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ALBUM REVIEW: Whitechapel – The Valley

ALBUM REVIEW: Whitechapel – The Valley

With ‘The Valley’, Whitechapel have built upon their delving into melodic territories in ‘Mark of the Blade’, and refined it to bring a more natural, determined sound. An emotional, self-exploratory record which is their most ambitious yet, and amongst their strongest.

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EP REVIEW: High Rise – Endeavours

EP REVIEW: High Rise – Endeavours

Forming through their mutual love of hardcore, London’s High Rise return with their new EP ‘Endeavours’. Three years on from their record ‘Left It For Everything’, the five-piece are back and as strong as ever.

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ALBUM REVIEW: UNKLE – The Road: Part II / Lost Highway

ALBUM REVIEW: UNKLE – The Road: Part II / Lost Highway

James Lavelle’s UNKLE returns with the anticipated follow-up album The Road: Part II / Lost Highway. Despite promising what we have come to expect from Lavelle, a host of well-known names, does this massive mixtape loose itself in its size?

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Maine – You Are Ok

ALBUM REVIEW: The Maine – You Are Ok

The Maine prove that they are a pop rock band with emo still in their hearts in new album ‘You Are Ok’. The independent Arizona band still write lyrics that pull on their listeners heartstrings, as they write an album about love and being saved from the hardships of life.

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EP REVIEW: The Xcerts – Wildheart Dreaming

EP REVIEW: The Xcerts – Wildheart Dreaming

Following on from a successful album cycle for ‘Hold On To Your Heart’ The Xcerts have released their ‘Wildheart Dreaming’ EP, featuring four tracks which didn’t make the cut for the main release.

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EP REVIEW: Parting Gift – Ensom

EP REVIEW: Parting Gift – Ensom

Within just two years of forming, Manchester quartet Parting Gift have inked a deal with Fearless Records and racked up a very diverse set of strong support slots. Does their new EP ‘Ensom’ justify the investment and attention?

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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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