Killing Kenny – Exactly Different – Album Review

Scottish singer-songwriter Killing Kenny returns with fantastic debut album, ‘Exactly Different’. Having gained radio play across the world and extensive coverage in national press such as The Daily Record, The… Read more »

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Steady Rollin – Must I Die Alone – Single Review

Emerging from the shadows into 2021 with a fresh sound, Steady Rollin return with the electrifying new single, ‘Must I Die Alone’. An iconic single that will go down in… Read more »

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InHibit – Blinded – EP Review

InHibit is an artist that refuses to follow any rules. Armed with a back catalog of music that will leave you wanting more, ‘Blinded’ is his debut EP – and… Read more »

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Pentral – What Lies Ahead of us – Album Review

Introducing Pentral – an ambitious hard-rock outfit that needs your full attention. About to embark on releasing their forthcoming album ‘What Lies Ahead of Us’, the distinctive trio are about… Read more »

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Morpheus Project – Mozaick – Album Review

“Mozaick” is an exceptional release best played at a high volume. Mustafa Khetty, aka the mastermind behind the collective Morpheus Project, is truly a remarkable player that knows what he’s… Read more »

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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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