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Sounds Like: Evanescence, 30 Seconds to Mars, Black Veil Brides, Nightwish, Paramore
Bio: September Mourning has just recorded her debut album for Virgin Records. "It tells a story in 12 songs, an epic tale of “heartbreak, loss, pain, joy, love, redemption, but most of all, courage…” Produced by Howard Benson (Chris Cornell, My Chemical Romance) and mixed by Chris Lord-Alge, Septembe...See Full Bio
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“Opener 'Go For The Throat' went, as it no doubt hoped, straight for my jugular and, honestly, surprised me....Second song 'A Place To Call Your Own' proves that the opener was no fluke; in fact, it's probably better - a smearing of melody sticking to a savage riff. 'Always' treads the goth-pop-rock path that I guessed the entire album would follow: it fits the concept - "a dark culture fantasy told through the heart and split soul of a girl named September" - perfectly and it's hard not to get stuck in its honey trap of catchiness. 'Fallen' opens in a way that just wants you to start typing the word 'Evanescence' before kicking the keys out of your hand; actually, the song sounds like a good version of Lacuna Coil. 'Love Is War (Romanticide)' is massive, sounding like a song that those Black Veil Brides would kill to be in possession of....seeing as they have none of their own. The electro drop-out in the song's mid-section is almost Defiled in nature.”