Category: Music

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Frank Turner – Be More Kind Album Review

Released May 04, 2018 Label: Xtra Mile Recordings Once again, the hardest working musician in the UK has released another album. Shortly after completing a short tour with ‘Mongol Horde’, Frank has gone back out...

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10 Albums that Made Me

Some music defines us as human beings. There are artists who wouldn’t have picked up their instruments without listening to the likes of ‘The Beatles’, ‘Nirvana’ or ‘The Rolling Stones’. So not everyone might care...

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Press to Meco – Here’s to the Fatigue Album Review

Released March 30, 2018 Label: Marshall Records Ltd. This threesome from Croydon have had one heck of year. Touring with Sikth, supporting Don Broco and finally signing with Marshall Records. The trio marry heavy riffs...

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Parkway Drive – Wishing Wells Single Review

Release Date: February 27, 2018 Label: Epitaph The Byron Bay metalcore group have dropped the first single from an upcoming album. ‘Wishing Wells’ opens with soft a acoustic guitar which is unlike any ‘Parkway Drive’ song. Winstons gentle...

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Feed the Rhino – The Silence Album Review

Released: February 16, 2018 Label: Century Media Records Hailing from Kent, this hardcore metal outfit has been around for eight years and four studio albums. After headlining the second stage at Fat Lip Festival! in July...

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Muse – Thought Contagion Single Review

Release Date: February 15, 2018 Label: Warner Bros Since the release of their last single ‘Dig Down’ back in May of 2017, Muse have had a pretty busy schedule. Headlining festivals all over the world, including...

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Good Tiger – We Will All Be Gone Album Review

Released February 09, 2018 Label: Metal Blade Records Fresh off the back of a UK support tour with Möngöl Hörde, the crowdfunded supergroup made of former and touring members of The Safety Fire, The Faceless, Tesseract...

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Phil Campbell And The Bastard Sons – The Age of Absurdity Review

Released January 26, 2018 Label: Nuclear Blast Phil Campbell And The Bastard Sons consists of ex Motörhead guitarist Phil Campbell and his three sons Todd, Dane and Tyla, and vocalist Neil Starr. What a bonding experience that must be. Touring and playing...