Review: Blues Pills – Blues Pills

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Blues Pills, at first you can never be to sure what to expect. It’s like unwrapping a present at Christmas, all excited to find...

Danny Bryant – Temperature Rising

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Danny Bryant’s guitar starts wailing straight out the box, his rough breathy voice promising that the woman before him will get the ‘Best of...

Review: Philip Sayce – Influence

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Blues rock guitarist Philip Sayce’s latest album is a kaleidoscopic soundscape capturing an authentic classic feel to which is often added a thoroughly modern...

Review: Digitalife – Nemesis

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DIGITALIFE was formed in August 2007 and started as an industrial metal core project by brothers Martin and Gabriel. With much pride the band...

Review: Funeral Horse – Sinister Rites of the Master

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333 copies - hand numbered - multi-coloured vinyl. This first edition is released by Artificial Head Records. It should be emphasized that this artefact...

Review: Joyce Manor – Never Hungover Again

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Were The Buggles actually a punk band? I’m just wondering because - although The Buggles played synth driven numbers - we should not forget that...

Review: Prawn – KingFisher

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Indie rockers Prawn formed in Ridgewood, New Jersey in the summer of 2007. The band has toured the United States, and self released two...

Review: Pennywise – Yesterdays

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Hermosa Beach, California, punk rock band Pennywise formed in 1988. Their name is derived from the Stephen King monster. Between their 1991 self-titled début...

Review: Still Remains – Ceasing to Breath

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Allow me to take you back - Imagine yourself aged 14, picking up a copy of ‘Of Love and Lunacy’ between your sweaty grabbers....

Review: Overkill – White Devil Armory

Finally we have our hands on one of the most highly anticipated Thrash albums of this year, Overkill's 'White Devil Armory'. We spoke to...