Hatebreed Live At The Camden Underworld Review

Hatebreed can only be described as one of the best bands of our day and the boys were out in force celebrating two enormous decades together, with this in mind… Read more »

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Angels & Airwaves – The Dream Walker Review

Forget every preconceived opinion you’ve ever had regarding the band Angels & Airwaves. In 2006, Tom DeLonge’s post-Blink 182 brain child was a different matter. When DeLonge spoke, the public… Read more »

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Yellowcard – Lift a Sail – Album Review

Before heading into Lift a Sail, the gargantuan 9th studio record from Yellowcard, try your hardest to forget everything you thought you knew about the US pop-punk group. Gone are… Read more »

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Pennywise – Yesterdays Album Review

Pennywise – Yesterdays. It’s true what they say, you just can’t beat the old school. In 2014 punk rock means something different to what it meant in the 80’s and… Read more »

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Letlive Slam Dunk South Review and Photos

Jason Butler is possibly one of the most entertaining, all be it slightly crazy, front men around at the moment. Starting off with the aggressive ’27 Club’ and climbing all… Read more »

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Kids In Glass Houses Slam Dunk South Review and Photos

Two words. Smart Casual. An absolutely iconic album from the South Wales rockers Kids In Glass Houses. Playing their debut album in full, at what is their last Slam Dunk… Read more »

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Motion City Soundtrack – Slam Dunk South Review

Motion City Soundtrack hit the stage, armed with a collection of alternative pop punk anthems, perfect for a sunny day at Slam Dunk Festival. They kick off their set with… Read more »

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Blitz Kids Slam Dunk South Review with Photos

   British rockers Blitz Kids kick off the day with a short but sweet set made up mostly of their most recent album ‘The Good Youth’. They start the set… Read more »

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Fort Hope: Beginnings: EP Review.

Rock band Fort Hope have made an EP called Beginnings which is exhilarating. The vocalisation and the fundamental riffs are beautifully placed together like a two piece love heart. The act… Read more »

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