Review: Deathstars – The Perfect Cult

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Deathstars are a Swedish gothic metal band from Strömstad. Formed in 2000, the group are noted for their dark horror-themed lyrics, pessimistic and misanthropic...

Review: Goatwhore – Constricting Rage of the Merciless

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It's been sixteen years since Goatwhore reared its menacing head from the swamplands of New Orleans, Louisiana — a city rife with urban tales...

Review: Confession – No More Fucking Fear

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'No More Fucking Fear' - a motto we could all learn from. When you’ve been through it all, and come out of the other side...

Review: Feed The Rhino – The Sorrow And The Sound

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The difficult third album. It is often seen by bands as a point where some changes need to be made and they are not always good....

Review: Stars & Flights – Moral Colour

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South Wales has a bit of a reputation for doling out some great rock music, and progressive-alt-rock trio Stars & Flights certainly do nothing...

Review: Arthemis – Live From Hell

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The principal rival to Mozart – Antonio Salieri – came from the city of Verona. It is also home to Arthemis - our favourite...

Review: Peter Frampton – Hummingbird in a Box

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In April 2013, as part of its spring production, the Cincinnati Ballet performed a series of dances accompanied by Peter Frampton and his band...

Review: Tomas Doncker Band – Moanin’ At Midnight: The Howlin’ Wolf Project

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Tomás Doncker started out in the down-town “No Wave” scene (New York) in the early 1980s, before going international, and touring and recording with...

Review: Donnie Vie – Goodbye Enough Z’nuff

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Armed with an acoustic six string, in 2013 former Enuff Z’nuff singer/songwriter Donnie Vie headed out with tongue-firmly-in-cheek for what he called the Magical...

Review: Dead Inside – Millions Dead

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Biography DEAD INSIDE are an upcoming hard core/death core band from Nottingham, UK. In a genre that's completely oversaturated, their use of 8 string guitars,...