[REVIEW] Grind Your Bones to Dust – by Nicholas Day

Read on for my review of the new Nicholas Day novel, Grind Your Bones to Dust.

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[REVIEW] Mad Hallelujah and Other Oddities – by Owen Morgan

Read on for my review of Owen Morgan’s new collection, Mad Hallelujah and Other Oddities.

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[NEWS] Horror Collection Announced for 1st Quarter 2020

Dead as Soon as Born and Kill for Them mixed a variety of genres. But at the start of 2020, Aiden Merchant will be releasing his first actual horror collection. Read on for more info.

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[STORE] Pre-Order Available: Specialty Signed Packages

DECEMBER 2019 UPDATE: CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE – Prints are being reconfigured at this time. Check back later to see when these packages are up for orders once more.

We now have signed packages available for pre-order that include specialty prints and digital files. Read this post for more info!

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[NEWS] Some General and Important Updates

Some things have recently changed, so I thought an update was in order. In the following post, you will learn more about the release of KILL FOR THEM, several upcoming 2019 releases, and how some things will temporarily change until I find a new publisher.

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[FEATURE] The Merchant’s Turntable – Track 2, “You Will Never Change”

This particular monthly blog is hosted on the Kendall Reviews website. My second posting just went live, so you should check that out here. It features Killswitch Engage, Wage War, Issues, Of Mice & Men, and more.

And if you missed the first posting (because I don’t think I listed it here on my website anywhere), you can check it out at this link. It features Motionless In White, Wolves at the Gate, Crown the Empire, Blink-182, Sum 41, and more.

(The Merchant’s Turntable is a monthly music blog hosted by Kendall Reviews, in which I talk about and review upcoming releases in metal, punk/rock, hardcore, and more.)