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Priests To Pilots – Remember Me, With Favour
Fresh young pop/punk band Priests To Pilots have released their first EP titled Remember Me, With Favour and its a good one! Cracking on, PTP open with FortyFive, a really interesting build from the bass strumming 2 notes with each pattern change until drums and a lead guitar riff lays over the mix, before a more […]
While She Sleeps – You Are We
Between their debut ‘This Is the Six’ and its follow up ‘Brainwashed’ While She Sleeps have established themselves as one of the best metalcore bands that the UK has to offer. With their third album You Are We, they take their first steps as a band independent from record labels, releasing the album through fan […]
Those Who Knew – ‘New Perspectives’
Those Who Knew, the alt-rock 5-piece from Nottingham are about to self release their debut EP New Perspective on 28th April. Describing themselves as having similarities to the ‘Foo Fighters’, ‘Deaf Havana’ and ‘Lower Than Atlantis’, I had quite high expectations; however I was expecting something a bit more ballsy than I got. They share more […]
Anewrage – Life-Related Symptoms
Italian alt-metallers Anewrage released their second album Life-Related Symptoms on April 7. We had a sneak peek ahead of the release with the lead single Upside Down and were excited to hear the rest! Opening track Upside Down is catchy and the vocals are hoarse in a good way. There’s clap-a-long sections and it feels […]
Freeze The Atlantic – The People Are Revolting
Freeze The Atlantic are back with album number three, The People Are Revolting. There’s been a shake up in the line up, with the departure of Sean Shreeve and the return of Jon Pearce (of Reuben fame) but they are back and as politically charged and loud as ever. The People Are Revolting is certainly […]
Falling In Reverse – Coming Home
It’s been almost two years since we last had a record from Falling In Reverse and in that period, guitarist Jacky Vincent left and was replaced by Christian Thompson. So with this being the first record featuring the new guitarist and after the teaser of the title track, we were excited to listen to the […]
Brightlight City- Our Future’s Not Dead
British rock five piece, Brightlight City are releasing their latest EP, Our Future’s Not Dead, this April and it is as bright as the lights in their hypothetical city! Between playing tours and sharing stages with bands like Rise Against, the band have put together a four track EP that certainly shows their talents. At […]
Everyday Sidekicks – Hope
Bristol’s post-hardcore quartet Everyday Sidekicks are back with their new EP Hope. The record is set for release on March 31st and they bring the heavy. The EP is a major progression from it’s predecessor and a pretty darn good one too! Opening track Glass House is angsty and has an interesting melody. The vocals […]
Northlane – Mesmer
It’s March 24th and Northlane have a surprise for us all, the band have spontaneously dropped new album Mesmer. I was one of the lucky ones who got to hear it before its release so check out the track by track review of the record below; The gritty guitars of opening track Citizen build into […]
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COAST TO COAST – THE LENGTH OF A SMILE
Birmingham pop punk band Coast To Coast will soon be releasing their latest EP – The Length of a Smile. With influences from bands such as Real Friends and Modern Baseball, I was curious to hear this. The very first thing that stuck out to me on the first track (Ajax) was the vocals. The […]
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Blood Youth – Beyond Repair
Harrogate hardcore trio Blood Youth are set to release their debut album Beyond Repair on April 7th. The record is the highly anticipated follow-up to EPs Inside My Head (2015) and Closure (2016). So let’s have a listen and see what the trio have come up with. Opener Making Waves is straight in with a […]
Creeper – Eternity In Your Arms
Southampton punks Creeper are more than just a pretty decent band, they give fans a whole other world to live in. After the release of third EP The Stranger (Roadrunner Records, 2016), the band’s disappearance and the story of James Scythe sent fans into a frenzy and attracted media attention throughout the world. During this […]
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Halfnoise – Velvet Face
For die hard fans of Paramore, you probably have an understanding that Halfnoise is Zac Farro (former Paramore drummer) and if you are already familiar, you already understand this is not a comparison of his former successors. Indie / Chill would be the most accurate way to describe the vibe given from Farro’s project. As […]
Diet Cig – “Swear I’m Good At This”
Diet Cig are set to release their debut album “Swear I’m good At This” April 7th. The duo who met in New York in a very unique fashion, began playing music together in 2014. Who would’ve thought that Alex asking Noah for a lighter would lead to these individuals making great music together? If the […]
The Dollyrots- Whiplash Splash
It’s been an interesting winter this year and not in the good way. Like me, you may be worn down by the dark, the cold and just about everything else. Well don’t worry because the spring is here and along with it comes the new record from California Bubblegum Punks, The Dollyrots. Whiplash Splash is […]