Thursday, August 18, 2022

Review: Bait – Sunburst

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Bait - formed in September 2013 in the Würzburg area of Germany. SUNBURST will be released on limited edition 12" vinyl soon. Kicking off this...
Amaranthe

Amaranthe declare their “Manifest”

Swedish band Amaranthe's sixth album, Manifest, takes up where 2018’s Helix left off…except with this new one, they have packed every trick into short,...

Alice Cooper reunites with original band for a show that will be hard to...

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Someone call him a legend, others a shock-rocker. The 69 years old rock 'n roll hero keeps leaving his fans wanting more and tonight...
Britania

Filled with wen and mistletoe: Legado de una Tragedia — Britania

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Exuberant orchestral lamentations... sumptuous and ethereal

Review: The Loved and Lost – Into a Dream

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Not many of you would of heard of The Loved and Lost and neither had we (team RAM) until we took a visit to Breaking...

Review: Dirty Heads – Sound Of Change

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At the same time that a kickstarter campaign to ban Nickelback from performing in London again, this is one artist we should be inviting...

Review: Aeges – Weightless

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With no nonsense, Aeges (ÆGES) launches deafening riffs that ooze with captivating spirit. Weightless bears witness to the band's creativity and emotional endeavour; its fierce appetite pushes...
THE TANGENT

THE TANGENT ..”The slow rust of forgotten machinery.”

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This is the first Tangent album since main man, Andy Tillison, was laid low by a heart attack in 2016, but he’s happily recovered...

Review: Will Haven – Open the Mind to Discomfort

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There is music that is meant to be free. To be played in big open fields, among the sun and the flowers. Then there...

Review: Low Flying Hawks – Kofuku

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If you are ever in the unfortunate situation of walking through the dessert, a shimmering on the horizon ahead of you and miles of...