Review: Uprising – II

More riffs to kill your masters to. So, here we are again. After my shamefully late review of Uprising‘s debut, I’m actually on time for this one. And, boy, is it a sophomore album. II is actually the perfect name, because for all intents and purposes, this feels like a sequel. Uprising don’t reinvent themselves, but why should they? The formula works, all it needed was refinement, and this album brings refinement. ´╗┐II by Uprising It retains the same general theme from the debut: rebellion and insurrection. And in many ways, it becomes even more direct in that. After the … Continue reading Review: Uprising – II