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ALBUM REVIEW: Waterparks – Entertainment

ALBUM REVIEW: Waterparks – Entertainment

The lovable scamps in Waterparks return with their second full length album and have the world fully in their sights with their butter-wouldn’t-melt slices of pop rock. The foundations were laid with their debut album ‘Double Dare’ and hopefully the boys will be building upon this with their latest effort, ‘Entertainment’.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Cane Hill – Too Far Gone

ALBUM REVIEW: Cane Hill – Too Far Gone

Cane Hill combine their previously explored Nu Metal sound and blend it with a combination of other musical influences to create a whole new animal for their second full length album. Although it’s not the finished article, this release shows a lot of promise and a massive step in the right direction.

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Album Review: Noija – Colorblind

Album Review: Noija – Colorblind

Almost every band can attest to how important a debut album can be. It can make or break them – especially with new, and often fickle fans. But given by what we’ve seen and heard of the debut album by Swedish alt-rock band Noija, finding new fans and listeners shouldn’t be a problem.

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ALBUM REVIEW: SCHIERMANN – SCHIERMANN

ALBUM REVIEW: SCHIERMANN – SCHIERMANN

Instrumental prog rock is an ever-growing musical world, full of staggering technical ability and songwriting talent. Standing out is becoming harder and harder; to do so is more and more impressive. Enter guitarist Chris Schiermann.

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ALBUM REVIEW: The LaFontaines – Common Problem

ALBUM REVIEW: The LaFontaines – Common Problem

The LaFontaines are back with their new album Common Problem, the follow up to debut full-length Class; and there’s not a problem in sight. Known for their take on some of life’s biggest issues including political dilemmas, the weather and global issues, it has resulted in a relatable album that works significantly in their favour.

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EP REVIEW: Sleep Token – Two

EP REVIEW: Sleep Token – Two

Sleep Token marry ethereal soundscapes and heavy prog metal riffs on this second EP, all in worship to the ancient, long-forgotten god known as ‘Sleep’. It’s weird, but trust us, it sounds great.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Royal Blood – How Did We Get So Dark?

ALBUM REVIEW: Royal Blood – How Did We Get So Dark?

When you have a formula as simple as Royal Blood, how do you keep it fresh without ruining your whole sound? On their second album the Brighton duo came up with a simple answer – don’t do anything at all.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Rise Against – Wolves

ALBUM REVIEW: Rise Against – Wolves

Wolves is exactly what a good Rise Against album should be, there’s meaning behind a lot of the tracks and they’re catchy enough that you’ll start singing along after a few listens.

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Voynich Code – Aqua Vitae

ALBUM REVIEW: The Voynich Code – Aqua Vitae

Portuguese outfit The Voynich Code have been prowling the deathcore scene with their tech/prog infused recipe for filth ridden riffs for a while now, gaining highlights such as performing at UK Tech Fest in 2015. Now, they finally present their highly anticipated debut record Aqua Vitae.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Fuzzystar – Telegraphing

ALBUM REVIEW: Fuzzystar – Telegraphing

Duality in music is something that’s often difficult to pull off subtly; Fuzzystar, the Edinburgh-based alternative rock project of Andy Thomson manages this by not attempting any grand, genre-defining combination of styles on their debut album, Telegraphing, but by simply infecting the project’s sound with various influences and conveying differing emotional states.

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