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ALBUM REVIEW: Parkway Drive – Reverence

ALBUM REVIEW: Parkway Drive – Reverence

The boys from Byron Bay return with their sixth full length studio full-length ‘Reverence’, and have prepared an album that moves them even further away from their humble metalcore beginnings than their previous outing ‘Ire’.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Cancer Bats – The Spark That Moves

ALBUM REVIEW: Cancer Bats – The Spark That Moves

Cancer Bats have always been known for doing things outside of the box and they’ve done just that by dropping their brand new album The Spark That Moves without prior warning, surprising fans across the globe with the follow up to 2015’s Searching For Zero. With another remarkable album under their belts, it’s awesome to see Cancer Bats are back and doing things exactly the way they want.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Palm Reader – Braille

ALBUM REVIEW: Palm Reader – Braille

The workhorses that are Palm Reader are back with their third full length album, looking to build upon the already firm foundations that they have
made from themselves in British heavy music. ‘Braille’ looks to be the perfect record for a metal/hardcore fan who is looking for something with
a little more depth and thought involved, and Palm Reader have more of that than most of the other acts in the game right now.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Press To MECO – Here’s To The Fatigue

ALBUM REVIEW: Press To MECO – Here’s To The Fatigue

Following on from their 2015 debut album Good Intent, Press To Meco have returned with follow up album Here’s To The Fatigue. With a bigger sound, more experience under their belt and the media attention they deserve this 11 track release is going to keep the successes heading their way.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Blessthefall – Hard Feelings

ALBUM REVIEW: Blessthefall – Hard Feelings

Blessthefall return with their sixth full length studio album, and with the critically well received ‘To Those Left Behind’ now firmly in their rear view mirror it is anyone’s guess what approach the metalcore veterans will take on their latest album ‘Hard Feelings’.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Nervus – Everything Dies

ALBUM REVIEW: Nervus – Everything Dies

Nervus are back with their second full length release ‘Everything Dies’. A Powerful, yet wonderfully tuneful journey through alternative rock that engages the listener throughout. This album is Em Foster turning her insightful lyricism away from the introspective subject matter of their previous release and towards the outside world.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Senses Fail – If There Is Light, It Will Find You

ALBUM REVIEW: Senses Fail – If There Is Light, It Will Find You

Post-hardcore mainstays Senses Fail return with their seventh full length effort and are setting out to prove that age and experience always prevail. Following on from the ultra aggressive ‘Renancer’ album and the melodic ‘Pull The Thorns From Your Heart’, the band appear to be aiming to head back to more familiar ground.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Between The Buried And Me – Automata I

ALBUM REVIEW: Between The Buried And Me – Automata I

Progressive metal visionaries Between The Buried And Me are back with a fresh batch of boundary-smashing, genre hopping tracks. This marks the first instalment in a two-part concept album that is set to take both the metal and progressive rock worlds by storm.

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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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