Review: VNV Nation – Matter+Form

Review: VNV Nation – Matter+Form
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VNV Nation Matter+Form Metropolis Street: 04.12   VNV Nation fans have waited two years for Matter + Form and will delight in the latest efforts of Ronan Harris and Mark

Review: Thee Heavenly Music Association – Shaping the Invisible

Review: Thee Heavenly Music Association – Shaping the Invisible
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Thee Heavenly Music Association Shaping the Invisible Rehash Records   Caught somewhere between Curve and Garbage (yes I know that’s a slim alley) with an over-apparent love for My Bloody

Review: The Perishers – Let There Be Morning

Review: The Perishers – Let There Be Morning
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The Perishers Let There Be Morning Nettwerk   The Perishers come sauntering in with a long list of hopefuls who would, if given the chance, knock that bloody crown off

Review: The Upwelling – Self-Titled

Review: The Upwelling – Self-Titled
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The Upwelling Self-Titled TheUpwelling   The Upwelling are the first unsigned band to get Virgin Megatore’s “Virgin Recommends” sticker stuck to their CD, and while it isn’t hard to see why

 
 
Review: S. Sturgis – In a Haze

Review: S. Sturgis – In a Haze
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S. Sturgis In a Haze Positron Records Street: Out Now   The artist’s name alone tells you this album is excellent. In eight years, Scott Sturgis has already shown that

Review: Random Hymns EP – GSL

Review: Random Hymns EP – GSL
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Random Hymns EP GSL   This one might scramble your brains a bit in the traditional Gold Standard way. Punk in attitude, freeform in structure, drenched in organs thrust along

Review: Phazm – Hate at First Seed

Review: Phazm – Hate at First Seed
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Phazm Hate at First Seed Osmose Productions   Phazm are a French band that sound more like Amebix than any of their death metal contemporaries. This came across during the

Review: Origin – Echoes of Decimation

Review: Origin – Echoes of Decimation
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Origin Echoes of Decimation Relapse Records   Clocking in with nine tracks (no intros!) in just under half an hour, you might suspect that Origin’s newest release in well over

Review: Misery – Production Thru Destruction

Review: Misery – Production Thru Destruction
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Misery Production Thru Destruction Cah Records   Punks are always so much better than metalheads at playing metal. They know when not to play a useless solo, when not to

Review: Mad E.P. – Eating Movies

Review: Mad E.P. – Eating Movies
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Mad E.P. Eating Movies Ad Noiseam Street: Out Now   When I am 6 was the first work of art by Matthew Peters of Mad E.P. and now he gives