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ALBUM REVIEW: Megadeth – Warheads On Foreheads

ALBUM REVIEW: Megadeth – Warheads On Foreheads

Ahead of the release of their sixteenth studio album this year, Megadeth have taken some time out to celebrate their impressive back catalogue on their 35th anniversary. ‘Warheads On Foreheads’ shows the band choosing 35 of their best tracks (one for each of the year of Megadeth).

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ALBUM REVIEW: La Dispute – Panorama

ALBUM REVIEW: La Dispute – Panorama

Panorama is the latest album from experimental emo band La Dispute, who have celebrated 12 years of genre-refuting music. But is this new album a next step into decay or is this spoken-word Michigan five-peace ageing with grace?

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EP REVIEW: Modern Error – Lost In The Noise

EP REVIEW: Modern Error – Lost In The Noise

Melodic, heavy music ensemble Modern Error’s emergence amongst post-hardcore has marked one of teal-tinged aesthetics and impressive first impressions in the industry. Debut EP Lost In The Noise is a three-part themed project, divided by the eight tracks that delve into a psychological rollercoaster of toxicity, desolation and self-separation from society.

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Royal – Deathwatch

ALBUM REVIEW: The Royal – Deathwatch

The Royal are a metalcore band from the Netherlands who, on their third full length album, are looking to break through in their busy scene. Have they been able to rise above the crowds with ‘Deathwatch’?

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EP REVIEW: Former Wrestlers – Champion of the World

EP REVIEW: Former Wrestlers – Champion of the World

In singles action weighing in at one member is Derya ‘Dez’ Nagle’s multi-instrumental project Former Wrestlers. This EP promises sharp production, complex musicianship and originality, but will it survive the three-count?

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ALBUM REVIEW: Children Of Bodom – Hexed

ALBUM REVIEW: Children Of Bodom – Hexed

After a four year break, Finnish pioneers of melodic death metal Children Of Bodom, who have eleven albums in their discography including two live records, surprised fans with the news of a vital record, ‘Hexed’. The follow-up to 2015’s ‘I Worship Chaos’, the album is a testament to the fact that they still have some gas left in the tank.

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EP REVIEW: The Bouncing Souls – Crucial Moments

EP REVIEW: The Bouncing Souls – Crucial Moments

Thirty years down a musical road, which has taken The Bouncing Souls from a small town in New Jersey to the earphones and playlists of music lovers the world over, the punk veterans show no signs of fatigue, no flakes of rust and absolutely no intention of turning down the volume.

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EP REVIEW: Black Coast – Ill Minds Vol 2

EP REVIEW: Black Coast – Ill Minds Vol 2

Metal/hardcore five-piece Black Coast bring an intensely spirited sound to their recent release. ‘Ill Minds Vol 2′ is the fiery follow up to 2018’s ‘Ill Minds Vol 1′, an explosive EP that ignites hard-hitting harmonies and hardcore punk influences, all the while integrating instrumentals inspired by Canadian collective Counterparts and US metallers Beartooth.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Idiot Pilot – Blue Blood

ALBUM REVIEW: Idiot Pilot – Blue Blood

Idiot Pilot, the Washington alternative rock duo, has been gone for 12 years. As 2019 gets well underway they are miraculously back with their third studio album, Blue Blood; but is this a royal return or should this band have been left in the past?

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Raven Age – Conspiracy

ALBUM REVIEW: The Raven Age – Conspiracy

The Raven Age have returned with their sophomore record, ‘Conspiracy’. With this record, they carry the metalcore torch ignited by the likes of Bullet For My Valentine and Killswitch Engage forward, and showcase the UK’s talent.

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