Rocked Album Review: Of Monsters and Men – Beneath The Skin

Iceland’s indie rock sensation return from 2012’s massive success to bring their sophomore album Beneath The Skin. Just how much of a mark will this album leave?

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Rocked!  A series that at least once a week will take a new album in the rock genre (everything from soft alternative to metal) under review so you can see if it's worth your time and money.

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It’s really surprising how they came out of nowhere, almost, to become such a monster success. Kudos to them as well for reintroducing folk rock to the main stream. Of course “Little Talks” being their big hit, they certainly aren’t a one song band. Definitely going to be picking this one up.

BTW. I request doing Cauterize by Tremonti. Nice follow up after your recent Creed: regretting the past episode.


Singular! “Iceland’s indie rock sensation” is singular, dammit!