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ALBUM REVIEW: Polar – Nova

ALBUM REVIEW: Polar – Nova

Veteran hardcore stars Polar return with ‘Nova’, their fourth full length, and by their own account, most personal work to date. A newfound maturity and experimentation sees the band build on their last effort with mixed results.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Free Throw – What’s Past Is Prologue

ALBUM REVIEW: Free Throw – What’s Past Is Prologue

With two albums and over seven years under their belt, Free Throw’s third album sees them at their most honest. Is honesty the best policy?

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EP REVIEW: The Lounge Kittens – Have Another…

EP REVIEW: The Lounge Kittens – Have Another…

Southampton based trio The Lounge Kittens are back with their 2nd EP ‘Have Another…’ and once again, thanks to crowdfunding, have done it without the help of a major record label.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Scream Blue Murder – Rock Bottom

ALBUM REVIEW: Scream Blue Murder – Rock Bottom

Scream Blue Murder create an emotional landscape exploring love, loss, and more in ‘Rock Bottom’. With atmospherics, catchy live-oriented choruses, and an overall heavier sound than in their debut, the record shows refinement, growth, and promise for this Coventry-based outfit.

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Alchemy – Chemical Daydream

ALBUM REVIEW: The Alchemy – Chemical Daydream

Introducing anthemic band The Alchemy, a new rock outfit from Canterbury, UK, who have recently released their debut album ‘Chemical Daydream’, a blend of rock, indie and electronic music. Do the band impress with their debut full-length? Read on to hear our thoughts!

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ALBUM REVIEW: Enterprise Earth – Luciferous

ALBUM REVIEW: Enterprise Earth – Luciferous

Deathcore brutalists Enterprise Earth grace us with a third album ‘Luciferous’, full of apocalyptic anthems.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Whispering Sons – Image

ALBUM REVIEW: Whispering Sons – Image

If there was ever a question on the health of post-punk, Whispering Sons are probably the answer despite being far more than just another post-punk band. Paint your nails black and sink into this Belgian darkness.

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ALBUM REVIEW: JAWS – The Ceiling

ALBUM REVIEW: JAWS – The Ceiling

B-Town threesome JAWS return with their third full length album ‘The Ceiling’. The band explore a new twist on their original dream-pop sound as they explore the rush of growing up and the pressure and confusion that comes with it.

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ALBUM REVIEW: From Sorrow To Serenity – Reclaim

ALBUM REVIEW: From Sorrow To Serenity – Reclaim

From Sorrow to Serenity make their anticipated return with new album ‘Reclaim’. Their first full-length with new vocalist Gaz King, ‘Reclaim’ sees the band build on the very accomplished ‘Remnant of Humanity’ with an album that should please metalcore fans and push them to the next level.

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EP REVIEW: Simple Creatures – Strange Love

EP REVIEW: Simple Creatures – Strange Love

Pop-punk powerhouses Alex Gaskarth and Mark Hoppus’ launched their supergroup Simple Creatures earlier this year, showing made-in-America trash-pop bops on six-track EP Strange Love. Striving for strangeness, the All Time Low x Blink-182 duo’s debut moves away from the original bands’ moulds and modifies music that masterminds contorted rhythms, distorted synths, exuberant harmonisation and punchy hooks, under an electro/pop/rock euphoria.

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