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ALBUM REVIEW: Birth of Joy – Get Well

Ten years down the line from the band’s inception, Dutch psych giants Birth of Joy are back with the release of their 4th studio album Get Well. The early 60s, late 70s psychedelic influences fused with rock and roll has resulted in a 10 track LP that is a breath of fresh air in 2016.
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EP REVIEW: Best of Enemies – Sorry State

Croydon four piece Best of Enemies released their second EP Sorry State on May 5th. The four track EP runs for approximately 15 minutes and wears the influences of the quartet on its sleeve proudly.
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EP REVIEW: Sad Blood – Legion of Gloom

Sad Blood are back at it again with the puns in their latest EP Legion of Gloom. Following on from their last three-song release Ultimate Worriers in August (both are nods to Professional Wrestling), this latest effort is a great continuation of the wrestling madness and misery that this band seems to love.
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ALBUM REVIEW: Max Raptor – Max Raptor

Max Raptor have been working super hard in the past months, releasing their Damage Appreciation EP in November it was swiftly followed by their self-titled full length. The punk quartet has gathered a solid fan base thanks to their brutally honest lyrics and fiery live shows, this release definitely didn’t let those fans down.
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ALBUM REVIEW: From Ashes to New – Day One

American rockers From Ashes to New have recently released their first full record, Day One. At only 36 minutes, is there enough content to give listeners an idea of what the guys can offer or will we have to wait for more content further down the line?
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EP REVIEW: Once Upon a Dead Man – Concepts and Phenomena

Is there anything the Simpson brothers can't do? Free from record labels and any significant levels of expectation, Once Upon a Dead Man have produced an EP that shows they don't just work with guitars, and adds another string to their bows. As if they needed any more.
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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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