Review: Workhouse – The End Of The Pier

Review: Workhouse – The End Of The Pier
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WORKHOUSE THE END OF THE PIER Devil in the Woods Workhouse creates an instrumental world of organic soundscapes with more variety and style than you’d find in a dozen releases

Review: Zoe – From Hell

Review: Zoe – From Hell
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ZOE FROM HELL Crust War They’ve been described as “total Amebix-worshipping raw biker metal punk,” and all I’d have to add is, “with Slayer solos!” The recording is raw but

Review: Totakeke – At The Train Station On A Saturday Evening

Review: Totakeke – At The Train Station On A Saturday...
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TOTAKEKE AT THE TRAIN STATION ON A SATURDAY EVENING Frozen Empire Media 5/5 Totakeke’s Frank Morkros knows how to please an audience that craves beats and bass with blissfully dark

Review: The Great Depression – Unconscious Pilot

Review: The Great Depression – Unconscious Pilot
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THE GREAT DEPRESSION UNCONSCIOUS PILOT Princess As the name of the band might suggest, The Great Depression, this lot create music with a predominantly mellow and melancholy tone. Not to

 
 
Review: Stained – Imperanon

Review: Stained – Imperanon
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Stained Imperanon Nuclear Blast Stained is the debut from Finland’s Imperanon. With an average age of 20, and considering this album is their debut, you’d expect to hear metal with

Review: S – Puking & Crying

Review: S – Puking & Crying
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S PUKING & CRYING Suicide Squeeze S are the reversed reflection or negative print of Postal Service with the duo of Josh Wackerly and Jenn Ghetto steering the runaway rollercoaster

Review: Reality Crisis – Who Is Your Messiah?

Review: Reality Crisis – Who Is Your Messiah?
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REALITY CRISIS WHO IS YOUR MESSIAH? Crust War This sounds a lot like Conflict when they used to write two-minute anthems instead of lengthy anarcho-epics. Of course, being a Crust

Review: M83 – Dead Cities, Read Seas & Lost Ghosts

Review: M83 – Dead Cities, Read Seas & Lost Ghosts
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M83 DEAD CITIES, READ SEAS & LOST GHOSTS Mute There will be those who would crown this French duo as the anointed kings of highbrow hipness and perhaps, for once,

Review: Jim Guthrie – Now, More Than Ever

Review: Jim Guthrie – Now, More Than Ever
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JIM GUTHRIE NOW, MORE THAN EVER Three Gut Jim Guthrie spins out warm and wistful folk that has received so many fantastic reviews I can’t quite figure out why I’m

Review: Into Eternity – Buried In Oblivion

Review: Into Eternity – Buried In Oblivion
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Into Eternity Buried In Oblivion Century Media Canada’s Into Eternity redefine and set new boundaries for progressive metal with their release, Buried In Oblivion. Layered vocals with a European flair