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Picture Me Broken: "Mannequins" review (Hardrock Haven)

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This is only a 4-song EP in preparation for a full-length album later this year, but anyone looking for some modern hard rock/metal that sounds like Flyleaf crossed with Evanescence should at least check this out. For my full review, click the link below to head over to Hardrock Haven:

 

http://hardrockhaven.net/online/2013/03/picture-me-broken-mannequins-cd-review/

 

Not for everyone, but if the "Flyleaf-meets-Evanescence" description piqued your interest at all, you should at least give 'em a listen.

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