DIARIES OF A HERO ‘BEHIND THE MASK’ REVIEW

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It was metal legend Lemmy that hand picked Diaries of a Hero to support him on tour: the highest honour for any metal band...
Long distance calling

Long Distance Calling asks ‘How do we want to live?’

“Curiosity is a real bastard” So begins the opening track ‘Curiosity’ of the seventh album from German band...
LONELY ROBOT

LONELY ROBOT – Feelings Are Good

Lonely Robot is a crossover prog-rock solo project from the mighty John Mitchell, whose contribution to the genre down the years cannot...

The Aristocrats ‘Culture Clash’

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The Aristocrats, an instrumental jazz fusion/ rock power trio of high profile musicians Guthrie Govan (guitar), Bryan Beller (bass) and Marco Minnemann (drums), released...

Review: The Bastard Sons – Smoke

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The Bastard Sons are a band you may not heard of but very soon they will be all you hear for the foreseeable future....

Review: Riverside – Love, Fear And The Time Machine

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Releasing their debut album 'Out Of Myself' over ten years ago, Poland-based band Riverside bring us their 6th album, Love, Fear And The Time...

Review: Todesstoss – Hirngemeer

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Founded in 2000. Todesstoss translated into English means Deathblow. Ever wondered just what you walked into? Ever questioned what your eyes see and your ears...
Glen Hansard - Between Two Shores

Irish singer-songwriter Glen Hansard returns with his honest brand of acoustic led rock

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Irish singer-songwriter Glen Hansard returns with his honest brand of acoustic led rock on new album Between Two Shores.  For those unfamiliar with Hansard think...

Deftones ‘Koi No Yokan’ Album Review

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Deftones returned, for all intents and purposes, with their breathtakingly brilliant 2010 release Diamond Eyes. Having released two relatively sub-par albums in the period...

Review: Crawl – This Sad Cadav’r

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Texas sludge/noise metal group Crawl bring us their latest opus, This Sad Cadv’r. This Sad Cadav’r is made up of three tracks, each simply titled...