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REVIEW: Tremendous – Transcendence on the Cheap

British rock act Tremendous will release acoustic EP Transcendence on the Cheap on July 26. Lizi had a listen to it!


It’s been 13 years since we last had an album from KITTIE but they are back with a bang with new album Fire.

REVIEW: Mouses – bwywtb

Vicki Evans had a listen to Mouses’ second album bwywtb!


MORTAL REMINDER exploded onto the scene in December of last year with the release of their two incredible singles THE GRAVEST SIN and THORN. Consisting of relentless djent instrumentation and groove, it was quick and easy to become eager for whatever was coming next. Consisting of members from metalcore acts such as Sirens & Sailors, Degrader and Deadculture. Fast forward to the present and they’re gearing up for the release of their self-titled debut record MORTAL REMINDER. The question remains… but does it djent?

Review: Mt. Onsra – Sacred Time

Vicki Evans had a listen to Mt Onsra’s album Sacred Time.

Review: Tether – Mirror Work

Vicki had a listen to the new Tether EP, Mirror Work, which was released yesterday!

Perennial – Art History

Perennial recently released their latest album Art History!

REVIEW: Scene Queen – Hot Singles In Your Area

Scene Queen will release ‘party album’ Hot Singles in Your Area on June 28!

Nestor – Teenage Rebel

Nestor take us back to the 80s with second album Teenage Rebel!

SHLUG – Split the Grin

Cardiff’s SHLUG recently released their debut EP Split the Grin!

Review: P.O.D – VERITAS

After seeing P.O.D live supporting Skindred, I was excited for new album VERITAS, but I was a little disappointed.

Review: Like Moths to Flames – The Cycles of Trying to Cope

Columbus, Ohio metalcore powerhouse Like Moths to Flames have returned to the scene with their sixth full length LP The Cycles of Trying to Cope. Considering how long the band have been around and the amount of content they’ve conjured up in their discography, I’m sure a lot of people wonder where the band can go from here. The answer always seems to be up. They’ve consistently gotten better with every release, The Cycles of Trying to Cope is no exception.

Alien Ant Farm – ~mAntras~

Alien Ant Farm are back with ~mantras~, their first new album in more than 10 years!

Review: With Sails Ahead – Infinite Void

With Sails Ahead are a progressive post-hardcore band from New Jersey and their debut full-length LP Infinite Void is finally here. They’ve been conjuring up quite the following by opening for acts such as Hail the Sun, Royal Coda and Eidola. Taking the genre and doing something pretty special with lead vocalist Sierra Binondo’s incredibly unique sound to really make them stand out amongst the rest.

Review: Gun – Hombres

Gun have released their ninth album Hombres and it is absolutely fantastic.


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