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REWIND, REPLAY, REBOUND

Rewind, Replay, Rebound is the 7th studio album by Danish rock band Volbeat. -WIKIPEDIA

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  • The Guardian

    chugging metal-meets-rockabilly.  

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  • Metal Sucks

    these songs are clearly meant to be heard way out in the cheap seats. At times, it feels like listening to classic rock radio.  

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  • INDY METAL VAULT

    this is worth checking out whether you’re a fan or not.  

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  • ALL MUSIC

    Volbeat have long been superstars in their native Europe for quite a while, but this album should go a long way to establishing them as festival headliners across the rest of the globe.  

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  • CoS

    their most accessible and catchy songs to date, while mixing in a few surprises to add variety, including guest spots from Clutch frontman Neal Fallon and Slayer / Exodus guitarist Gary Holt.  

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  • BLABBERMOUTH.NET

    almost every song on "Rewind, Replay, Rebound" has merit in some way. As a start-to-finish album experience, however, the diversity in extremes results in a musical roller coaster that is still functional but is also a little rickety and seems to be on the verge of losing the much-needed bolts to keep it together. 

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  • KERRANG!

    Volbeat still sound like a band desperately searching for an identity to call their own.  

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  • MAXIMUM VOLUME

    yet another collection of brilliance from Volbeat.  

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  • METAL WANI

    ‘Rewind, Replay, Rebound’ is an album of fun songs that will have fans pumped and rocking the days away.  

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  • ROCK 'N' LOAD

    This is an absolute gem of an album with something on here for everyone.  

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  • DISTORTED SOUND

    They may not have trodden on fresh ground but when they are undoubtedly adored for their craft there really isn’t such a requirement.  

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  • UPSET Magazine

    Volbeat sound as if they’re having the musical time of their lives.  

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  • LIVE METAL

    Love it or hate it, the sound is unmistakably Volbeat.  

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  • Rock Sins

    Some successful experimentation | Stand out tracks are Volbeat at their best.  

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  • CRYPTIC ROCK

    a solid Volbeat staple album that long-time fans should love as it stays the tried and true course of the band’s sound.  

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  • The Moshville Times

    If you’re looking for that hulking, snarling beast of those earlier albums, it’s gone, with not even a hint of it. 

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  • the arts desk

    the album the title Rewind, Replay, Rebound which sounds like an attempt to evoke the early days. The LP is certainly not that, or even close. And yet, it's not a bad album either. It may be patchy, with frequent excursions into almost unpardonable blandness, but at its best, there's also the air of consummate musicians cutting loose.  

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  • The Metal Report

    Well crafted and radio-friendly, Volbeat’ s exploratory rock should have mass appeal.  

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  • The Sound Board

    It’s not exactly a classic album or among the best of the year, but it’s a change that can’t be ignored, and when that change is for the better, that’s always good to see.  

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  • richersounds

    Danish heavy rockers Volbeat are still on the rock and roll rise to superstardom with their seventh studio album.  

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  • Already Heard

    The Danish heavy-hitters are now back with their seventh record, ‘Rewind, Replay, Rebound’. With their stylistic traits firmly in place, Volbeat fans aren’t going to be disappointed.  

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  • Wimps and Posers

    There’s a lot to love on Rewind Replay Rebound, but it’s the first Volbeat album that didn’t blow me away from the very first spin and head straight to the top of the “best of the year” list.  

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  • Diary of a Music Addict

    The album is diverse, but strangely enough manages to sound quite uniform. 

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  • Games, Brrraaains & Head-Banging Life

    Safe and uninspired. Even the most hardcore Volbeat fan might struggle to take more then a handful of tracks on this album and add them to their ‘best of’ Volbeat playlist.  

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  • UBER ROCK

    to sum things up, this is another strong release from Volbeat. There’s plenty of variety from track to track to give an overall very balanced album that slots in nicely with the rest of their catalogue. 

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  • HEAVY Magazine

    Rewind, Replay, Rebound is the best album Volbeat have ever produced any doubt what-so-ever. 

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  • BLOODY GOOD MUSIC

    It's another identity crisis, and it's amazing that through all of this, Volbeat still manages to make a record that's so enjoyable. It's flawed, but they don't detract. Volbeat is still good fun. 

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  • ALL MUSIC

    Rewind, Replay, Rebound may be a couple of tracks too long, but when the songs are this great, that's a very small caveat. Volbeat have long been superstars in their native Europe for quite a while, but this album should go a long way to establishing them as festival headliners across the rest of the globe.  

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  • TINNITIST

    Ambitious, anthemic, riffy, multi-faceted, nostalgic, anachronistic, propulsive, enthusiastic, crunchy, jam-packed. 

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  • WhatCulture

    Danish rockers bring charm and a huge, clean sound to Tyneside.  

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  • EAO MAG

    one of the best hard rock records of this year.  

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  • METAL MASTER KINGDOM

    The balance of heavy and commercial songs makes for a really enjoyable listen.  

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  • STARGAZED MAGAZINE

    this feels like one of the bands more melodic releases. I like that side of the band, and the best songs on this album are the more emotional and melodic songs.  

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  • MUSIC MAYHEM MAGAZINE

    Volbeat have not lost their passion to create and progress. It’s that which keeps them hungry — and musically honest on the new album. 

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  • MUSIC MATTERS MEDIA

    Rewind, Replay, Rebound is not a Volbeat retrospective, it’s an undeniably strong starting point and comfortably showcases the variety in the band’s sound. 

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  • Metal Temple

    This album is very much a toned down version of what we have come to expect.  

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  • steemit

    My overall opinion is that Volbeat has released a great album. I am sure they will lose some hardcore fans with it but on the other side they will receive a lot of new ones. 

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  • Rock Magazine

    it's a good album with a few new nuances, like the hammering Honky Tonky piano in the Jerry Lee Lewis style on "The To Live" , the wider use of the Harlem Gospel Choir and the backing vocalist Mia Mia.  

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  • Apocalypse Later Music

    This is rockabilly and alternative rock and groove metal. 

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  • Markus Heavy Music Blog

    The new record is a continuation of a way that comes from innovative Metal and leads to mainstream Rock.  

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