The Younger are the latest band to emerge from behind the fake tans and glamour of Essex and provide us with an exciting new sound to get our ears around. We checked out their debut EP, If Not Now, Never to see what these boys had to offer.
The young songstress’ debut album has been on the lips of plenty since appearing on a certain Christmas advert, now that it’s here we couldn’t be more impressed with the beautifully crafted full-length.
It’s about time that Ben Marwood stepped out of the shadows of his peers and his latest album Back Down could allow him to do just that. Holding on to his signature folk sound and everyday man lyrics, but with a massive jump in the standards of production, the twelve track effort should see him bumped up to the big leagues of his peers.
The much talked about (postively or otherwise) five-piece come out all guns blazing with an updated sound that impresses but also confuses.
The new Jersey five piece continue their crusade of defending pop punk with another collection of sugary, summery jams that whilst do nothing to push any envelopes or tread any new ground, deliver on their promise of supplying you with some songs to brighten up your summer.
Snow Whites Poison Bite are a horror rock band who hail from Finland. Formed in 2006, Featuring: Dr. Gruesome And The Gruesome Gory Horror Show is the bands second full length album.
After a lengthy period spent writing and recording, Las Vegas quintet Escape The Fate are back with their hotly anticipated fourth full-length album Ungrateful.
After pulling the new Wolves At Bay EP from the teeth of the snarling hound itself, we hide in the corner and contemplate our lucky escape. Apparently, some braggart was the Devil once?
23 years is an incredibly healthy innings for any band, but particularly a band like Cathedral. Plying their trade in the most unfashionable world of doom metal, they have became not only pioneers of the scene, but kept up with contemporaries throughout their career (bar the 5 year hiatus). But all good things must come to an end, and 10 albums appears to have been enough for the midlands doom merchants.