

"Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed and Grow Home epitomize the art of the climb.

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