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ALBUM REVIEW: Bellevue Days – It Can’t Possibly Go Wrong Ever

ALBUM REVIEW: Bellevue Days – It Can’t Possibly Go Wrong Ever

After years of touring, Croydon rockers Bellevue Days have finally arrived with their debut LP, but can they transcend these astute observations of the demise of the world to create a record that also rocks hard?

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EP REVIEW: Cutting Teeth – Fracture / Decompose

EP REVIEW: Cutting Teeth – Fracture / Decompose

Cutting Teeth have gradually been moving the American dominated metalcore sound forward, could this be the release that cements both them and the UK?

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EP REVIEW: Simple Creatures – Everything Opposite

EP REVIEW: Simple Creatures – Everything Opposite

The second wave of Simple Creatures EP’s has arrived in the fun-filled form of ‘Everything Opposite’. Ready and raring to release new material a mere six months down the line, the supergroup sees Alex Gaskarth and Mark Hoppus, originally of All Time Low and Blink-182 fame, taking the synth-pop sounds of ‘Everything Opposite’ to an extent that stretches to super strange spaces.

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EP REVIEW: MSRY – Loss

EP REVIEW: MSRY – Loss

Last year Oxford’s MSRY released the EP ‘Safety First’ to critical acclaim, will following this up with latest offering ‘Loss’ push the band closer to the plaudits they have gained for their chaotic live performances?

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ALBUM REVIEW: Jimmy Eat World – Surviving

ALBUM REVIEW: Jimmy Eat World – Surviving

Emo titans Jimmy Eat World return with their 10th album. They keep on trucking, but do the creative juices continue to flow for Mesa, Arizona’s famous sons?

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EP REVIEW: Can’t Swim – Foreign Language

EP REVIEW: Can’t Swim – Foreign Language

There’s a vast number of things Can’t Swim are accomplished at, but if you absolutely had to single one out, it would be their seemingly effortless ability to add groove to every song they write. It’s not just melody, a hook or a catchy riff either, it’s a little bit of magic that takes it far beyond something that’s simply pleasing to listen to.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Gideon – Out Of Control

ALBUM REVIEW: Gideon – Out Of Control

Alabama hardcore quartet Gideon decide to party like its 1999, with a new album that goes for a paddle in the nu-metal end of the musical swimming pool. Does this new direction herald bigger things for the band?

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ALBUM REVIEW: Blink-182 – NINE

ALBUM REVIEW: Blink-182 – NINE

Pop-punk powerhouses Blink-182 balance high energy, hook-worthy sounds and deep, dark, mature tones on latest release ‘NINE’. The album sees Matt Skiba triumphantly return for a second run, serving up some serious vocal prowess, whilst Hoppus honestly deals with dark subject matters and Barker brings heap loads of heavy, percussive drive to NINE’s fifteen tracks.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Being As An Ocean – Proxy: An A.N.I.M.O Story

ALBUM REVIEW: Being As An Ocean – Proxy: An A.N.I.M.O Story

Being As An Ocean are back with their fifth studio album ‘Proxy: An A.N.I.M.O Story’ and are looking to get back on track, after the creative misstep of previous album ‘Waiting For The Morning To Come’.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Sleeping With Sirens – How It Feels To Be Lost

ALBUM REVIEW: Sleeping With Sirens – How It Feels To Be Lost

Ready and raring to return to their heavy roots, it seems Sleeping With Sirens have stamped in the face of an ambush of adversities. From the turmoil of a major label signing to tackling inner troubles, this was the fuel needed to fire up the birth of the band’s sixth studio album ‘How It Feels to Be Lost’. Their most daring endeavour to date, the Sumerian Records release sees Sirens striving to showcase relentless instrumentals, screamed vocals and a raging sense of honesty.

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