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ALBUM REVIEW: Lord Dying – Mysterium Tremendum

ALBUM REVIEW: Lord Dying – Mysterium Tremendum

Lord Dying are back with their third full length release ‘Mysterium Tremendum’, an album that sees the band searching for solace in their art following the untimely passing of guitarist Chris Evans’ sister.

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Damned Things – High Crimes

ALBUM REVIEW: The Damned Things – High Crimes

Reforming, returning and reigniting a music industry revival, The Damned Things release their second studio album ‘High Crimes’ via Nuclear Blast Records. The follow-up to first full-length debut ‘Ironiclast’, ‘High Crimes’ results in a record relishing in each individual member’s essence, erupting in an energetic sonic dynamism.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Beezewax – Peace Jazz

ALBUM REVIEW: Beezewax – Peace Jazz

Norwegian indie rock band Beezewax are back after five years with new album ‘Peace Jazz’, an exploration of their own live sound that takes a contemplative look on their past few years on the road.

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EP REVIEW: SPQR – Low Sun Long Shadows

EP REVIEW: SPQR – Low Sun Long Shadows

2015’s BBC Introducing upcoming band of the year, SPQR are here with their new heartfelt art-rock EP, ‘Low Sun Long Shadows’. Short and to the point, this EP reaffirms the band’s talent within the post-punk realms and leaves you scratching for more.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Nine Shrines – Retribution Therapy

ALBUM REVIEW: Nine Shrines – Retribution Therapy

Ohio rockers Nine Shrines’ spirited intent to dominate the rock realm pursues in their latest record ‘Retribution Therapy’, broadly blending between the extremities of metalcore and euphonious melodic songwriting. Surfacing in the music scene in 2014, the Cleveland cohort is derived of members from nostalgic noughties alternative artists Attack Attack!, Downplay, Life on Repeat and Strangers to Wolves, arising as the new Nine Shrines moniker. Now, the band are stepping out with repressed angst, articulated in their ruthlessly incendiary new record.

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ALBUM REVIEW: After The Burial – Evergreen

ALBUM REVIEW: After The Burial – Evergreen

It can be very easy once you’ve been a band for a while to basically phone it in, play some 7/10 tracks and just do the bare minimum to please your base audience and keep the ticket sales flowing. After The Burial have not done this. Their new album ‘Evergreen’ is an absolute must listen for anyone who likes their metal technically accomplished.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Polar – Nova

ALBUM REVIEW: Polar – Nova

Veteran hardcore stars Polar return with ‘Nova’, their fourth full length, and by their own account, most personal work to date. A newfound maturity and experimentation sees the band build on their last effort with mixed results.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Free Throw – What’s Past Is Prologue

ALBUM REVIEW: Free Throw – What’s Past Is Prologue

With two albums and over seven years under their belt, Free Throw’s third album sees them at their most honest. Is honesty the best policy?

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EP REVIEW: The Lounge Kittens – Have Another…

EP REVIEW: The Lounge Kittens – Have Another…

Southampton based trio The Lounge Kittens are back with their 2nd EP ‘Have Another…’ and once again, thanks to crowdfunding, have done it without the help of a major record label.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Scream Blue Murder – Rock Bottom

ALBUM REVIEW: Scream Blue Murder – Rock Bottom

Scream Blue Murder create an emotional landscape exploring love, loss, and more in ‘Rock Bottom’. With atmospherics, catchy live-oriented choruses, and an overall heavier sound than in their debut, the record shows refinement, growth, and promise for this Coventry-based outfit.

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