Review: 36 Crazyfists – Time and Trauma

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36 Crazyfists have always been a band hard to define by a genre. Caught between the Nu Metal and Metalcore scene, listeners have always...

Review: Papa Roach – F.E.A.R.

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FEAR the emotion induced by threats which cause a change in brain and organ function and ultimately a change in the way we behave - and now F.E.A.R' is...

Review: AC/DC – Rock or Bust

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The sun comes up, Justin Bieber’s a twat and AC/DC play Rock and Roll. These are just facts and for most of them we...

Review: Hayseed Dixie – Hair Down To My Grass

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There are more tribute bands than ever these days. If you can think of a successful band,for example Slipknot, you will probably be able...

Review: In This Moment – Black Widow

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Black widow spiders are known for the females' unique appearance and tendency to eat their mates. They are considered the most venomous spiders and...

Review: Whitesnake – Live in ’84 / Back To The Bone

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Available in a deluxe version and with a DVD courtesy of Frontiers Records the latest live offering from the Whitesnake franchise digs deep, taking...

Review: Machine Head – Bloodstone & Diamonds

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Absolute kings Machine Head release their eighth studio album, 'Bloodstone & Diamonds'. Produced by Robb Flynn and Juan Urteaga, who has also produced Testament...

Review: Slash – World on Fire

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‘World On Fire’ is the third solo album from British-American rock legend SLASH. This 17-track album is set to indeed follow in the footsteps...