Review: Bardus – Stella Porta

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Bardus are a three piece band hailing from Philadelphia, having never heard of them and seeing the artwork for Stella Porta I found myself...

Review: The Glorious Rebellion – Euphoric

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The Glorious Rebellion sounds like a cheery kind of name for a cheery kind of band, do not be fooled! This Orlando three piece...

Review: Double Experience – Unsaved progress

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Double Exerience are most likely the only band in the world that are described as 'Nerdy Neo-Rock' but thats one of the many things...

Review: Joe Bonamassa – Blues of Desperation

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‘This Train’ comes bristling down the tracks with a ballsy hard-on. Mr Bonamassa in mighty fine form with roaring vocals that are so good...

Review: Lock & Key – Peaceless

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Since forming in 2013 following front man Rich Larder’s emergency operation, Lock & Key have been hell-bent on making mayhem provoking music. Aggressive and...

Review: Donnie Willow – Inhale. Exhale.

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Certain comparisons are just too easy to make. Every new rock band with a female vocalist gets compared to Paramore and if you want...

Review: Demise Of The Crown – Self-Titled

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According to Demise of The Crown, ‘death’ is a basic human emotion. Of this, I was not aware. Their self-description on Facebook reads like...

Review: The Treatment ‘Generation Me’

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What a time 2016 is to live in. Despite all the legends we have lost to the hands of fate, we have gained a...

Review: Killus – Ultrazombies

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I don’t know about you but for me the word ‘electronica’ fills me with excitement! You can feel the tension as you listen and...

Review: Amon Amarth – Jomsviking

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Amon Amarth really do not need an introduction, everyone in the metal community should know this band as well as further afield. Their sound...