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ALBUM REVIEW: Zebrahead – Brain Invaders

ALBUM REVIEW: Zebrahead – Brain Invaders

Zebrahead has an impressive repertoire, and their 13th studio album ‘Brain Invaders’ makes no exceptions. After nearly two decades of music, the band are still surprising fans with their genre-bending sound. Zebrahead are as fresh as ever and ‘Brain Invaders’ is proving skate-punk is still alive and breathing.

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EP REVIEW: Our Nameless Boy – Tomorrow I’ll Be Scared Again

EP REVIEW: Our Nameless Boy – Tomorrow I’ll Be Scared Again

The Bristol lads are back. Our Nameless Boy have released their new EP ‘Tomorrow I’ll Be Scared Again’ through Beth Shalom Records, and we are excited as ever to see them in action.

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ALBUM REVIEW: While She Sleeps – SO WHAT?

ALBUM REVIEW: While She Sleeps – SO WHAT?

A band hellbent for the best part of a decade on mastering their craft and redefining modern metalcore, While She Sleeps have strived to make every album like it will be their last parting project. Now, the band are dropping ‘SO WHAT?’ via the Sleep Brothers and Spinefarm imprints ahead of their All Points East and 2000trees festival appearances. Here’s what we thought of their latest effort!

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ALBUM REVIEW: In Flames – I, The Mask

ALBUM REVIEW: In Flames – I, The Mask

Melodic death metal quartet In Flames rose up in the early 90’s and have since been responsible for major changes in Swedish death metal, giving breath to it’s routes, affecting it’s entirety for almost thirty years. Now they’re back again with their thirteenth record to date, ‘I, The Mask’, the follow up to 2016’s full-length ‘Battles’.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Pkew Pkew Pkew – Optimal Lifestyles

ALBUM REVIEW: Pkew Pkew Pkew – Optimal Lifestyles

With a name that passes the Marie Kondo ‘does it spark joy’ test every time you say it aloud, does the rest of Pkew Pkew Pkew’s sophomore album ‘Optimal Lifestyles’ also spark joy?

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ALBUM REVIEW: Shadows Like Strangers – Cali

ALBUM REVIEW: Shadows Like Strangers – Cali

With airtime on BBC Nottingham, supporting the likes of Lacey and releasing a debut album, it’s safe to say that Shadows Like Strangers have had a cracking 2018/19. We’ve had a chance to take a listen to ‘Cali’ – does it have those feel good Californian vibes? We think it has that, and more!

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ALBUM REVIEW: Mantra – Dreamland

ALBUM REVIEW: Mantra – Dreamland

Mantra, a London based trio formed in 2016, are latest in the queue of alternative rockers. This year marks the release of their debut album Dreamland, out now via Dine Alone Records, which was recorded with producer Tom Dalgety to intensify their explosive sonic prowess.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Badflower – OK, I’M SICK

ALBUM REVIEW: Badflower – OK, I’M SICK

Today Badflower have released their debut album ‘OK, I’M SICK’, which is a music rollercoaster of emotion. The quartet might not have anything to prove with their debut, but they do prove they desire your attention and here’s why.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Blood Youth – Starve

ALBUM REVIEW: Blood Youth – Starve

There’s been a lot of excitement surrounding Blood Youth in the run up to the release of their new album ‘Starve’, and we can see why. Even though the band haven’t left their roots and still have their ‘old-school’ vibe, there is so much more depth to their new material. Here’s what we thought of their latest effort.

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EP REVIEW: The Sunday Sadness – The Sunday Sadness

EP REVIEW: The Sunday Sadness – The Sunday Sadness

The Sunday Sadness are putting Bordeaux, France firmly on the musical map. Their self-titled debut EP introduces fans to their quirky, dark-pop sound, which also incorporates elements of rap. Touching upon many emotions from sadness to love, relationships and ambition, there are plenty of feelings in the EP that we can relate to. Read on to find out what we thought about this intriguing release…

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