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Neck Deep – The Peace and The Panic!
I have to be honest, I became a fan of Neck Deep’s second album Life’s Not Out To Get You and then kinda just went off in a different direction and didn’t pay that much attention to them as they made a rapid rise to new age pop-punk kings. So as the release date for […]
Hundred Suns – The Prestaliis
The Prestaliis, a hugely anticipated album from Hundred Suns completed by Cory Brandan (vocalist of Norma Jean), Chris Lemasters (ex-guitarist of Dead And Divine) and Ryan Leger (ex-drummer of Every Time I Die) which is set to drop 11th August via New Damage Records. Boasting some of the biggest names in post-hardcore / metalcore as […]
MAYPINE – In The Back Of My Mind
Brighton pop punk rockers, Maypine are a fairly new band on the block. Formed last year, the band released their new EP, In The Back Of My Mind, on 4th August. They take influence from the usual suspects and fit suitably into the British pop punk scene but there’s something else there too. The opening track […]
Cursed Earth – Cycles of Grief Volume 1: Growth
Fresh from signing to UNFD Australian metallic hardcore band Cursed Earth released the Cycles of Grief Volume 1: Growth EP on the 4th August. This EP sees the group display a true understanding of the various styles of heavy music, whilst maintaining a thematic consistency based around the darker aspects of life. The EP has […]
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Sleep Token – II
Sleep Token are, according to them, ‘an entity unlike any encountered before’. They are, apparently, the representatives of a deity known as Sleep. They maintain an anonymity similar to that of Ghost (before they all started taking each other to court), with strange marked masks and interviews seemingly just a vessel to convey further information […]
Make Them Suffer – Worlds Apart
Australian six-piece Make Them Suffer released their album Worlds Apart on July 28th. The album is full of catchy hooks, anthemic choruses, and it’s almost worlds apart from their previous albums. ‘First Movement’ opens the album, and immediately sees the band move away from their deathcore roots, onto something a little more progressive. Their style is more melodic […]
‘Bad Solution – The War Within’
Bad Solution’s The War Within brings you squealing guitars, thunderous riffs and a mix of aggressive yet melodic vocals, in a classic yet exciting metal fashion. A true blend of rock and metal. Musically genius. The vocals do lack slightly for me in places and could compliment the music/emotion/themes more, but just when I start […]
Best EX – Ice Cream Anti-Social
Best EX formerly Candy Hearts recently released their new EP ‘Ice Cream Anti-Social’. This is the bands first EP under record label Alcopop Records. Best Ex are a great throwback to late 90’s to the early 2000’s, the bands previous work under Candy Hearts was much more indie focused, whereas this EP is just straight light hearted pop punk but with some […]
Crumbs – Mind Yr Manners
Leeds quartet Crumbs are throwing a splash of colour into the UK punk scene this July with the release of their debut album, Mind Yr Manners. It’s a short and sweet collection of tracks as unconventional as they are catchy. Mind Yr Manners is an album of juxtapositions, Ruth Gilmore’s vocals detail various struggles in […]
Oceans Ate Alaska – Hikari
Birmingham’s technical metal wizards Oceans Ate Alaska are set to release their new album ‘Hikari’ today. An interesting fact; the album was named from the Japanese word for ‘light’. This heavy record showcases new vocalist Jake Noakes. The first track Benzaiten has a very interesting instrumental opening with what I believe consists of Japanese instruments. […]
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A Promise To Forget – Dying To Live
After overcoming numerous hurdles along the way, Birmingham metalcore outfit A Promise To Forget are ready to drop their debut album Dying To Live in August. The fruit of their long labours is a self-released record of immense sincerity and personality. ‘Metalcore’ is something of a blanket term these days, applied to an increasingly disparate […]
Milk Teeth – Be Nice
British pop punk band, Milk Teeth have released their brand-spanking-new 4th EP (including 2 EPs and 1 studio album) named ‘Be Nice’ after releasing their debut album ‘Sad Sack’ over a year ago The EP consists of four kick-ass songs which includes, Owning Your Okayness, Prism, Fight Skirt and Hibernate. This album shows us all that the […]
The Cruel Knives – Side One
The Cruel Knives formed following the demise of Heavens Basement with Sid Glover and Rob Ellershaw teaming up again after the split and joining forces with Tom Harris and Al Junior. They’ve played shows with The Pretty Reckless and have now revealed debut EP Side One. Opening track The World We Were Sold begins with […]
White Noise Radio – Cosmos
Bristol based alt-rockers White Noise Radio formed in 2014 and released their first EP last spring. This summer’s successor, Cosmos, follows a similar course melding complex riffs and rhythms with huge radio ready choruses. This EP, however, does take a more direct approach with none of the songs out staying the 6 minute mark in […]
Fangclub Self Titled Debut Album
There is an album set to release in August that I’m sure fans can’t wait to sink their teeth into.. Or should I say fangs? Prepare yourself for the Dublin trio that makes up Fangclub. With singer Steven King, drummer Dara Coleman, and bassist Kevin Keane they are the brilliance that are gaining fans by […]