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ALBUM REVIEW: The Used – Live and Acoustic at the Palace

We all love a live acoustic album & the guys from The Used have not disappointed with their latest release Live and Acoustic at The Palace. Recorded live at The Palace Theatre in LA, the album is a celebration of the band's 15 year anniversary.
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ALBUM REVIEW: Wolfmother – Victorious

There was a point where Wolfmother were thought of as the second coming of the classic 70's rock that is so universally loved. Since their debut album's release in 2006, it seems as though the band have constantly been trying to ride its coattails, trying to emulate its sound and success - unfortunately, it's not always successful.
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EP REVIEW: Story – Hopeless But Hoping

Love a bit of post-hardcore? (we do!) Giving us a taster of their new sophomore EP are new kids on the block, Story. Released on 4th March, their new record, Hopeless But Hoping, promises to not conform to genre and push the boundaries.
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ALBUM REVIEW: The Qemists – Warrior Sound

Brighton based rock and DnB outfit The Qemists are back after a six-year gap with the release of Warrior Sound. In a genre filled with heavyweights of music, do these boys have the warrior spirit to take on these giants?
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ALBUM REVIEW: Lock & Key – Peaceless

Britain certainly has the knack for producing good hardcore. Yet, arguably, our friends across the pond still lead the way in the aggressive sub-genre. Their record for exporting hard-hitters is impeccable, but the British brew has character and distinction. Lock & Key’s debut full-length, Peaceless, shows that we can keep up.
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EP REVIEW: Rory Indiana – Ruling Class Crooks

Last month Brighton rockers Rory Indiana released their sophomore EP Ruling Class Crooks. The band should be very proud of what they have put together: in just four short tracks they manage to get across their sound and love for what they do.
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EP REVIEW: The Colour Line – The Long Awaited Seal of Disapproval

Yorkshire’s technical hardcore outfit The Colour Line have released their eagerly anticipated EP The Long Awaited Seal of Disapproval. The record is 5 frantic tracks with a running time of 14 minutes. Whilst they’ve built a credible reputation with their live performances, this release would suggest they have a lot to offer, but a lot to learn.
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