Review: A Devil’s Din – Skylight

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A Devil’s Din confess to being influenced by late sixties psychedelic music and early seventies prog. A band ripe for those currently imbibing on...

Review: Ray Wilson – Song For A Friend

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Ray Wilson? Many of us know the pedigree less so the music: ‘Inside’ was a great post-grunge hit single come cool Levi’s jeans advert...

Review: Mindscar – What’s beyond the light?

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‘I Am The Bad Man’ starts with thunderous lures. Mindscar kick up some dirt throttling the ears with their metalcore madness and vocally ripping out some...

Review: Death Angel – The Evil Divide

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  Not every band can live up to a legacy but every once in a while a group exceeds expectations by pushing boundaries in a...

Review: Grand Magus – Sword Songs

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  Sword Songs is Grand Magus’s eight album to date and it seems to already be creating a stir on the metal scene, the mere...

Review: Nothing Lies Beyond – Fragile Reality

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Hailing from Tel-Aviv, Israel, melodic death metal outfit Nothing Lies Beyond formed in 2011. Soon after their inception the band recorded a demo ‘Fading...

Review: Red Dawn – Algorithm of Destruction

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Red Dawn is a death-metal band originally from Rennes in Brittany. Created in 2013, the training consisted of Thomas on drums, Val bass, and...

Review: Red Spektor – Red Spektor

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Red Spektor Red Spektor is to be released 29th May 2016 via Kosmik Artifactz It seems as if Black Sabbath created more than just metal...

Review: ARCHITECTS – All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us

These are uncertain times. A theme prevalent across Architects latest album, All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us. The seventh studio release makes a new...

Review: ZOAX – ZOAX

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Last year, I went to a fairly low-key festival in Petersfield, called Butserfest. Researching the acts beforehand, I came across the name ZOAX. Their...