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Seether - Isolate and Medicate

Seether - Isolate and Medicate

17.06.2014 | Matt.S | 0 Comments

This album will feel very familiar for older fans and rightly so. Seether haven’t altered much from their heavily influenced Alice in Chains and Nirvana song templates and although that ends up being a small downfall, ‘Isolate and Medicate’ is still a brilliant record with catchiness, power and energy rampant through its ten tracks.

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Blood on the Dance Floor - Bitchcraft

Blood on the Dance Floor - Bitchcraft

17.06.2014 | Matt.S | 0 Comments

Listening to ‘Bitchcraft’ is kind of like getting food poisoning. It’s going to make you gag, sweat and feel uneasy, all while making you excrete your last meal in an exceedingly violent fashion. With leather, spandex and enough hair dye to kill a small elephant, you'll soon realise that this is why we can’t have nice things.

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Say Anything - Hebrews

Say Anything - Hebrews

17.06.2014 | LukeC | 1 Comments

'Hebrews' is experimentation done right, marking itself as Say Anything's most unique sounding record without ruining their legacy or seeming out of place in the process.

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Confession  - Life And Death

Confession - Life And Death

16.06.2014 | Alexander.s | 2 Comments

Even though the song structures, breakdowns, and Crafter's vocal style remain pretty much unchanged, there is such a whole new level of inspiration, passion and life instilled in the band now. As a result these songs are some of the band's best. So yes, this is still the good ol' Confession you know, except they're just better than ever now.


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The Black Keys - Turn Blue

The Black Keys - Turn Blue

15.06.2014 | RobFoster | 0 Comments

In some ways a departure, and in others a return to basics, ‘Turn Blue’ feels oddly familiar and yet strangely different at the same time. You wouldn’t really expect that this album will have the same commercial impact as ‘El Camino,’ but that certainly doesn’t mean that it doesn't beat it in terms of quality!

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Tombs - Savage Gold

Tombs - Savage Gold

15.06.2014 | h0lywood | 0 Comments

'Savage Gold' is an album that really does well to highlight the intrumentals and provide us with an impressive level of skill. It is fast, fierce and quite enjoyable. Even with a track or two that seems like it might not belong, there isn't much to fault here.

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Brody Dalle - Diploid Love

Brody Dalle - Diploid Love

14.06.2014 | RobFoster | 0 Comments

For some previous fans, this record may be a bit too much and seem slightly off putting. That, however, doesn’t change the fact the Brody Dalle has crafted a fantastic collection of tracks on 'Diploid Love'.

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Mayhem - Esoteric Warfare

Mayhem - Esoteric Warfare

12.06.2014 | h0lywood | 0 Comments

'Esoteric Warfare' is a powerful album. Mayhem have created an interesting roller coaster ride through the different sounds and styles of black metal.

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Three Man Cannon - Pretty Many People

Three Man Cannon - Pretty Many People

12.06.2014 | LukeC | 0 Comments

Three Man Cannon have taken their time and garnered enough experiences along the way to make 'Pretty Many People' a solid addition to their catalogue, which should become a surprising favourite for fans of the band.

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Vanna - VOID

Vanna - VOID

10.06.2014 | Matt.S | 0 Comments

‘VOID’ marks the band's fifth album and although an extension of their fourth LP ‘The Few and Far Between’ in terms of its relentlessly fast and aggressive hardcore soundscape, it serves as an elevation to new heights. It's stemming with anger and just genuine hatred for pretty much everything. Each song bursts into your eardrums with life and prowess. It’s nothing new in the scheme of things but bloody oath it’s brilliant. Vanna is fucking dead and better than ever!