Red had big shoes to fill with the release of their fourth album, which followed the nearly flawless Until We Have Faces. Here’s why Release The Panic doesn’t even come close to the mastery of the band’s best work.
Site PurposeEveryone has that certain band they love to follow, and if you're anything like myself, you obsess over your favorite album, you like discussing its merits with anyone willing to listen and you enjoy debating which one is truly the best with friends and fellow fans of the band. Welcome to Diamond In The Rock, where the ambitious goal is to rank and review EVERY album by EVERY band covered on this site by December 2012! So far this site is still in its developing stages, but the number of reviews and rankings will be expanding daily until the end of the year! So if you're looking for the review on one of your favorite band's latest albums or wondering where it stacks up to the band's other material, look no further!
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