Review: Fallen To Flux – Transitions

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Fallen To Flux, the latest in a long line of hopeful up-and-comers from London’s burgeoning underground rock and metal scene, are an odd proposition. On...

Review: Blues Pills – Lady in Gold

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Imagine a band that sounds like a cross between Fleetwood Mac and Jefferson Starship – that is Blues Pills. They boast a singer who...

Review: One for Sorrow – Blood Songs

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The very impressive ‘Underfoot’, with impressive vocals that contain real grit and power, can be described as giving a mighty kicking by a size 12 hobnail...

Review: Barb Wire Dolls – Desperate

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To say that the past year has been a mixed bag for the world of alternative music is a bit of an understatement. For...

Review: 9Electric – The Damaged Ones

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9Electric are soon to release their mega 12 track album The Damaged Ones, and what a sound they have produced. At the start of this...

Review: Aeges – Weightless

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With no nonsense, Aeges (ÆGES) launches deafening riffs that ooze with captivating spirit. Weightless bears witness to the band's creativity and emotional endeavour; its fierce appetite pushes...
Carnifex - Slow Death

Review: Carnifex – Slow Death

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August 5th isn’t a date that will stick in your memory unless it is your birthday, but it may stick in your memory if...

Review: Palace Of The King – Valles Marineris

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Last year, Australian rock n roll sextet, Palace Of The King, released their debut album White Bird/Burn The Sky. It was full of anthemic,...

Review: Dan Reed Network – Fight Another Day

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Between the late 80's and early nineties the Dan Reed Network started drawing attention for their blend of rock and funk, a multi-racial band...

Review: Blink-182 – California

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Twenty-one years since the release of their debut album, ‘Cheshire Cat’, a lot has happened in the Blink-182 camp within recent years. With 2011’s...