Hey Vanity: Blindfolds: Mini Album Review.

Chelmsford band Hey Vanity embrace pop rock with their fresh new mini album that is called ‘Blindfolds’. The collection is full of infectious guitar lines and fundamental hooks that’ll drag… Read more »

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Six Inch review by Leeann Dare

Always refreshing to discover new musical talent so when listening to new dark metal band Six Inch I found their deep rifts and haunting sound rather addictive. Six Inch started… Read more »

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Kyng: ‘Burn the Syrum’ album review.

Having formed back in 2008 and introduced the world to their self-described brand of ‘California heavy’, nostalgic rockers Kyng have certainly had an eventful few years since then. Having independently… Read more »

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Delain – The Human Contradiction Review

Delain’s new album The Human Contradiction is put under the microscope…or in the ear? I don’t know, metaphors are hard.   Metal is a pretty unfair category, especially for bands… Read more »

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Itch – The Deep End Review

If you were suddenly thrown into The Deep End of the pool, what would you do? You’ve got two choices really. You could panic, desperately flail your way back to… Read more »

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Well Hung Heart – Go Forth and Multiply Review

Well Hung Heart – Go Forth and Multiply Review Let’s face it, thanks to the entertainment industry’s inexplicable need to over sexualise and enforce gender roles, a female fronted rock… Read more »

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The Ugly Facade – Sinking Anthems Review

  The Ugly Facade is a welcome relief from the polished, clean sounds that permeate the airwaves. Right from the start, D-Day uses static and interference to great effect, adding… Read more »

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One Last Secret – Double EP Review

While lurking in the background of a gig at King Tut’s to see The Detours, I was hit with a wall of sound from the opening act, One Last Secret…. Read more »

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Architects: Lost Forever//Lost Together review.

After a single listen one thing that is most apparent with Lost Forever/Lost Together is that the British metallers have in no way ‘lost’ anything in the years since 2009s… Read more »

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