The Blackout ‘Start The Party’ Album Review

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If you've seen The Blackout on tour, you’ll know one thing. The Blackout like to party. So much, in fact, they've dedicated their latest...

The Rolling Stones ‘GRR!’ Album Review

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The Rolling Stones... How many front-men have taken tips from Mick Jagger? There's even a very catchy tune by that terrible lot Maroon 5...

Dreamshade ‘The Gift Of Life’ Album Review

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‘The Gift of Life’ is the second offering from Swiss metal noise makers Dreamshade, who with the help of producer Jacob Hansen (who has...

Malnàtt ‘Principia Discordia’ Album Review

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Formed in Bologna, Italy in 1999, Malnàtt has moved away from the folk approach of the early albums to focus on much more extreme...

Funeral For A Friend ‘Conduit’ Album Review

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From the early days when every teenager with a fringe had 'Juneau' lyrics splashed across their MySpace page to the softer alt-rock dalliances of...

Io ‘Our Disintegrating Museum’ Album Review

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Ios own individual mixture of post-hardcore and progressive music gained them enough local success (in Birmingham) to record a self released EP which triggered...

Miss Lava ‘Red Supergiant’ Album Review

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Lisbon’s heavy rock ensemble - Miss Lava - have unleashed their fierce new brute-baby into the world. Their terrorizing new album, ‘Red Supergiant’ has...

Blink 182 ‘Dogs Eating Dogs’ Album Review

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Blink 182 are certainly not the band they used to be. Gone are the days of the naked band singing songs about wanting to...

Downfall of Gaia ‘Suffocating in the Swarm of Cranes’ Album Review

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The cool stylings of Downfall of Gaia are displayed in their latest album Suffocating in the Swarm of Cranes, a real floaty album with...

SILENT DESCENT ‘MIND GAMES’ ALBUM REVIEW

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There have been countless attempts in the past and present where bands have tried to fuse metal with a different genre. Previously there were...