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ALBUM REVIEW: Blessthefall – Hard Feelings

ALBUM REVIEW: Blessthefall – Hard Feelings

Blessthefall return with their sixth full length studio album, and with the critically well received ‘To Those Left Behind’ now firmly in their rear view mirror it is anyone’s guess what approach the metalcore veterans will take on their latest album ‘Hard Feelings’.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Nervus – Everything Dies

ALBUM REVIEW: Nervus – Everything Dies

Nervus are back with their second full length release ‘Everything Dies’. A Powerful, yet wonderfully tuneful journey through alternative rock that engages the listener throughout. This album is Em Foster turning her insightful lyricism away from the introspective subject matter of their previous release and towards the outside world.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Senses Fail – If There Is Light, It Will Find You

ALBUM REVIEW: Senses Fail – If There Is Light, It Will Find You

Post-hardcore mainstays Senses Fail return with their seventh full length effort and are setting out to prove that age and experience always prevail. Following on from the ultra aggressive ‘Renancer’ album and the melodic ‘Pull The Thorns From Your Heart’, the band appear to be aiming to head back to more familiar ground.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Between The Buried And Me – Automata I

ALBUM REVIEW: Between The Buried And Me – Automata I

Progressive metal visionaries Between The Buried And Me are back with a fresh batch of boundary-smashing, genre hopping tracks. This marks the first instalment in a two-part concept album that is set to take both the metal and progressive rock worlds by storm.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Waterparks – Entertainment

ALBUM REVIEW: Waterparks – Entertainment

The lovable scamps in Waterparks return with their second full length album and have the world fully in their sights with their butter-wouldn’t-melt slices of pop rock. The foundations were laid with their debut album ‘Double Dare’ and hopefully the boys will be building upon this with their latest effort, ‘Entertainment’.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Cane Hill – Too Far Gone

ALBUM REVIEW: Cane Hill – Too Far Gone

Cane Hill combine their previously explored Nu Metal sound and blend it with a combination of other musical influences to create a whole new animal for their second full length album. Although it’s not the finished article, this release shows a lot of promise and a massive step in the right direction.

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Album Review: Noija – Colorblind

Album Review: Noija – Colorblind

Almost every band can attest to how important a debut album can be. It can make or break them – especially with new, and often fickle fans. But given by what we’ve seen and heard of the debut album by Swedish alt-rock band Noija, finding new fans and listeners shouldn’t be a problem.

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ALBUM REVIEW: SCHIERMANN – SCHIERMANN

ALBUM REVIEW: SCHIERMANN – SCHIERMANN

Instrumental prog rock is an ever-growing musical world, full of staggering technical ability and songwriting talent. Standing out is becoming harder and harder; to do so is more and more impressive. Enter guitarist Chris Schiermann.

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ALBUM REVIEW: The LaFontaines – Common Problem

ALBUM REVIEW: The LaFontaines – Common Problem

The LaFontaines are back with their new album Common Problem, the follow up to debut full-length Class; and there’s not a problem in sight. Known for their take on some of life’s biggest issues including political dilemmas, the weather and global issues, it has resulted in a relatable album that works significantly in their favour.

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EP REVIEW: Sleep Token – Two

EP REVIEW: Sleep Token – Two

Sleep Token marry ethereal soundscapes and heavy prog metal riffs on this second EP, all in worship to the ancient, long-forgotten god known as ‘Sleep’. It’s weird, but trust us, it sounds great.

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