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ALBUM REVIEW: Mozes and the Firstborn – Dadcore

ALBUM REVIEW: Mozes and the Firstborn – Dadcore

Mozes and the Firstborn are proving that grunge isn’t only rife in the Pacific Northwest. Hailing from The Netherlands, this quartet is throwing their sound into the ring with sleazy power-pop guitars and emotive vocals. The band aren’t aiming to re-write the rule book, but they are a strong presence in our new era of grunge. ‘Dadcore’ is the band’s third album released through the independent label, Burger Records.

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ALBUM REVIEW: A Pale Horse Named Death – When The World Becomes Undone

ALBUM REVIEW: A Pale Horse Named Death – When The World Becomes Undone

The merchants of misery known as A Pale Horse Named Death are back with their third full length album ‘When The World Becomes Undone’ and are looking to pick up exactly where they left off with their previous effort.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Palisades – Erase The Pain

ALBUM REVIEW: Palisades – Erase The Pain

New Jersey quintet Palisades have released their new album Erase The Pain via Rise Records. Releasing right at the end of 2018 – a time when people can overlook new releases – could be tricky territory, so this needed to be something special to capture the attention of music lovers. Here’s what we thought of the band’s latest record!

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EP REVIEW: Tomorrow Is Lost – The Shadowman

EP REVIEW: Tomorrow Is Lost – The Shadowman

Newcastle quintet Tomorrow Is Lost have released their debut EP, ‘The Shadowman’. Having spent the last two years relentlessly playing shows and building up a fanbase, the lead up to the debut has been nothing but incredible and worth the wait.

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EP REVIEW: William Ryan Key – Virtue

EP REVIEW: William Ryan Key – Virtue

Back in May 2018, William Ryan Key released his debut EP Thirteen and just six months on he’s back with follow up EP Virtue. The former Yellowcard frontman has put his heart on his sleeve during the release, full of every feeling from euphoric happiness to crushing sadness. We had a listen to the EP and here’s what we thought of the six tracks.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Can’t Swim – This Too Won’t Pass

ALBUM REVIEW: Can’t Swim – This Too Won’t Pass

Can’t Swim have released their second album ‘This Too Won’t Pass’ through Pure Noise Records and the overall theme of the album appears to be a combination of pop-punk with a healthy dose of emo. There’s the weird theory that second albums are tricky ones, but we have high hopes that Can’t Swim are going to prove this wrong.

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ALBUM REVIEW: For I Am King – I

ALBUM REVIEW: For I Am King – I

Dutch metallers For I Am King return with their sophomore effort ‘I’, and are looking to build upon the strong foundation created on their debut release ‘Daemons’.

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LIVE REVIEW: You Me At Six, Barrowlands Ballroom,  Glasgow, 27/11/2018 & 28/11/2018

LIVE REVIEW: You Me At Six, Barrowlands Ballroom, Glasgow, 27/11/2018 & 28/11/2018

Anniversary tours aren’t always a sign of a tire band in need of reviving. Sometimes it’s just a celebration of music that connects people in a way that nothing else really can. You Me At Six are one of the bands celebrating, and across two nights the band deliver slick and professional sets.

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ALBUM REVIEW: itoldyouiwouldeatyou – Oh Dearism

ALBUM REVIEW: itoldyouiwouldeatyou – Oh Dearism

Following on from the success of their two previous EP releases, itoldyouiwouldeatyou have penned their debut full length ‘Oh Dearism’ and look set to take the world by storm in the very near future.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Black Peaks – All That Divides

ALBUM REVIEW: Black Peaks – All That Divides

When Deftones dropped ‘Around the Fur’ the expectation was the next record would embrace the bounce and dance floors of rock clubs everywhere. On ‘White Pony’ they defied all expectations by taking their sound in wild, beautifully textured and unexpected directions. This isn’t to say that ‘All That Divides’ is Black Peaks’ ‘White Pony’, but it suggests that the band aren’t far off their own seminal record.

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