Friday, May 24, 2024
Code - Under The Subgleam

Review: Code – Under The Subgleam

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Black metal is a genre often ridiculed by many in the metal community. It's unsurprising, really, considering that a vast majority of musicians in...
Sertraline - Guilty

Review: Sertraline – Guilty

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The name Sertraline for anyone like myself that has had to take the drug will know it lightens mood and literally pulls you out...

Review: Massacres – Brutus

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Freshly formed new guns Massacres have arrived with a hearty appetite for cut-throat riffs, savage vocals and unhinged live performances. Debut EP 'BRUTUS' was...

Review: A Room Swept White – No Love Lost

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A Room Swept White are one of the latest British bands to throw their hat into the  melodic hardcore genre, a style of music that...

Review: Sirens in the Delta – Revolutions to Follow

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Coming out of Teesside, Sirens in the Delta play rock and roll and their debut EP, ‘Revolutions to Follow’, is born from the world...

Review: Dendritic Arbor – Sentient Village/Obsolescent Garden

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Cotard Delusion For individuality and creativity this has to be the track of all tracks. It is noise ridden, black, and fuel injected with barbarous...

Review: Strains – Redefined

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Genre: Metalcore 'The Great Disconnect' is a progressive menagerie of vibrant riffs that expand the mind and disorientate the senses. The vocal scathing is torrential...

Review: Secret VI – Mixed Episode

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Released through Vanity Digital Music/Vanity Music Group and now available on iTunes the three tracks featured on Secret VI’s Mixed Episode EP feature a...

Review: Hammerjack – EP Two

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For those who do not know who Hammerjack are, (much like myself before this EP):They are a quartet of good mates with the sole...

Black Shapes ‘Sleep, Sleep, Sleep’

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A lot of people have been making a lot of noise about London hardcore outfit Black Shapes of recent and rightly so. Their previously released EP...