Review: Anaal Nathrak – Desideratum

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Desideratum means something that is needed or wanted. It is also the title of Anaal Nathrakh’s most recent album, their eight release and one...

Review: Joe Bonamassa – Different Shades of Blue

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Grammy-nominated Joe Bonamassa gets my vote for the most over-hyped guitarist out there today. Not because the guy can’t play because he sure as...

Review: Dirty Heads – Sound Of Change

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At the same time that a kickstarter campaign to ban Nickelback from performing in London again, this is one artist we should be inviting...

Review: Horrendous – Ecdysis

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When I pressed play on this album, I was hoping the band name was not intended as a pre-description of what was to come....

Review: Joanne Shaw Taylor – The Dirty Truth

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Four studio albums in and this time round were getting The Dirty Truth. So what’s the rap sheet say so far about Joanne Shaw...

Review: Another Dead Hero – Dystopia

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It may be more than a decade since the heyday of nu-metal, but the tremors from its impact are still being felt. While most...

Review: Yellowcard – Lift A Sail

Yellowcard are back with their 7th new album 'Lift A Sail', which is breaking new boundaries for the band. “We Really feel like we got...

Review: Meshuggah – The Ophidian Trek

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Creating a brilliant live album is a tricky game to play.  For every ‘Kiss Alive’ or Thin Lizzy’s ‘Live and Dangerous’, there are dozens...

Review: Blackberry Smoke – Leave A Scar, Live In North Carolina

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If you are looking for something fun, something a bit jazzy, with a sprinkle of blues and country, and predominantly southern rock, then I would...

Review: Snailking – Storm

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Over in Jönköping/Kalmar, Sweden, 3 peice doom/sludge band SNAILKING lay waste to pleasantry and positivity with their unique sound of sludge. Hints and edges...