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ALBUM REVIEW: Polaris – The Death Of Me

ALBUM REVIEW: Polaris – The Death Of Me

Australian progressive metalcore act Polaris return with the sophomore effort ‘The Death Of Me’ and are looking to dethrone Parkway Drive at the summit of the genre. With this release, they may well be armed enough to do so.

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Amity Affliction – Everyone Loves You… Once You Leave Them

ALBUM REVIEW: The Amity Affliction – Everyone Loves You… Once You Leave Them

After experimenting with electronic sounds on their last album, 2018’s ‘Misery’, The Amity Affliction return to their metalcore roots with their latest release, ‘Everyone Loves You… Once You Leave Them’. But will it be enough for those fans who have become disillusioned with the Australian band?

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MUSIC FEATURE: Behind The Noise – The By Gods

MUSIC FEATURE: Behind The Noise – The By Gods

Featuring eleven tracks that were born from guitarist/vocalist George Pauly’s trauma both during and after the mass shooting at Las Vegas’ Route 91 Festival, ‘GOLDY’ is The By Gods’ most vulnerable and expansive work to date. Pushing themselves out of their comfort zones on their fifth album, we sat down with Pauly to delve into their latest single ‘Try So Hard’.

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ALBUM REVIEW: VASA – Heroics

ALBUM REVIEW: VASA – Heroics

VASA are finally back with ‘Heroics’, the follow-up to their widely-acclaimed debut ‘Colours’ and their first album in five years. But will it live up to the hype of their debut, which was widely regarded as seminal, and an instant classic in the post-rock genre, or crumble under the pressure?

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ALBUM REVIEW: Biff Byford – School of Hard Knocks

ALBUM REVIEW: Biff Byford – School of Hard Knocks

Legendary Saxon frontman Biff Byford reflects on his life in Northern England and many other aspects on his strong debut solo album, ‘School of Hard Knocks’.

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ALBUM REVIEW: PENGSHUi – PENGSHUi

ALBUM REVIEW: PENGSHUi – PENGSHUi

It’d be churlish to already earmark an album of the year candidate already, but with a rich blend of punk, grime, distorted synth and outright aggression, PENGSHUi’s self titled debut full-length attacks from start to finish, with quality oozing from every pore.

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ALBUM REVIEW: DBOY – New Records In Human Power

ALBUM REVIEW: DBOY – New Records In Human Power

If you want to get your week off to a ferocious start should you pop on a bit of DBOY? Absolutely, if you are looking for something anti-fascist, hyper sexual and ultimately very clever.

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EP REVIEW: Ihsahn – Telemark

EP REVIEW: Ihsahn – Telemark

Ihsahn is a man who refuses to stand still, currently releasing solo records at a rate that could match Devin Townsend himself. So far he has mastered a vast majority of different genres on his musical travels and now with his ‘Telemark’ EP he returns to his black metal roots.

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Deadnotes – Courage

ALBUM REVIEW: The Deadnotes – Courage

Back with the follow-up to 2016’s ‘I’ll Kiss The Fear Out Of Your Face’, German indie punks The Deadnotes bring you another serving of their sound with ‘Courage’.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Loathe – I Let It In And It Took Everything

ALBUM REVIEW: Loathe – I Let It In And It Took Everything

Loathe are a band that are looking to take the steps required to put their head above the crowded and frankly oversaturated metalcore/hardcore scene. With their latest album, ‘I Let It In And It Took Everything’, they look to be
properly armed and equipped to do just that.

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