Review: Revolution Saints – Revolution Saints

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Maybe it was because I’d been reading too many detective novels, but there was something that didn’t feel quite right about the revelation of...

Men on a Mission: Stupid Chief, The Influence, Circadian

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We are two guys on a mission, a mission to find the next big thing before the big thing finds them! We will tour...

Review: Melechesh – Enki

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And breathe... After many years of listening and loving music, you know the moment that you have heard something truly special. It has been a...

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: All To Ruin – Among Us

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Yet another band with a name that makes you hope it doesn't extend to their music. From Port Talbot, South Wales. All To Ruin formed...

Review: Ian Siegal – One Night In Amsterdam

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Ian Siegal came out with the solo acoustic Man & Guitar in 2014, whereas this year’s live release One Night In Amsterdam, finds him backed by...

Review: Shields – Guilt

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Shields, they've established themselves as being one of the best up and coming tech metal bands the UK has seen in a long time....

Review: Left For Red – All Things Known And Buried

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You know you’re doing something right when you find yourself supporting the likes of  Chimaira, Revoker, Beholder and Breed 77. These guys also won...

Review: As it is – Never Happy, Ever After

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Since 2012 this Brighton based 5 Piece have been making a name from themselves. Fronted and driven by the charismatic Minneapolis-born Patty Walters, a...

Live Review: William Control, The Globe, Newcastle

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When did this whole scene happen? I'm not talking about the 'goth', or the 'dark-wave' scene, or even the 'grave wave' scene. The current...