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ALBUM REVIEW: The Voynich Code – Aqua Vitae

ALBUM REVIEW: The Voynich Code – Aqua Vitae

Portuguese outfit The Voynich Code have been prowling the deathcore scene with their tech/prog infused recipe for filth ridden riffs for a while now, gaining highlights such as performing at UK Tech Fest in 2015. Now, they finally present their highly anticipated debut record Aqua Vitae.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Mastodon – Emperor of Sand

ALBUM REVIEW: Mastodon – Emperor of Sand

Over the last 15 years, Atlantan progressive metal band Mastodon have released some of the most important heavy music albums of the 21st century. They’ve been a band beloved in all factions of metal fandom, a gateway for some, and always an innovator. Does their latest album, ‘Emperor Of Sand’ live up to their previous efforts? Here’s what we thought…

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ALBUM REVIEW: Hieroglyph – Ouroboros

ALBUM REVIEW: Hieroglyph – Ouroboros

Hailing from Leeds and London, Hieroglyph are a progressive technical metal six piece who have managed to catch a lot of attention throughout their rise, even nabbing a main stage slot at the established UK Tech-Fest 2015. After much effort spent behind the scenes, the band have finally released their highly anticipated debut album Ouroboros, […]

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LIVE REVIEW: The Fall of Troy, Tiny Moving Parts, Terrible Love, Cathouse Rock Club, Glasgow, 11/09/2016

LIVE REVIEW: The Fall of Troy, Tiny Moving Parts, Terrible Love, Cathouse Rock Club, Glasgow, 11/09/2016

The Fall of Troy triumphantly return to Glasgow for the first time since reuniting (although they played Edinburgh last year), armed with a new album’s worth of material. Playing at the Cathouse, they are supported by melodic hardcore outfit Terrible Love, and emo group Tiny Moving Parts.

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MUSIC INTERVIEW: Schemata Theory

MUSIC INTERVIEW: Schemata Theory

Spectating the Tech-Fest weekend were music fans and musicians alike, and one such band we were introduced to were Schemata Theory. We managed to sit down with them for a few words about the band and their new EP.

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MUSIC INTERVIEW: Between the Buried and Me

MUSIC INTERVIEW: Between the Buried and Me

The very last day of UK Tech-Fest 2016 marks the first visit for headliners Between The Buried And Me. We caught up with bassist Dan Briggs for some thoughts and feelings on the festival, as well as some words about the band’s latest release, Coma Ecliptic.

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MUSIC FEATURE: The Fall of Troy Are Here To Stay – Happier And More Motivated Than Ever Before

MUSIC FEATURE: The Fall of Troy Are Here To Stay – Happier And More Motivated Than Ever Before

After a three-year hiatus and a seven year gap between albums, The Fall of Troy have returned with their new album, OK, released for free – and independently – on the band’s website. We spoke to lead vocalist and guitarist Thomas Erak and drummer Andrew Forsman about the release of OK and the events surrounding its recording.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Architects – All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us

ALBUM REVIEW: Architects – All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us

Brighton’s Architects are one of modern metal’s most reliable and consistent acts. Back with their highly anticipated album ‘All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us’ they may have returned with a familiar sound; but have they taken it to the next level?

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ALBUM REVIEW: Black Peaks – Statues

ALBUM REVIEW: Black Peaks – Statues

Black Peaks are one of the most interesting bands in post-hardcore and metal music today, and Statues is a whirlwind of different styles within and without heavy music. It will subvert any opinions one may have that heavy music has become stale, and reassure audiences that an interesting, intense, incredible band can still attain a degree of mainstream recognition in the digital age.

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