Review: Devil You Know – They Bleed Red

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Devil You Know 'They Bleed Red' is out now via Nuclear Blast! Here is our track-by-track review: 'Consume the Dammed' - feisty and raucous the...

Review: Kari Rueslåtten – To The North

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Soprano singer, songwriter and keyboardist Kari Rueslåtten was lead vocalist with Norwegian doom metal/experimental band The 3rd And The Mortal, inspiring future female-lead bands such...

Review: Aiden – Aiden

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Aiden seemed to be the right kind of band to soundtrack the mid-00s with a punk rock revival, the 'emo'/ 'scene' culture and MySpace...

Reveiw: Anal Fissure – Mind of a Serial Killer

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From the typically unreadable band name for those not used to it, the unsettling album title, and the not so family friendly name. Anal...

Review: Fearless Vampire Killers – Bruises

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Fearless Vampire Killers could be the busiest band in rock at the moment. 2014 saw the British rockers release their 2nd full album Unbreakable...

Review: Northcote – Hope Is Made of Steel

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Firstly, I would like to introduce you to Matt Goud better know as Northcote. The Canadian singer songwriter from British Colobima joined by his...

Review: Clutch – Psychic Warfare

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Clutch are now a much loved institution that rank among the very best of the rock scene. From an album output that most bands...

Review: Joel Hoekstra’s 13 – Dying To Live

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Recent Whitesnake addition Joel Hoekstra has released an album under his new 13 side project, albeit that it was instigated prior to his joining...

Review: Akarusa Yami – Heavy Climb (EP)

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Since the arrival of Akursa Yami into the world from Nottingham in the year 2010, they have managed to whip up a storm with...

Review: Chris Cornell – Euphoria Mourning (re-release)

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It’s 1999. Soundgarden have broken up and are nearly a decade away from a reunion. Audioslave are a few years off and Chris Cornell...