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Bobaflex - Apologize for Nothing Review
by Dan Cappello

Going from the new Cold album to this album by Bobaflex is like watching Titanic and then watching Boondock Saints. It's so much more uplifting and intense than the Cold album, and after having to listen to that album I needed something to get my adrenaline going again.

It's better composed than many of the rock albums I have listened to recently and is one of the most experimental albums I have heard to date. Bobaflex really surprised me with their amazing talent in putting together a great hard rock album. They start the album off with a bang with the song "Six Feet Underground." The song is loud intense and blazing with fast licks and hard drums. This song is followed by more hard melodic rock that you really can't help but get into.

The one song that really impressed me was "Guns Ablazin." It is one of the best written songs I have heard in recent time. The band blends in great instrumentals with absolutely amazing harmonized vocals. The song jumps from light rock to really hard and they completely challenge themselves as artists. It is without a doubt the best song on the album.

I definitely recommend checking this album out. The only problem I really have with it is that it is very short. Its twelve tracks for only thirty five minutes. It's like a Linkin Park album. I personally like bands to have their longest song to be more than three minutes and forty seven seconds. Again if you're looking for a band with awesome harmonizing vocals and who really experiment in each song than check this album out.

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