Monday, May 27, 2024
Seven Stories High - Deadweight

Review: Seven Stories High – Deadweight

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Pop-Punk kids, now is your time to fix up, look sharp and listen, as you may be about to discover a new favourite band...

Review: Cancer – Terminal

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The biological Cancer as everyone knows can grow inside anyone at any age, although when it is black depressive metal it will probably only...

Eye Ra Haze – Eye of the Storm

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New York five-piece Eye Ra Haze weave their way into your aural consciousness with rumbling hypnotic near-minimalist melodies and more haunting foreground vocals. Part...

ZaRRaZa ‘Cutting Meat Fast & Loud’

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Formed in 2009 from the darkest recesses of Kazakhstan, which incidentally is the world's largest landlocked country by land area and the ninth largest...

Review: Pay No Respect – Hope for the Hopeless

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Pay No Respect, one of UK's most relentless & hard working names in hard core. After countless road trips, years of touring around Europe...
Tigercub - Evolve or Die

Review: Tigercub – Evolve or Die

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Brighton three-piece Tigercub sit in an interesting place in the overall British rock scene. One foot firmly placed in the indie scene that is...

Review: Unforeseen Prophecy – Burn The Skies

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I thought I would start 2015 with some Kentish metal-core for your listening pleasure - Unforeseen Prophecy's second EP 'Burn the Skies'. The band hail...
Cryptosis

Cryptosis are an unstoppable cosmic force on The Silent Call

Cryptosis are a Progressive Thrash Metal band from The Netherlands and they have recently gained some notable traction with their latest singles which have...

Review: Will Haven – Open the Mind to Discomfort

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There is music that is meant to be free. To be played in big open fields, among the sun and the flowers. Then there...

Review: Far Beyond the Sunrise – Self-Titled

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Review recently featured in Issue 3 of RAMzine (below). Far beyond the Sunrise were founded in 2009 and are composed of five people dedicated to...