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"Combining the sounds of rock and modern melodic metal, you get indications of whom the band has drawn influence from. Vocals like Mudvayne and Testament to instrumentation like Trivium, August Burns Red and other similar bands. Today we are taking a look at their latest EP/Mini Album “Inside My Head” which from the go I must say is impressive!" "The EP is well balanced with slow and mid tempo songs but there is defiantly a whole lot of charm to this. This EP is phenomenal and anyone who listens to this will be thirsty for more! A great band and a band I will be following for years to come!"
“ll in all, Inside My Head is a rock-solid hard-rock album that pushes without shame into the realm of melodic metal and metalcore. Its tracks offer a diversity that keeps the ear engaged without wearing it out, and there’s a little something for everyone, from arena-rock ballads to hard-edged moments of unadulterated fury. One of the more impressive aspects of this EP is that while it is self-released, it sounds just as good as any big-label release, which inspires confidence in me that these guys are only going to just keep getting better and better. Shudder is definitely a band that is managing to make the most of its situation, and I look for them to become a staple of not only their hometown scene, but also the regional scene that we call Midwesthell.”
“Shudder is about to shut it down. This Motown rock ensemble is sick. Amazing instrumentation and production along with powerful lead vocals is bound to make a lasting impression. It's been some time since we have heard rock come out of the Motor City. With Eminem, Big Sean, Madonna and Kid Rock already in the universe, it's only a matter of time for this group to explode.”
“Shudder's performance enlightened many Crimson concertgoers to the power this band possesses. This 5 piece metal machine impressed those who've never experienced the band's performance prowess. New addition to the band Shephen Shaheen, formerly of Paper Street Saints, takes an already fantastic band to the next level. Josh, Stephen, Brian, Kelly and Kevin form a band that is sure to make waves in the Detroit music scene.”