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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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ALBUM REVIEW: High On Fire – Electric Messiah

ALBUM REVIEW: High On Fire – Electric Messiah

High On Fire are back with their first new album in three years and look set to put the rest of the metal world on notice. With the band hitting our shores later in the month it is imperative that this album strikes a chord with their fans over here. Have they done enough?

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Black Queen – Infinite Games

ALBUM REVIEW: The Black Queen – Infinite Games

The Black Queen’s debut, ‘Fever Daydream’, was one of the unexpected highlights of 2016. Nobody expected the vocalist of Dillinger Escape Plan, the mastermind behind Telefon Tel Aviv and their friend Steven Alexander to turn in a sultry, danceable and engrossing electronic record bursting with floor fillers. But they did. Now in 2018, the band return with their latest offering ‘Infinite Games’ and much like their debut, this record deserves your attention.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Calm For The Restless – Finish What You Started

ALBUM REVIEW: Calm For The Restless – Finish What You Started

Following on from the release of two EPs, and eleven years since they formed the band, Calm For The Restless have released their debut album ‘Finish What You Started’. Here’s what we thought of the band’s first full-length…

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ALBUM REVIEW: Deicide – Overtures Of Blasphemy

ALBUM REVIEW: Deicide – Overtures Of Blasphemy

Deicide return with ‘Overtures Of Blasphemy’, their first full length album in five years, and look to build upon their already legendary status within the world of death metal.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Skyharbor – Sunshine Dust

ALBUM REVIEW: Skyharbor – Sunshine Dust

Skyharbor are back with some new faces and a new lease of life. They return with their latest offering ‘Sunshine Dust’ with the aim to carry on with the same momentum that they have accrued on their previous releases.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Alkaline Trio – Is This Thing Cursed?

ALBUM REVIEW: Alkaline Trio – Is This Thing Cursed?

Five years down the line from the release of ‘My Shame Is True’, Alkaline Trio are back with their highly anticipated ninth studio album ‘Is This Thing Cursed?’. The big question is, what musical direction have the band decided to take after such an absence?

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ALBUM REVIEW: With Confidence – Love And Loathing

ALBUM REVIEW: With Confidence – Love And Loathing

It’s been two years since Australian pop-punk outfit With Confidence released their debut album Better Weather. In that time they’ve gone away, had a line-up reshuffle and come back stronger than ever with new album Love & Loathing.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Foxing – Nearer My God

ALBUM REVIEW: Foxing – Nearer My God

Foxing are back with their third full length album ‘Nearer My God’, looking to build upon the success that they garnered with their previous release ‘Dealer’ and continue their creative growth.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Halestorm – Vicious

ALBUM REVIEW: Halestorm – Vicious

After a three year wait Halestorm are back with their fourth studio album Vicious. Sure, they released a covers album in the form of their Reanimate 3.0 in 2017, but nothing compares to a new release with fresh material – and once again, the quartet do not disappoint!

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