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Finally this is released May 19th.

 

 

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Tracklist:

 

'Locked And Loaded'
'Next Worse Enemy'
'Bleed With Me'
'Save Me Within'
'You Will Remember Me'
'Moving On'
'R U Angry'
'Shine'
'Kill Or Be Killed'
'All The Little Things'

 

 

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Since Firehouse aren't putting out anything new (Lord only knows why not), I sure am glad that he's doin' this Rubicon Cross thing......very good stuff!

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Since Firehouse aren't putting out anything new (Lord only knows why not), I sure am glad that he's doin' this Rubicon Cross thing......very good stuff!

Oh, it is him. I thought he looked familiar. For real, though, what the hell is goings ons with Firehouse?

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Oh, snap! That is nothing like FireHouse. Not at all what I was expecting. But I wanna hear more.

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I've been listening to this one lately. It's really not my style and not what I expected. It's growing on me though. Probably wouldn't have even given it a look had CJ Snare not been involved.

Agree!

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I'm with you but it's Snare's vocals that make this group. Reminds me a little of his old group (Maxx Warrior) which was a little more metal than Firehouse.

 

I'll wait until I've heard all of Soto before deciding which of these two metal bands with 80s vocalists I prefer.

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I like this one. Not amazing, but it's good. I actually rated Firehouse's discography recently (which was a bit of an eye-opener) and if I'm being honest, this disc would fit into third place in their discography, after their first two discs. Good stuff, and a lot better than any recent Firehouse output.

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