Review: Against Me! – Shape Shift With Me

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Against Me! are a special band. Their last three albums all have a claim to being stone cold classics (the ones before those aren’t...

Review: Broken Flesh – Self-Titled

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Formed in 2004 Broken Flesh are no strangers to the live scene, having performed with bands such as Cannibal Corpse, Whitechapel, Suicide Silence, The...

Hank Marvin strikes ‘Gold’ in this new collection

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The UK has consistently punched above its weight when it comes to producing the world’s stellar rock guitarists down the years, with many of...
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White Wizzard’s Infernal Overdrive – True, unabashed, traditional heavy metal in its purest form

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Infernal Overdrive sees metal stalwarts White Wizzard return with their fourth full-length album, their first since 2013. With the return of former members, singer Wyatt...

Ravenous ‘We Are Become Death’ Album Review

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Southampton groove-metallers Ravenous have finally released their debut album, titled in partial-homage to the famous quote from the Bhagavad Gita, We Are Become Death. Much...
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Stryper’s God Damn Evil Album!

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That Stryper were promoted as a Christian rock band I’d always assumed they’d sound like a poodle rock version of 70s Casablanca act Angel...

Diamond Head prove they never lost it with’The Coffin Train’

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All aboard 'The Coffin Train'! NWOBHM stalwarts Diamond Head knock it out of the park with a brand new album. Formed by two working-class...

Collateral

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To paraphrase my review of this band’s 4 Shots EP released a while back, they come on like Bon Jovi and Aerosmith but they...

Review: Johnny Touch – Inner City Wolves

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Johnny Touch! Already they sound like an awesome band, like the name some super cool 80’s action hero. Johnny Touch is actually an Australian...

Review: The Infernal Sea – The Great Mortality

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It's safe to say that black metal is an acquired taste. Some love it, some hate it, some just don't 'get' it. That being said,...