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Elder Brother - Heavy Head

Elder Brother - Heavy Head

06.03.2014 | Matt.S | 0 Comments

Although it seems likely to give this record about a half score due to half of the songs being good, the other average, that's not the case. When Elder Brother hit that sweet spot and get this indie/emo sound just right, it's something that makes you just fall in love with the songs and everything around you. They remind you of all you love in this life and although that seems overly introspective, just listen to the album. Then and only then will you get just what that statement means.

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Monte Pittman - The Power Of Three

Monte Pittman - The Power Of Three

06.03.2014 | h0lywood | 0 Comments

'The Power Of Three' is a compelling album. The guitar work throughout is proficient with the emphisis being largely on the riffs and solos. Ranging from pop to grunge to metal, any fan of metal should give this album a try. 

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Buried in Verona - Faceless

Buried in Verona - Faceless

06.03.2014 | Matt.S | 7 Comments

In summary, 'Faceless' is a perfect title for this album. It lacks all originality with the mind-numbing chugg, breakdowns and repetitiveness that this album uses as its template. This is the biggest letdown ever. It seems as if Buried In Verona peaked with 'Notorious' and now they have nowhere left to go but YouTube searching the name 'silence 'in the music section to see what shitty metalcore band comes up.

 

 

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Wolves Like Us - Black Soul Choir

Wolves Like Us - Black Soul Choir

05.03.2014 | LukeC | 0 Comments

This is like more refined stoner rock, with careful attention paid to the structures of the songs. Basically Wolves Like Us are brilliant songwriters who fully understand which colours need be used to move you.

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Havoc - Undiscovered Paradise

Havoc - Undiscovered Paradise

03.03.2014 | Alexander.s | 0 Comments

If you fancy some homegrown heavy music, give 'Undiscovered Paradise' a look. It may not wow you enough to go get their name tattooed across your neck, or for you to violently pit, but you'll be sure to like it. If you live in or around Perth, make sure you go give these dudes some support at least. They have the potential for some seriously good shit coming in the future.


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Destrage - Are You Kidding Me? No

Destrage - Are You Kidding Me? No

01.03.2014 | h0lywood | 0 Comments

'Are You Kidding Me? No' is an album that manages to make so many different elements and genres work together to create a really fun and upbeat album. The songs are exciting, intriguing and angsty. With such an array of sounds, this album is one that holds a little something for everybody. 

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Mount Salem - Endless

Mount Salem - Endless

27.02.2014 | h0lywood | 0 Comments

'Endless' manages to pack all the best of Mount Salem's current talents into one album. The group has created a well-rounded and well polished EP this time around. The ominous and haunting vibes throughout are noteworthy and justified. With remastered works and an extra two tracks nothing feels like it is lacking. This EP is a recipe for success.

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Comeback Kid - Die Knowing

Comeback Kid - Die Knowing

27.02.2014 | Alexander.s | 0 Comments

From the distorted crescendo riff and rumbling percussion driven intro of 'Die Knowing' to the slow diminuendo of the anthem album closer 'Sink In', Comeback Kid's fifth album is easily one of the best hardcore albums of 2014. It's heavy and fast when it needs to be, it's viscous and aggressive when it is demanded, and it's loud as all fuck! Andrew Neufeld and co show the newcomers and their peers alike how it's really done.


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InDirections - Clockworks

InDirections - Clockworks

26.02.2014 | LukeC | 0 Comments

Expect to see these guys on the next 'Punk Goes Pop' covering Miley Cyrus or something, adding to the truly predictable and boring direction in which this genre and scene are heading.

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Far Away Stables - Atlantis

Far Away Stables - Atlantis

25.02.2014 | Matt.S | 0 Comments

From the opening guitars of 'Understanding the Depths' to the rock groove ending of 'Hellish Conditions', this EP will have you hooked by your ears. The way the instruments gel together underneath stellar vocal melodies and screams is something that can only be commended. This is a rock record that will be on your playlist. If it isn't, you may want to check your hearing.