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EP Review: Systemised // All At Sea

Are you a fan of pummeling hardcore and southern metal? Then All At Sea are the band for you. Emerging from the North East,...

EP Review: Achromatic // In My Disguise

Suffolk rock band In My Disguise are heavily influenced by Muse and Audioslave, driven by an appetite for big riffs and choruses. The band played...

Album Review: Life-Related Symptoms // Anewrage

Italian metal quintet Anewrage are carving a strong reputation for themselves. The band aim to push all kinds of boundaries, and have toured throughout...

Album Review: Constancy // Order of Voices

Order of Voices are a progressive rock band influenced by Tool and Alice in Chains. Formed in Sheffield in 2009, the quintet released their...

EP Review: Dream City // Tom Lumley

Tom Lumley has carved out a reputation supporting established indie artists such as The Hunna and Coasts. This has helped boost his audience, while...

Track Review: On the Roof // DUMB

DUMB are a garage rock band from Austin, Texas. Taking a grunge influence, their sound is energetic, and refreshing. Although debut album Live Fast Die...

Album Review: Hartsick // Our Hollow Our Home

Our Hollow Our Home have been making a huge impression on the local metalcore scene. Their frequent gigs around the South Coast, including Portsmouth,...

Track Review: I Spend My Days – Wishing Them Away //...

Employed to Serve are a post-hardcore band with a strong grindcore influence. Describing themselves as “nasty hardcore”, they have a knack of mixing ferocious...

A Blast from the Past: Restoring Force // Of Mice &...

Back in around 2013/2014, nu metal experienced a mini revival, with bands such as Beartooth, Dangerkids, and most successfully Bring Me the Horizon taking...

Album Review: You Might Be Right // Happy Accidents

London trio Happy Accidents are making waves in the indie scene. They have a catchy sound similar to bands such as Ash and Pavement,...

EP Review: Call You When I Come Down // The Relights

The Relights are an up and coming indie rock band who formed in 2013. Despite hailing from Bedfordshire, the band’s sound has more in...

Album Review: Ouroboros // Hieroglyph

Hieroglyph are a progressive metal band based in Leeds and London. They have received a wave of positive feedback since releasing debut EP, Freefall in...

Album Review: People Are the Best Show // Celeb Car Crash

Celeb Car Crash is an Italian rock band who have supported the likes of Lacuna Coil and Coheed and Cambria. They have been championed...

Track Review: Dye My Hair // Alma

Alma is an up and coming singer-songwriter from Finland. Stuck in an era populated by manufactured pop singers, her strong, powerful voice helps her...

Track Review: Absence // Marsicans

Marsicans are an up and coming indie band from Leeds. They describe themselves as “upbeat indie meets dirty pop”. They’re part of a wave...
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