Review: City of Thieves – The Incinerator

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London may well be a city built upon the reputation of thieves. From the greedy bank-bosses who dwell in their shiny towers, to the...

Review: Heart of a Coward – Deliverance

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Every musical movement can be stripped down to three phases. The excitement, when a band with a new idea appears and takes the world...

Review: This is Shark Country – Chances

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Born in 2011, the irrepressible five-some are 100% committed to the execution and construction of their craft. Through extensive gigging and intense rehearsing, This...

Review: Dearist – This House has no Windows

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No nonsense rock band from good old Brum who offer some volatile riffs and at the same time bring a lingering sliver of impressive...

Review: Fractal Generator – Apotheosynthesis

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There is one thing I love about this band and I haven’t even heard them yet! And that is their ingenuity for using the...

Review: Todesstoss – Hirngemeer

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Founded in 2000. Todesstoss translated into English means Deathblow. Ever wondered just what you walked into? Ever questioned what your eyes see and your ears...

Review: Motörhead – Black Magic

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I have always thought that Motörhead should be their own sub-genre of rock music. A friend asked me recently, "How is the new album?" The...

Review: Absolva – Never A Good Day to Die

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Manchester heavy rock band Absolva feature the twin-lead guitars of Luke Appleton (the bass guitarist with Iced Earth) and brother Chris Appleton (who has...

Review: Ephyra – Along the Path

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Ephyra were born in Como in the year 2005 by an idea of two guitar players, Matteo and Carlo. The band knows a period...

Review: Metal Allegiance – Metal Allegiance

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There are many super-groups, concept albums and one off projects out there, ones that spring to mind are 'Annihilator – Metal' and of course,...